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Join us for the opening reception
of our winter exhibitions on Jan. 26

Past Exhibitions

2014
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In this exhibition, John Burtle broadens the physical and perceptual boundaries of landscape painting, a genre with imagery that goes on forever in all directions, by creating a walk-in environment bound by the framework of the room in which it resides.

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Torbjorn Vejvi’s installation at LAMOA draws from personal memories of uncanny moments in time. His ceramic sculptures are derived from the artist’s childhood memories, both curious and surreal.

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Attunement is a group exhibition that pays tribute to artists who function on multiple frequencies. The twenty-two exhibiting artists communicate on multiple channels, and their work can be defined as exceptionally rich, layered, complex, and in some ways “off the charts.”

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An outdoor exhibition that features three photographic works by German artist Karin Apollonia Müller.

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Big City Forum occupies the Armory as part of City of Hope, City of Resistance: Research and Actions at the Urban Level.

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Claret-Cup: IDLA, tales of deliberate localism, an interactive exhibition by Claret-Cup, a collaboration of architects Bojana Banyasz and Donatella Cusma.

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Glass Pavilion Piece by Olivia Booth explores reflexivity and dimensionality through the use of glass

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Nery Gabriel Lemus presents Until the Day Breaks and Shadows Flee #3 at La Casita

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This exhibition engages with the expectations of the gaze and focuses on the way that the artists simultaneously meet, and defy those expectations.

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Big City Forum occupies the Armory as part of City of Hope, City of Resistance: Research and Actions at the Urban Level. Works by Martine Syms and Cat Roif launch first of three residency exhibitions

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Willowbrook Is... by artist Rosten Woo with photographs by Alyse Emdur

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Armory continues Expanding on an expansive subject. Part 2 features work by Analia Saban

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The Fifth Wall is inspired by multiple sources: the unique architecture of the Armory’s Raymond Avenue building; German modernist theater practitioner Bertolt Brecht’s notion of dialectical theater; and artwork that challenges the authority of a fixed point of view and suggests a deeper form of reciprocal engagement.

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MIA in Residence at [email protected]

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Armory launches Expanding on an expansive subject, a nine-part exhibition, with work by Margie Livingston

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