PROFESSIONAL ARTS ON THE CAMPUS OF
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES

ABOUT THE GALLERY

The Luckman Gallery is 3,600 square foot space located at the top of the Street of the Arts at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex. Since its inaugural exhibition in 1994, it has emerged as one of the most respected galleries in Los Angeles.

GALLERY HOURS

MON-THURS+SATURDAY: 12-5

FRI+SUN: CLOSED

Saturday
Jan262013

ANDY WARHOL: POLAROIDS 1974 - 1987

In the 1970s and 80s, iconic pop artist Andy Warhol made thousands of pictures with his Polaroid camera. The subjects range from celebrities to unknown individuals to objects that fascinated him, and many of these photos served as inspiration for his later paintings and silkscreens. This exhibition, made possible by a donation to the Luckman Fine Arts Complex Permanent Collection from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, presents a selection of these Polaroids to the public for the first time.

SPECIAL EXTENDED HOURS AND RECEPTION: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 6-8PM. 

EXHIBITION DATES: JAN 26 - MAR 23
ADMISSION: FREE
GALLERY HOURS: M-TH+SAT: 12PM-5PM FRI+SUN: CLOSED

PARKING: Located across from the Luckman Complex, on the campus of Cal State L.A., at a rate of $1 per hour. 

Saturday
Sep222012

JENNIFER BOLANDE: LANDMARKS

 

Landmarks is the first critical survey exhibition of Jennifer Bolande, spanning three decades of her work in a wide array of media.

Bolande emerged as an artist in the late seventies working first in dance, choreography and drawing. Then, in the early eighties, advancing the ideas and strategies of the Pictures Generation, she began working with found images, rephotography, appropriation and film, moving on to construct images, photo-objects, sculpture and installation. She has taken an intuitive approach to creating conceptual works of art in the construction of a coherent visual language. 

This exhibition, curated by Nicholas Frank, originated at the Institute of Visual Arts (Inova) in Milwaukee, and traveled to the Institute of Contemporary Arts in Philadelphia. 

EXHIBITION DATES: SEP 22 - DEC 15

Thursday
Jun142012

INFINITE ENCORES

 

EXHIBITION DATES:  June 14 – June 30, 2012

Infinite Encores is a collaborative exhibition bringing together visiting artists and CSULA students.
This year’s exhibition is curated by artists Karin Mayr and Martin Sturm. Karin Mayr and Martin Sturm currently live and work in Vienna. Both studied and earned their degrees at the University of Arts and Industrial Design in Linz. They co-initiated the art project Project Love: Collaborative Art Organization, and have exhibited and curated numerous exhibitions of emerging and established artists as well as of their own work.

 

Participating artists: Milca Adamczyk, Eseraele Alemu, Sarah Barnard, Shawna Burger, Deborah Cansler Waters, Alexzandra Granath, Jessica Gutierrez, Alex Lemke, Karin Mayr, Arturo Mejia, Nicole Samson,
Martin Sturm, Konomi Takezaki, Solomon Terringer, Susan Varghese, and Yiheng Yu

 

OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, June 14, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
PERFORMING LIVE: The Sibleys at 7:30 p.m.


 

Saturday
Apr142012

EDGARDO ARAGÓN: LA TRAMPA | THE TRAP


This exhibition features a trilogy of video works by Mexican artist Edgardo Aragón that explores the growing violence and narcotraffiicking in Mexico’s rural regions. From semi-habited locales to abandoned local roads, Aragón poignantly portrays the complicated conditions of the country without sensationalizing its charged context. This is the first solo exhibition for Aragón in Los Angeles; it features the works Efectos de Familia (2008-2010), Matamoros (2010), and La Trampa (2011).

This exhibition is organized by Cesar Garcia, Senior Curator of LAXART, and curated by Ruth Estevez.

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 14, 4-6 p.m.

Saturday
Jan282012

GALERÍA PERDIDA: La Carne De Burro No Es Transparente

 


Galería Perdida: La Carne de Burro no es Transparente utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach in the artistic process. Their cooperative employs a variety of media including films, photography, and sculpture. In addition, they organize curatorial projects that focus on the slippages that happen across cultural and historical platforms. Based out of Brooklyn, NY, the artists will be coming to Los Angeles to create a new project for the Luckman Gallery.

California State University, Los Angeles | info@luckmanarts.org | Phone: 323-343-6600