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For the month of April StandardVision has partnered with Month of Photography Los Angeles to present the work of both local and global photographers. Featuring the work of a common theme each week, Month of Photography Los Angeles aims to expose the public to the diversity of photography.  This exhibition was curated from submissions to MOPLA’s annual Open Call.

The program will be on view from April 1 - 30, with photographic selections showing multiple times every hour throughout each day at two public screens in Downtown Los Angeles. 

StandardVision's SV Showcase program aims to present the work of emerging and established artists in a site-specific month long exhibition turned installation on the #SVLA1 screen on the Courtyard Marriott Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. StandardVision’s goal is to encourage audiences to participate with art in a new outdoor exhibition experience, and present curated contemporary art programming to the public.

In addition to the #SVLA1 screen, this year MOPLA will also be presenting a curated series on the StandardVision 28-foot video wall in the Tom Bradley Wing of the Los Angeles Central Library. 

Artists To Be Announced! 


© Cody Cobb

© Cody Cobb

Video Wall in the Tom Bradley Wing of the Los Angeles Central Library

April 1 - 28: ENVIRONMENT

Featuring Work by Alfredo Esparza Cárdenas, Chiara Zonca, Cody Cobb, Dirk Kruell , Ghazal Sheei, Hans George Esch, Matthew Portch, and Rollence Patugan

630 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90071


© Sally Ann Field

© Sally Ann Field

#SVLA1 Screen on the Courtyard Marriott Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles

April 1 - 7: COMMUNITIES & CULTURES

Featuring Work by Ana Vallejo, Describe the Fauna, Joel Redman, Sally Ann Field, and Tamara Cedré

901 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90015


© Hyung Kim

© Hyung Kim

#SVLA1 Screen on the Courtyard Marriott Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles

April 8 - 14: COMMUNITIES & CULTURES

Featuring Work by Cate Dingley, Hyung Kim, James Lattanzio, Joel Redman, and Wray Sinclair

901 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90015


© Mirjam Wählen

© Mirjam Wählen

#SVLA1 Screen on the Courtyard Marriott Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles

April 15 - 21: COMMUNITIES & CULTURES

Featuring Work by Emanuela Bocse, Kate Geraghty/The Sydney Morning Herald, Mirjam Wählen, Mojgan Ghanbari, and Rhombie Sandoval

901 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90015


© Julia Gunther

© Julia Gunther

#SVLA1 Screen on the Courtyard Marriott Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles

April 22 - 28: COMMUNITIES & CULTURES

Featuring Work by Jeremy Jackson, Julia Gunther, Liliana Merizalde, Mirna Chacin, and Molly Peters

901 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90015


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© Mariah Garnett

© Mariah Garnett

LA Municipal Art Gallery

February 14 – April 14, 2019

Mariah Garnett: Trouble

4800 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027

The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery is pleased to present the first institutional solo exhibition in Los Angeles by artist Mariah Garnett. Surveying Garnett’s work to date, the exhibition includes a selection of her films and installations from 2010 to the present day, alongside related prints.

At the heart of the exhibition will be an installation of her new film Trouble, a feature-length experimental documentary about the artist’s burgeoning relationship with her Northern Irish father, whom she only met in adulthood. The film travels to his native Belfast, in Northern Ireland, where Garnett immerses herself in past and present political struggles, collapsing the city’s legacy of sectarian violence and her father’s Civil Rights activism with the landscape of the present day. The film highlights the ways in which people, as much as places, can carry traces of past histories. A deeply personal investigation, Trouble has been in the making for over four years and represents the culmination of all of the works in the exhibition.

Trouble will be screening at 11:30 AM, 1 PM and 2:30 PM.

Projection on view through April 14, 2019