Photographs, Installations, and Public Art by Catherine Wagner
Wagner, Ghost Grove, 2010. Courtesy of artist.
Artist Catherine Wagner
has long been interested in literature and architecture, and she often explores the context in which the photographs are integrated within site-specific installations. This has resulted in an expanded studio practice, working collaboratively with architects and fabricators. During this program, Wagner will talk about various installations from LACMA, Comme Des Garcon, and the Mills College Art Museum, as well as public art projects in Los Angeles, Seattle, and the central subway in San Francisco.
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About Catherine Wagner
Over the course of her career, Catherine Wagner has been observing the built environment as a metaphor for how we construct our cultural identities. In 2001, Ms. Wagner was named one of Time Magazine’s Fine Arts Innovators of the Year. Her work is represented in major collections such as the deYoung Museum, LACMA, SFMoMA, The Whitney Museum, MoMA, among others.
No registration required. Free online event.
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