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We are delighted to introduce work by Kimberly Brooks in our new exhibition, curated by Kathy Battista, I’ll Be Your Mirror, featuring new limited edition prints by Betty Tompkins, Cheryl Donegan, Cindy Hinant, Lucy Liu and Narcissister.
Kimberly Brooks prints are from her exhibition “I Notice People Disappear”. Brooks is an American painter who blends figuration and abstraction to focus on a variety of subjects dealing with memory, history and identity. Born in New York she now lives and works in LA where she studied painting at UCLA. Solo exhibitions include: Thread and Bone, The Cooper Building, Los Angeles (2015); I Have a King Who Does Not Speak, Roosevelt Library, TX (2014); I Notice People Disappear, ArtHouse429, FL (2014); Thread, Taylor de Cordoba, Los Angeles (2011); The Stylist Project: Los Angeles, Taylor de Cordoba, Los Angeles (2010); Technicolor Summer, Taylor de Cordoba, Los Angeles (2008); Mom’s Friends, Taylor de Cordoba, Los Angeles (2007); and The Whole Story, RiskPress Gallery, Los Angeles (2006). Group shows include: Mirroring: Refraction Through the Female Gaze, Mirus Gallery, San Francisco (2013); Forest from the Trees, White Box Gallery, San Diego (2013); Sense and Sensibility, Mt. San Antonio College, CA (2013); Incognito, Santa Monica Museum of Art, CA (2010); Women of Women: The Female Form, Taylor de Cordoba, Los Angeles (2010); ArtHaus: Los Angeles | Berlin, Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, CA (2009); and Made in California: Eight Artists, Santa Monica, CA (2009).
We will also be showing limited edition artwork by Sarah Cain, Anna Sew Hoy, Betty Tompkins, Monica Majoli, Ruby Sky Stiler, Virginia Poundstone, Liam Gillick, Scott Reeder, Alejandro Diaz, Tony Tasset and Yinka Shonibare. Proceeds from the sale of these works will benefit our cultural partners MCA Chicago, RISD Museum, Los Angeles Nomadic Division, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum and Artadia.
Art+Culture Projects is a publisher of print editions and multiples produced in partnership with artists, curators, cultural institutions, non-profits, museums and commercial galleries. Our mission is to broaden awareness of the artists who are shaping our cultural legacy while creating a sustainable source of income for both artists and the programs – whether non-profit or commercial – that are showcasing innovative artistic practice.