Photocartographies: Tattered Fragments of the Map
Until July 3, 2009

Photocartographies: Tattered Fragments of the Map, is a curatorial project that includes an art exhibition, a series of public programs and a book of related essays. g727, a non-profit art gallery in downtown Los Angeles, will host the exhibition and associated events.

An international roster of artists selected by independent curators Adam Katz (Los Angeles) and Brian Rosa (Mexico City) participate in this exhibition. Mapping and photography are conceptual installation and sculptural pieces in addition to two-dimensional photographic work and digital renderings. Participating artists include Anthony Auerbach, Katherine Bash, Noah Bell, Cris Benton, Frank Gohlke, Gregory Michael Hernandez, David Horvitz, David Maisel, Adam Ryder, Oraib Toukan, Angie Waller and Nikolas Schiller.

Throughout the duration of the exhibition, g727 will host a series of public programs that further engage issues of orientation, land use, the city, maps and technology. Each event includes a small reception and all are open to the public.

g727 seeks to generate dialogues on artistic representations and interpretations of the urban landscape. Through photography, painting, writing and video installations, g727 welcomes artists and curators to address the complex nature of cities and the urban condition through temporary exhibitions and residency projects.

  • G727 is located at 727 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014
  • Telephone: (213) 627-9563
  • Website: http://gallery727losangeles.com
  • Gallery hours are Friday-Saturday, 1-6 p.m.

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