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2000-12-10 until 2001-04-01
Museum of Contemporary Art, LA
Los Angeles, CA,
This selected survey of the work of
Vancouver-based Stan Douglas will include three
recent films/video projections and approximately
40 color photographs. Douglas combines cinematic
techniques with new technologies to produce
images that examine history through different
viewpoints and pose questions not addressed by
more traditional methods.
Using the languages of
photography, television, and film, Douglas
addresses complex issues of colonization, urban
development, and mass media. His work has been
exhibited internationally, including the 1997
Johannesburg Biennale, Documenta X, and
Skulpture Projects Munster. Organized by the
Vancouver Art Gallery, the exhibition is coordinated
by MOCA curator Ann Goldstein.
Stan Douglas was organized and circulated by the
Vancouver Art Gallery with support from The
Canada Council for the Arts and the Department of
Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Canada.
The Los Angeles presentation is made possible in
part by the New Media Project.
Painterly Photographs: The Raymond E. Kassar Collection
Call to Artists: Mish, Mosh and More
LIGHT x EIGHT: THE HANUKKAH PROJECT 2000
Hannah Barrett and Henry Samelson
Will Barnet: A Timeless World
Picturing the Past: Piranesi to Pearlstein
Carsten Hoeller: Synchro System
PETER FISCHLI, DAVID WEISS: Visible World, Suddenly this Overview, Big Questions – Small Questions
der körpererfüllte Raum fort und fort : the body-filled space goes on and on
THE SONGS OF MAYBELLE STAMPER
John Singer Sargent
Henry Moore and Postwar British Sculpture
Fabric of Enchantment: Indonesian Batik from the North Coast of Java
Maurice, Prince of Orange
Close-Ups: Prints and Drawings by PUDLO PUDLAT
Indivisible: Stories of American Community
William Merritt Chase: Modern American Landscapes, 1886–1890
Anarrations: Anneke A. de Boer, Fow Pyng Hu, Gabriel Lester, Pia Wergius
OUT OF AFRICA: Sub-Saharan Traditional Arts
Still Life Paintings from the Collection
Night: Chris Faust and Mike Lynch
THE BEAUTY OF JAPAN PHOTOGRAPHED
Call to Artists: Invitation to take part in the EMAF 2001 with artworks and projects
Sound Installation by Emilia Telese & Tim Mark Didymus
Surprise - A Christmas Exhibition
Women In Photography International Creates Millennium Archive
Richard Nagler Photography Competition for 2000
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