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Past Exhibitions

2012
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A new temporary outdoor gallery visible to commuters and pedestrians moving north and south along North Fair Oaks

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Eve Fowler @ The Artist Studio at One Colorado

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The Artist Studio at One Colorado
 presents Gregory Michael Hernandez, Artist-in-Residence

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Outpost@Armory is pleased present The Full Dollar Collection of Contemporary Art, an ongoing, neighborhood-based public art project conceived and launched by X. Andrade, an artist and anthropologist based in Ecuador.

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Facing the Sublime in Water, CA offers metaphors – both explicit and implicit – for the timeless idea that constraints and desperation can provide constructive applications and outcomes – unexpected or not – in a variety of social, political, and personal contexts.

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Small Skyscraper is a sculpture as well as a prototype for a hypothetical dwelling. Described by Burden as “a modern-day log cabin,” Small Skyscraper represents a quasi-legal structure that exploits a loophole Burden discovered in the Los Angeles County building codes.

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This full-career retrospective exhibition considers the four strains of Askevold’s exploratory journey and includes key pieces from each stage of his career.

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With a tongue-in-cheek flair, Bankhead addresses American capitalism/imperialism by removing the very figure that symbolizes domination (Napoleon) and leaves a riderless horse – what many Americans deem an emblem of freedom.

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See Jackson's installation created from the detritus of the January 22 Rose Bowl plane crash. Exhibited alongside The War Room (2006-07) — an ode to the second Iraq War and the George W. Bush regime— these two pieces reflect upon the Armory's historical transformation from active military facility to contemporary arts center.

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Foye has chosen to explore the arena of opera, dance, and art; seeking to create a conversation between the genres. As soprano opera singer Sonia Kazarova robustly resounds Strauss' modern opera Salome, two flanking dancers, Mecca Andrews and Lora Ivanova, will physically interpret the duality of spatial dramatics on a canvas of charcoal.

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Working in photography, video, and performance, Nicholas Grider is broadly concerned with ideas of masculinity in contemporary culture, from the US military to death metal to Houdini and escape magic to portraits of businessmen.

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Video installation documents a musical score performed according to an individuals interactions with a set of everyday objects

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Armory presents Fantastic Scenarios — a group exhibition of work by undergraduates from the Department of Entertainment Design at Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA

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