USC Roski School of Art and Design and the MA Curatorial Practices and the Public Sphere program present
Staging Los Angeles: Reality, Fantasy, and the Space Between
 
a group exhibition that centers around the representation of Los Angeles in popular media and the influence of the film industry on the city, its inhabitants, and artistic practices.

Exhibition

November 7- 22, 2015
Thursdays to Sundays, 10am – 4pm
 

Opening reception: November 6, 2015, 6-9pm
Gayle and Ed Roski MFA Gallery
Graduate Fine Arts Building
University of Southern California
3001 S Flower St.
Los Angeles, CA 90007

free and open to the public

Zoe Crosher, Untitled L.A. River no.1 from LA-LIKE: Day For Night (Sunlight as Spotlight), 2015, digital c-print, © ZC International 2015, collection of Marla and Jeffrey Michaels

Zoe Crosher, Untitled L.A. River no.1 from LA-LIKE: Day For Night (Sunlight as Spotlight), 2015, digital c-print, © ZC International 2015, collection of Marla and Jeffrey Michaels

Jennifer West, Hollywood Sign Film - for Peg Entwistle (35MM interpositive dripped with holly berry juice, painted with pepper spray & silver dust using a great horned owl feather - illegally climbing on the Hollywood Sign performances by Shamim Momin, Mariah Csepanyi and Jwest, lit by headlamps, flashlights and police search lights), 2009, video still, courtesy of the artist and Marc Foxx, Los Angeles

Jennifer West, Hollywood Sign Film - for Peg Entwistle (35MM interpositive dripped with holly berry juice, painted with pepper spray & silver dust using a great horned owl feather - illegally climbing on the Hollywood Sign performances by Shamim Momin, Mariah Csepanyi and Jwest, lit by headlamps, flashlights and police search lights), 2009, video still, courtesy of the artist and Marc Foxx, Los Angeles