Josephine Pryde Visits

Studio Visits for Josephine Pryde:



Josephine Pryde - Monday Nov 2

Josephine Pryde was born in 1967 in Alnwick, United Kingdom. Her most recent exhibition was in 2008 at Galerie

Bleich-Rossi and Galerie Gabriele Senn, Vienna with Sarah Staton:How They Met: Part 1 – Mother and Her House

and How They Met: Part 2 – Sex.

Josephine Pryde has exhibited in North America with Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York and in Europe with Galerie

Neu, Berlin and Galerie Christian Nagel, Cologne. Since 2008, she has been Professor for Contemporary Photography

at the University of the Arts, Berlin.

Her first solo exhibition in LA opens saturday Oct 31st(tomorrow). Please attend if you can:


Images/interview/reviews: http://www.reenaspaulings.com/JP.htm

Images/text: http://www.secession.at/art/2004_pryde_e.html

Images/Bio: http://www.galerieneu.net/artists/show/id/9

Visits will be at:


7pm: Lecture

Sign up will be posted at noon on Oct 31st(tomorrow)


Marilyn Minters Sign Ups Closed - Thurs Oct 22

Studio Visits will be Thursday Oct. 22 :

2-2:45 - Jane Parshall

2:45-3:30 - Jeff Hastings

3:30-4:15 - Ryan

4:15-5:00 - Alexis

Please sign up in the comments section.


Marilyn Minters - Thursday Oct 22

Marilyn Minter’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, including a solo show at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 2005 and the 2006 Whitney Biennial. In September, the Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati and La Conservera in Murcia, Spain will present installations of her work, including large scale projections of her video Green Pink Caviar. Green Pink Caviar was featured in Madonna’s recent European tour and will grace digital billboards on Sunset Boulevard as part of a public art project that coincides with her first exhibition at Regen Projects in October.

Click on the link below to watch Marilyn Minter's favorite YouTube videos of Green Pink Caviar on Madonna's Sticky and Sweet tour:


Studio Visits will be Thursday Oct. 22 :





Sign ups will be post Wednesday Oct. 21 at 1:55 pm

Jens Hoffmann - Monday Oct 26 Sign Ups Closed

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Monday Oct 26

3:30 - Kelly

3:50 - Tejpal

4:10 - david zuttermeister

4:30 - Alexis

4:50 - Meleko

5:10 - Max

5:30 - Jane Jin Kaisen

5:50 - Katrina

Warner Talk at 7:30


Jens Hoffmann - Monday Oct 26

About Jens Hoffmann

Jens Hoffmann is a writer and curator of exhibitions. He has worked as a curator since 1997 and is currently the Director of the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. From 2003 to 2007 he was the Director of Exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. He is currently a curator for the CIAC FOundation in Mexico City and Curatorial Director of the 101 Collection in San Francisco. He has curated over 30 exhibitions internationally since the late 1990s. Most recently he was co-curator of the 2nd San Juan Triennial, Puerto Rico, 2009 and is currently co-curating, with Harrell Fletcher, the People's Biennial, to be held in 2010 at five US museums, organized by Independent Curators International in New York. In 2009 Hoffmann founded The Exhibitionist: A Journal for Exhibition Making. He was nominated by the Menil Collection in Houston for the Walter Hopps Award for Curatorial Achievement in 2008.

Hoffmann was trained as a theater director and studied Stage Directing, Dramaturgy and Cultural Sociology at the Ernst Busch School for Performing Arts in Berlin. He holds an MA in Theater from DasArts – School for Advanced Research in Theatre and Dance Studies in Amsterdam.

Sign up will be posted 11AM Monday October 19

Monday Oct 26









Talk at 7:30


Abraham Cruzvillegas - Monday Oct 5

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3:00 - Chadwick

3:30 - Tejpal

4:00 - Abbey

4:30 - Katie

5:00 - Kelly

5:30 - Timo

Talk at 7:30

Larry Johnson: Thusday, October 8

Studio Visits (no talk)

Sign up will open Friday, October 2 at 10:00 am.
Please sign up for times in the comments section then.

Check out the following links:
UCLA Hammer Museum
Patrick Painter from a 2007 show
Frieze from 1994
and the article in the recent (May?) Artforum

sign up times:
1:50--David Z


Nicholas Brown - Monday October 5th

Nicholas Brown is curator of Red Bull 381 Projects in Toronto. He is on the Board of C Magazine and is editor of Colour magazine. He completed his Master of Art - Art History - at York University (Toronto) having written on the re-enactment work, Battle of Orgreave (2001), of Jeremy Deller.

Here are links to his work:

Link 1
Redbull projects 381, link 1, link 2, and link3

Sign up will begin Friday, 10/2 at 10:15 am

45 minute meetings: on Monday October 5th
sign up for a time slot by posting a comment:

12:45- Dashiell
1:30- Ian
2:15- Katrina
3:00- Sara A.
3:45- Alexis
4:30- Abby
David Z.
and he is willing to hang around later if all these slots fill up

Abraham Cruzvillegas - Monday Oct 5

Studio Visits and Talk Monday Oct 5

The Mexican artist is best known for his sculptures that transform everyday objects, such as found scrap wood and weathered buoys, into elegant compositions. Updating Duchamp's readymade technique while reflecting the specific locale of where the materials were sourced, his work highlights specific socio-economic circumstances around production. The artist plays the role of a scavenger, finding value in the discarded. Abraham Cruzvillegas studied Philosophy and Fine Arts at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where he was a student of Gabriel Orozco.

See his work at:

Abraham Curzvillegas's solo exhibition, Autoconstrucción: The Film, is currently on exhibition at RedCat Gallery in the Roy and Edna Disney Theater, Downtown Los Angeles.

Upcoming Events at RedCat include:
Sunday, October 4 | 7pm
Live Improvisational Score by David J & Marcelo Radulovich
with theatrical screening of Autoconstrucción: The Film

Sign up will open Friday, October 2 at 11:00 am.
Please sign up for times in the comments section then.







talk at 7:30