The Baer Faxt reports that MOCA's artist board members John Baldessari, Ed Ruscha, Catherine Opie, and Barbara Kruger have been replaced.
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On Saturday evening, the Redcat Theatre at downtown's Disney Hall celebrated its 10th anniversary with a gala celebration, which also honored The Walt Disney Company and artist Catherine Opie.
As emcee for the REDCAT Gala on Saturday, Jack Black said he had always hoped his debut at the multidisciplinary theater would include a performance of his “special post, post-modern interpretive dance,” complete with a “big dynamicShow More Summary
Given the extraordinary range of Catherine Opie’s subject matter over the last 20 years — from Southern California freeways to Minnesota ice houses, the streets of Washington on Obama’s first inauguration to the interior of Elizabeth...Show More Summary
Get out to watch a play about life in a dusty West Texas town, enjoy a late-night talk show at the library or catch Catherine Opie's latest exhibition. [ more › ]
Catherine Opie's mind is perpetually in overdrive. Her eye is probing. And her art is a reflection of her charisma, her curiosity.
New works from renowned photographer Catherine Opie will go on view at Regen Projects in Los Angeles starting February 23. The images, new portraits and landscapes, draw on Opie’s background in documentary photography, the traditions of painting, the history of photography, and her identity as a lesbian. Opie’s new portraits evoke the sublime and [...]
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This week’s Modern Art Notes features Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator Britt Salvesen and artist Catherine Opie on the occasion of LACMA’s presentation of three Robert Mapplethorpe portfolios: The ‘X Portfolio,’ which features...Show More Summary
The Julius Shulman Institute will present Catherine Opie: In & Around L.A. at Woodbury University Hollywood Gallery, February 16 – March 24.
In the Los Angeles Times, Steve Appleford catches up Catherine Opie — and with the new direction in her work. The bit about the $150,000 portfolio Opie gave to MOCA and what happened next is nothing short of astonishing. Artinfo’s Ben Davis delivers on Wolfgang Laib’s installation at MoMA. This story by Raleigh, NC’s WRAL-TV will leave [...]
The artist has a new show starting at Regen Projects next month and has work up at the Long Beach Museum of Art. The room is arranged like a gallery, hung with photographs of various sizes and shapes, framed and unframed, surrounding the artist Catherine Opie, who looks pleased as she observes from a rocking chair.
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In January 2009, Catherine Opie traveled to Washington D.C. where spent three days photographing the inauguration of President Barak Obama. From this came the 100 picture photo series and companion book called both entitled Inauguration. These photos reveal the nation’s excitement surrounding the event. The book itself is lovely, cloth bound, with photo printed boards and [...]
LONG ISLAND CITY, NY.- Socrates Sculpture Park announced the presentation of Untitled (Stump Fire #4) by artist Catherine Opie. Opie?s image, 11? x 28?, on view at Socrates Sculpture Park through March 31, 2013 and is the newest installment of the Park?s ongoing Broadway Billboard series. Show More Summary
Catherine Opie describes her intentions behind the permanent installation "Somewhere in the Middle" (2011) at Hillcrest Hospital, a branch of Cleveland Clinic, in Mayfield Heights, Ohio.
Ed Ruscha has resigned as a MOCA trustee, as have John Baldessari, Barbara Kruger and Catherine Opie, leaving no artists on the museum's board. Ed Ruscha has followed three other high-profile Los Angeles artists in a rapid flight from the board of L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art.
Days after John Baldessari, Catherine Opie and Barbara Kruger resigned from the board of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, Ed Ruscha submitted his own resignation letter, in which he expressed similar concerns about the museum's direction under Jeffrey Deitch, the former New York gallery owner who took it over as director in 2010.
Artist Ed Ruscha has left the board of LA's Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), following the departures last week of John Baldessari, Barbara Kruger and Catherine Opie. The last artist on the board has left the building.