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SUMMERTIME: SUPERCOLLIDER + Students of Glendale Unified School District
March 23 - May 18, 2024

SUMMERTIME, curated by Marcela Vieira, considered the landscape as the consequence of human production, the result of the transformation from its natural state. The topography has long been divided, fragmented, and modified according to social, economic, and aesthetic motivations. The artists in the exhibition presented works with various materials and develop strange configurations, creating relationships between their works and the gallery space. SUMMERTIME forged a path that seeks to investigate the reality and possibilities of representation, using fiction as a way to imagine alternative landscapes.

The exhibition was a collaboration between SUPERCOLLIDER, Brand Library & Art Center, and Glendale Unified School District. High school students from Glendale Unified School District contributed artworks inspired by the curatorial concept of SUMMERTIME to show in conjunction with SUPERCOLLIDER’s exhibition.


If Memory Serves: Photography, Recollections and Vision
Honoring Aline Smithson
December 16, 2023 - February 24, 2024

Curated by Los Angeles Center of Photography Executive Director Rotem Rozental, Ph.D., If Memory Serves  explored the moments our devices betray us, our recollections fail us and our pictures refuse to bring back the people they once captured. The works on view emerged from the intersection of our haunting pasts, possible futures and our relationships with images, technologies and the systems that ask us to speak for our photographs. 


It's About Time
September 23 - November 22, 2023

It’s About Time was an art exhibition that attempted to make the complex subject of time more coherent through a multidisciplinary, tactile, and visceral study of materiality, process, and technique. The exhibition, co-curated by April Greiman and Stacie B. London, featured 17 Los Angeles artists including Jamison Carter, Carolyn Castaño, Joe Davidson, Tibbie Dunbar, April Greiman, Ravi GuneWardena, Dennis Keeley, Mary Little, Stacie B. London, Maria Moyer, Sandeep Mukherjee, Jennifer Remenchik, Michael Rotondi, Shizu Saldamando, Adam Silverman, Pamela Smith Hudson, and John Ziqiang Wu. Utilizing their authentic and unique relationships with cement, clay, fabric, flora, graphite, ink, wood, paint, paper, photography, resin, video, and wax, amongst others, the artists explored the metaphors of time’s arrow (sequential events or narrative) and time’s cycle (repetition or patterns and seasons).

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