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Events / Black History Month

ADLER GUERRIER: CONDITIONS AND FORMS FOR BLCK LONGEVITY

February 7 - August 26, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
California African American Museum: Los Angeles

Event Overview

(THROUGH AUG. 26) Adler Guerrier is best known for his work exploring the poetics and politics of place. He examines the public space of the street as a site for civil discourse, disobedience, and the more private realm of the home and yard as places for meditative observation and reverie - addressing both as political spheres. His new project continues his investigation of history’s relationship to landscape, picturing what the artist has described as the limited utopias enacted within domestic gardens, outdoor spaces, and private yards.

*The African American Heritage Month 2018 Calendar and Cultural Guide is presented by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.

Event Overview

(THROUGH AUG. 26) Adler Guerrier is best known for his work exploring the poetics and politics of place. He examines the public space of the street as a site for civil discourse, disobedience, and the more private realm of the home and yard as places for meditative observation and reverie - addressing both as political spheres. His new project continues his investigation of history’s relationship to landscape, picturing what the artist has described as the limited utopias enacted within domestic gardens, outdoor spaces, and private yards.

*The African American Heritage Month 2018 Calendar and Cultural Guide is presented by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.