Oral Histories of Queer Resistance
the joy of meeting your heroes
a Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) staff member cleans the windows on Hollywood Blvd.
Thinh Nguyen + Anaeis Ohanian, after Nguyen’s performance @LACE’s opening for Activating Pangea: Acts to Objects
Cindy Rehm performing The Silence at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions.
Amanda Coogan performing Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions
Dancing in the street: La Pista de Baile by Colectivo AM
LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) Executive Director Sarah Russin watches as Rae Anne Robinette feeds a bill into LACE’s new financial support artwork, “Thank You”
Oopsy! (and then sometimes in the energy of the opening a gallery visitor accidentally tracks footprints across the carefully laid out grid of ashes)
It must be an art opening, everyone’s dressed in black
Jimena Sarno’s sublime installation of lath walls, pendulum lights, and ambient sound is right on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And also a world away.