Remote Castration is a group exhibition that reflects on the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements and how they resonate with trajectories of feminist thought in contemporary art. The exhibition’s title is derived from a piece of graffiti—spotted in L.A. in fall of 2017—that serves as both provocation and barometer for a collective consciousness operating around gender and power today. After viewing the exhibition, AAF will meet at Salt’s Cure located at 1155 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA.
Art + Practice encourages education and culture by providing support services to foster youth predominantly living in South Los Angeles. We will have an in-depth tour of their exhibition, Slavery: The Prison Industrial Complex, featuring the work of Chandra McCormick and Keith Calhoun, and will meet for a luncheon after the exhibition tour.
/five is a contemporary art initiative centered on five year-long collaborations between The Huntington and a variety of arts and cultural organizations. AAF will have an exclusive tour from curator Jenny Watts as well as a dinner afterwards at the Athanaeum. Appropriate dress is required.
Made in L.A. 2018 is the 4th iteration of the Hammer’s biennial exhibition, highlighting the practices of artists working throughout Los Angeles. Curators Anne Ellegood and Erin Christovale will be giving our group a tour of the exhibition with a happy hour at the Tavern in Brentwood located at 11648 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049.
Eddie Aparicio’s exhibition traces the psychological and physical impact of El Salvador’s civil war as they manifest in generations of his family’s creative practices: his grandmother’s traditional Salvadoran craft, his father’s self taught paintings/sculptures and his own.
LAND, one of our 2017 grantees, commissioned Jose Dávila to create a multi-site public sculpture exhibition that migrated through Los Angeles for 9 months. Our funding promotes this project and future socially conscious works throughout the year. Join us to view its reunification
Join Angeles Art Fund at the Underground Museum for a special presentation of their exhibition, Artists of Color. This is the third show curated by the co-founder Noah Davis and presents color-riven work in the form of monochrome, hard-edge and color field painting, sculpture and immersive installations.