Lawndale Art Center
Continuum collective presents Counterclockwise, a carnivalesque performance art adventure, exalting the Human Hamster Wheel as an icon of monotonous amusement, with belly dancers, hermaphrodites, a […]
Lawndale’s popular Día de los Muertos exhibition invites artists and the public to create contemporary interpretations of retablos on 8″ x 10″ pieces of sheet […]
Hick’s embroidered book, String Theory, is part pseudo-scientific humor, part genuine awe. New prints resolve the abstract patterns on the covers of cheap composition books […]
A site-specific painting installation covers the walls of the Grace R. Cavnar Gallery with a continuous series of figures.
Drawings that feature the accumulations, creatures, and hybrids of flora and fauna.
Piscitelli will create a wooden sculptural installation (Sculpture Play) in a perpetual state of construction and destruction using elements such as adhesive tape, clay, steam, […]
Lawndale’s annual open-call juried showcase.
Seth Mittag, David Politzer and Anne J. Regan present work produced during their residency at Lawndale
An installation populated with 2D and 3D representations of economic data. It will show how vulnerable graphics are to unwelcome interpretation based on misguided geometry, […]
Twitter hashtags allow artists to populate the exhibition space with work via Twitter.
Mutchler explores issues of hand(craft), labor and the repetition of memes in the virtual world. Hand-manufactured objects focus on ways in which a controlled community, […]
Vintage modern objects and cutting-edge contemporary design will be available for purchase all weekend from 10am-5pm.
Evan Lobel, founder of Lobel Modern, of New York, discusses the ground breaking designs of Karl Springer, Philip and Kelvin Laverne and Ward Bennett in […]
Digital Pariah is a feature-length documentary by 2011-2012 Lawndale Artist Studio Program participant David Politzer about Terrance Cummings, a 34 year-old African American man living […]
Drawing on a long single, endless sheet of paper for over six years.
Peacock recreates Diane Arbus’ influential images using herself and her own family as the subject matter.
A sampling of 21st century photographic self-portraiture featuring new work from 17 emerging artists and curated by Hosuton Chicano photographer Chuy Benitez.
A collabporative installation by Jim Nolan & Linda Post inspired by the everyday operations of Lawndale art space form a framework for choreographed scenarios and […]
TJ Hunt attempts to place her work in dialogue with canonical artworks of the past in order to examine her own position in an art […]
New work by Texas-based artist Carlos Rosales-Silva reflects the absorption and appropriation of minority culture by mainstream American society.
An array of Walker’s sexualized fuzzy fabric characters, plagued by physical breakdown, or, in other words, “a personal struggle with spectatorship, binaries within gender, abstraction, […]
Kinda-sorta figurative art with a decidedly unsettled edge. Described by curator Sebastian Forray as a “flaying” of representation, a “dissection” of abstraction, new works by […]
A community editing party with Boston Davis Bostian, Jay Mays, and Robin Mack, creators of the GENDER book, “a fun, colorful, community-based resource that illustrates […]
Investigations in the manipulation of time by Debra Barrera and Norberto Gomez, Jr. Interactive exhibits and projected film will give the viewer a sense of […]
Items made for specific individuals as gifts.
Granwell delves into the city’s grit and substance by incorporating handmade paper, found objects, and raw materials to create sculptures that evoke primitive architecture. Scanga‘s […]
A 2×4’office ceiling grid containing 12 fluorescent troffer lights that illuminate the empty space behind Lawndale Art Center by Buffalo NY, architect/writer Curt Gambetta, a […]
Landale’s big, annual open call, non-juried fundraiser, celebrating the Mexican tradition of Día de los Muertos by making and buying contemporary interpretations of retablos on […]
In the Project Space, Mark Ponder explores an unsatisfactory use of celebration to cope with death in contemporary funeral rituals. A Time to Celebrate strives […]
Hernandez stages re-creations of Mexican and Mexican-American culture based on his memories, word of mouth, and Spanish television.
In the Mezzanine Gallery, recent UH MFA graduates Jeremy DePrez and Francis Giampietro collaboratively negotiate the interplay between their anticipated and actual experiences during a […]
With a curator, a consulting curator, two project advisors and seventeen artists, Lawndale is the first stop of what is to be a three-city junket […]