Zoe Leonard: Survey – The Geffen Contemporary MOCA, Los Angeles – november 11, 2018 to March 25th, 2019.

The solo show Zoe Leonard: Survey, is the first large-scale overview of the Zoe Leonard’s work in an American museum, an artist we are proud to have represented since 2001. The exhibition opens November 11th at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles.

The exhibition looks across Zoe Leonard’s career to highlight her engagement with a range of themes, including gender and sexuality, loss and mourning, migration, displacement, and the urban landscape. Using repetition, subtle changes of perspective, and shifts of scale, Leonard draws viewers into an awareness of the meanings behind otherwise familiar images or objects. A counter-example to the speed and disposability of image culture today, Leonard’s photographs, sculptures, and installations ask the viewer to reengage with how we see.

New York–based artist Zoe Leonard is among the most critically acclaimed artists of her generation. Over the past three decades she has produced work in photography and sculpture that has been celebrated for its lyrical observations of daily life coupled with a rigorous, questioning attention to the politics and conditions of image making and display.

Zoe Leonard: Survey is organized by Bennett Simpson, Senior Curator, and Rebecca Matalon, Assistant Curator, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

The exhibition will run until March 25th, 2019.

Images copyright the artist

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