• X-TRA Spring Launch: The Conversation

    Saturday May 9th, 2015 3 p.m. The Box
    805 Traction Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90013

    Come celebrate the newest issue of X-TRA, Spring, and Women!
    Co-presented with the Women’s Center for Creative Work

    Teasing out and expanding on ideas from her essay The Conversation: The Young Female Artist as HistorianCatherine Wagley will moderate a conversational panel with Sarah Lehrer-GraiwerYael Lipschutz, and Corazon del Sol.

    Saturday May 9th, 2015
    at 3 pm

    Hosted by
    The Box Gallery
    805 Traction Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90013

    Read Wagley’s feature>>

    Snacks, refreshments and special offers on subscriptions to X-TRA.

    Catherine Wagley writes about art and visual culture in Los Angeles. She currently works as an art critic for L.A. Weekly and contributes to a number of other publications, most recently CARLA, Photograph Magazine, East of Borneo and L.A. Review of Books. Over the past two years, she has also taught courses on experimental 20th and 21st century art and music at University of LaVerne in collaboration with concert pianist Dr. Grace Zhao.

    Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer is a writer and curator in Los Angeles. She is the author recently of Lee Lozano: Dropout Piece (2014), published by Afterall Books as part of their One Work series. Her writing appears in various journals, most frequently Artforum, as well as monographic catalogues. She is editor of the publication series Pep Talk and co-runs a non-commercial art space in Los Feliz, The Finley Gallery, begun in 2011. Lehrer-Graiwer teaches at the University of Southern California. This summer, Lehrer-Graiwer is curating a group show at Midway Contemporary Art in Minneapolis.

    Yael Lipschutz is a Los Angeles and Joshua Tree-based independent curator. Her exhibitions include Cameron: Songs for the Witch Woman at MOCA, Los Angeles (October 11, 2014- January 11, 2015) and Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada, co-organized with Franklin Sirmans at LACMA (June 2015-September 2015). She holds a PhD in Art History from USC, teaches Modern and Contemporary Art at Loyola Marymount University, and writes for Flash Art, Art in America and KCET Artbound.

    Corazon del Sol is a Los Angeles based artist.

     

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