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
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.

Saturday
Nov122011

JOHN SOUZA: FAR FROM HOME


Los Angeles-based artist, educator, and curator John Souza has produced a significant body of artwork over his 30-year career. This exhibition draws attention to this important artist who incorporates personal history, cult fantasy, dystopian ideas, and digital surrealism in works that span many different artistic mediums. This comprehensive show situates rarely-seen past projects alongside new work.

Saturday
Sep172011

PRIMER II

Peter Holzhauer, Mulholland Bridge, Black-and-white photograph, 2011

One painter. One sculptor. One photographer.  One filmmaker. One designer...

Primer ll focuses on artists who are part of Los Angeles' vibrant art community, and provides a space for their work to reach a wider audience. This recurring exhibition introduces one artist per discipline, and one work or series per artist.

Participating artists: Yanira Cartagena, Nathan Danilowicz, Peter Holzhauer, Norm Laich, Hazel Mandujano, & Eric Torborg.

Opening reception: Saturday, September 17, 6PM-8PM


Photo credit: Brian Forrest

Saturday
Apr022011

SUPPORT > SYSTEM

 


Support > System  features the work of contemporary artists Ringo Bunoan (Philippines), Koki Tanaka (Japan), and Zhou Tao (China). These artists imbue humble objects, public spaces, and exhibition sites with unexpected and lyrical meaning.  In their various sculptures, videos, and installations, they repurpose materials and negotiate organizational structures to challenge our perception and understanding of the everyday.

OPENING RECEPTION: APRIL 9, 2011 | 6PM

Saturday
Jan222011

BANQUET OF THE BLACK JACKAL

 

What happens when mankind ends? How will history, cultural objects, and relationships between the elements be remembered or reinterpreted? The artists in this exhibition tackle the notion of history--be it personal, cultural or philosophic--in their multimedia installations. The questions at play in this exhibition are informed by the writings of Hegelian philosopher Alexandre Kojève and contemporary science fiction.

Participating artists: Liz Craft, Eduardo Consuegra, Matthew Greene, Shio Kusaka, Adam D. Miller, Ruby Neri, Devon Oder, and Amanda Ross-Ho.

Opening reception Saturday, January 22, 2011, 6-8pm

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