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Suspended Dysbeliefs

  • moonhuts 5320 Valley Boulevard Los Angeles, CA, 90032 United States (map)

Suspended Dysbeliefs is a short-term exhibition of hanging artworks in a Quonset hut in Los Angeles, partially inspired by the Guggenheim Museum New York's brilliant hanging installation of the entire oeuvre by the Spanish artist Maurizio Cattelan, as well as Alexander Calder's captivating mobiles.

With dimensional works suspended from the supporting structure at various heights within the semicircular structure of one of the Moonhuts, the vision is to create a dense “atmosphere” of hanging works, a floating cabinet of curiosities, with a winding path the length of the hut from which to view them.

Show dates: April 14-16, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday April 14, 6-9PM
Gallery hours:
Sunday April 15: 11AM - 5PM
Monday April 16: noon - 5PM

Amabelle Aguiluz (LA)
Nanci Amaka (Honolulu)
Dori Atlantis (LA)
Andrew Binkley (Honolulu)
Heimir Björgúlfsson (LA)
Maria Bjorkdahl (LA)
Chelsea Boxwell (LA)
Kio Griffith (LA)
Sarah Julig (LA)
Bennett Lieberman (New York)
Ted Meyer (LA)
Devin Oishi (Honolulu)
Bill Pacak (LA)
Sabine Reckewell (Napa)
Sunny Samuel (LA)
Sonja Schenk (LA)
Michelle Schwengel-Regala (Honolulu)
Anna Stump (San Diego)
Stephen Whisler (Napa)

Curated by KJ Baysa
An alumnus of the Whitney ISP and a member of AICA, Kóan
Jeff Baysa is a medical doctor, as well as an active contemporary art curator and critic.

The Moon Huts are made up of 3 WWII quonset huts.
Location: near Downtown Los Angeles, at the end of the 710 Freeway and Cal State LA.

Earlier Event: December 9
Artist Talk at Branch Gallery
Later Event: May 11
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