“The Beatitudes of Malibu”

15th May 2021, 12:00 am

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Date(s) - 15th May 2021 - 2nd Jul 2021
12:00 am

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David Kordansky Gallery

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RAUL GUERRERO Chinle, 2021, Oil on linen

The Beatitudes of Malibu includes works by more than 40 artists and poets that respond to, depict, question, or are inspired by landscapes of all kinds. The exhibition borrows its title from a poem of the same name by Rowan Ricardo Phillips; in the poem’s eight parts, the poet engages in a series of encounters with natural, social, and aesthetic landscapes associated with Los Angeles, but also with the full spectrum of myths, narratives, and allusions these landscapes elicit. The Beatitudes of Malibu employs a similarly broad range of approaches to the landscape genre by bringing together artists whose paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, and poems are born of divergent—and often conflicting—legacies.

Etel Adnan • Milton Avery • Huma Bhabha • Nell Blaine • Lucy Bull • Charles Burchfield • Lois Dodd • Rackstraw Downes • Louis Eilshemius • Tom of Finland • Jane Freilicher • Charles Gaines • Sayre Gomez • Raul Guerrero • Jennifer Guidi • Lauren Halsey • David Hockney • Sky Hopinka • Shara Hughes • Miyoko Ito • Gabriela Jauregui • Scott Kahn • Bob Kaufman • Karen Kilimnik • Ann Lauterbach • Jake Longstreth • Helen Lundeberg • Agnes Martin • Richard Mayhew • JP Munro • Catherine Murphy • Angel Otero • Hilary Pecis • Rowan Ricardo Phillips • Torbjørn Rødland • Millard Sheets • Cedar Sigo • Alma Thomas • Mary Weatherford • Michael Williams • Jane Wilson • Jonas Wood • Takako Yamaguchi


Group exhibition at David Kordansky Gallery

  The Beatitudes of Malibu includes works by more than 40 artists and poets that respond to, depict, question, or are inspired by landscapes of all kinds. The exhibition borrows its title from a poem of the same name by Rowan Ricardo Phillips; in the poem’s eight parts, the poet engages in a series of encounters with… View Article

Published: 15th May 2021

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