It must be an art opening, everyone’s dressed in black, 7:25pm

Opening at LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) showing work in the gallery and a group of visitors all dressed in black

It must be an art opening, everyone’s dressed in black

Names Printed in Black
Curated by Emily Butts
LACE Emerging Curators Program
Opening Reception: Wednesday January 3, 2018 7-10PM
Exhibition Dates: January 4 – February 11, 2018

Names Printed in Black explores the impact that memory has on the physical and psychological body, using loss and trauma as a framework to understand individual and collective rememberings. The artists featured in this exhibition explore human rights violations, the language that is meant to protect us against them, representations of violence in the media, and how our body reacts. Among the artists whose work is included in the exhibition are Carmen Argote, Adriana Corral, Carlos Motta, Lisa C Soto, and Samira Yamin.

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