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FWM: Solo exhibitions of three L.A. area artists

Fabric Workshop and Museum

1214 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19107
  • Friday March 2nd 2012 at 12:00am to Sunday September 2nd 2012 at 12:00am

FWM: Solo exhibitions of three L.A. area artists Presented by Fabric Workshop and Museum at Fabric Workshop and Museum March 2- September 2, 2012

The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) presents the solo exhibitions of three Los Angeles area artists: Mark Bradford, Jennifer Steinkamp, and Pae White, and Philadelphia photographer Carlos Avendaño. These exhibitions feature Mark Bradford’s large-scale, new wall installation, “Geppetto” that is collaged from newsprint; Jennifer Steinkamp’s vividly-colored, animated video-projections “The Death of the Moth,” which twist and vibrate as though propelled by some unseen force; and Pae White’s site-specific sculptural string-project “Summer XX” that encourages viewers to take a closer look at familiar materials and spaces; and a video collaboration between Mark Bradford and Carlos Avendaño: “2 Videos.”

Until June 17: “Soft Village: Studio Makkink & Bey,” the Dutch design collaborative led by architect Rianne Makkink and designer Jurgen Bey—one of the first Droog Design collaborators.

Mark Bradford, 2007. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño.
Jennifer Steinkamp, “Moth 5” (still), 2012, digital projection, dimensions variable, courtesy of ACME, Los Angeles and Lehmann Maupin, New York.
Pae White, digital rendering of “Summer XX” exhibition at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, 2012. Courtesy of the artist.

“2 Videos”
Left: Mark Bradford, “Niagara” (still, detail), 2005, courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York.
Right: Carlos Avendaño, “Brenda” (still detail), 2012.

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