Shana Lutker signup

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Martin Kersels signup 5/14

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 2:00-2:30 mtg 1
2:30-3:00 mtg 2
3:00-3:30 mtg 3
3:45-4:15 mtg 4
4:15-4:45 mtg 5
4:45-5:15 mtg 6


Shana Lutker 5/21 7pm studio visits and artist talk @ 8535 Warner Drive, Culver City

Shana Lutker 5/21 7pm  studio visits and artist talk @ 8535 Warner Drive, Culver City

Shana Lutker lives and works in Los Angeles. She received her BA from Brown University and MFA from UCLA in the area of Interdisciplinary Studio. Solo exhibitions include Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Barbara Seiler Galerie in Zurich, the Suburban in Oak Park IL, the CCA Wattis Institute in San Francisco, Artists Space in New York; performances at SOMA, Mexico City, Performa 09, New York; and group exhibitions at Orange County Museum of Art, Mass MOCA and Lisa Cooley, D’Amelio Terras and Harris Lieberman galleries in New York, among others. She was included in the 2006 and 2008 California Biennials. Her work has been written about in publications such as Frieze, Artforum, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, ArtUS, and Art Papers. She is Managing Editor of X-TRA, an LA-based contemporary art quarterly.

Martin Kersels Lecture 7pm 5/14 @ 8535 Warner Drive, Culver City

Martin Kersels is a Los Angeles-based artist who works with sculpture, audio, and performance. He has shown work in one-person exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Torino, and Bern. In September 2008 Martin Kersels' mid-career survey exhibition, Heavyweight Champion, was shown in the Santa Monica Museum of Art and at The Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs, New York. Kersels' work has been shown in numerous group shows such as Departures: 11 Artists at the Getty, Under Destruction at the Tinguely Museum, Dionysiac at the Pompidou Center, and at the 1997 and 2010 Whitney Biennials. His work is held in various public collections including MOMA, The J. Paul Getty Museum, LACMA, MOCA Los Angeles, The Pompidou Center, and the Norton Family Foundation. He is a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship for 2008. He is a graduate of UCLA from 1995 and currently teaches in the Art Program at CalArts.