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Category Archives: Martin Gantman
Status: COMPLETED Cover artist and binder: Martin Gantman This edition is comprised of a single reliquary which houses all articles that mention HIV or AIDS along with the charred remains of the rest of the 2001 edition. Exhibition history: 2016—Original … Continue reading
ICI Associate Martin Gantman, is featured in S/Election: DEMOCRACY, CITIZENSHIP, FREEDOM a new exhibition at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, opening October 20th.
With Everything but the Monkey Head: Theorizing Art’s Untheorizable Practices Iteration I: Martin Gantman (April 12 – May 8) Finissage: Saturday, May 7, 2016, 7 – 9 pm The Institute of Cultural Inquiry (ICI) is pleased to announce the launch of … Continue reading
ICI Associate, Martin Gantman, is featured in a new outdoor group sculpture exhibition titled: Olly Olly Oxen Free II September 13 – October 11, 2015 at Offramp Gallery in West Hollywood, CA. Curated by Kristi Engle
ICI Associate, Martin Gantman, is featured in the Spring 2015 issue of Art Habens Magazine. You can read the article online here.
MARTIN GANTMAN WORLDVIEW April 1 – 30, 2015 Opening Reception: Saturday, April 11, 1 – 4 PM another year in LA 4695 Marwood Drive Los Angeles, California 90065
Martin Gantman Inconsequential Intersections Exhibition: January 8 – February 28, 2015 Reception: Saturday, January 10, 2015, 6 – 9pm Los Angeles Center for Digital Art 104 East Fourth Street Los Angeles, California 90013
ICI Associate, Martin Gantman is being featured in a new exhibition entitled Los Angeles Contraventions at Galerie Merkel (Baslerstrasse 2, 79639 Grenzach-Wyhlen, Germany). “Contravention to perceived realities is a tried and true Los Angeles staple. It is a city that … Continue reading
Geuen Hors On display in the Library and Terri Valli Trotter Study Room September 30 2013 – January 31 2014 “Trojan Horse” “Gift-Horse” “Horseplay” “If wishes were horses…” “Straight from the horse’s mouth” Though they no longer function as an … Continue reading