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Upcoming: Vee Speers, Guilty Not Guilty
Private View: Thursday Feb. 29, 4-5 pm Opening: Saturday March 2nd, 4 - 6 pm. Seeking to confront our prejudices and the contexts in which we perceive others, Speers artfully manipulates a collection of mugshots from the midcentury to give their criminal subjects a second chance at judgement. Utilizing bold color and AI animation to bring them to life, Speers offers the subjects new identities that might contradict our initial prejudices. Now it is up for us to decide: are they guilty or not guilty?
Paolo Ventura, The Man Who Could Walk Through Walls
Using a French short story, Le Passe-Muraille, a pretext, Ventura imagines scenes of Parisian life, a romantic and violent story that crosses eras in the form of transversal works including drawings, photographs, paintings, models and paper sculptures. The exhibition is accompanied by an original artist’s book.
Paris: There is a Moment When the Light Becomes Visible in the Night
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Sixties in Los Angeles - Joey Tranchina
Between his assignments for corporate or newspaper publications, Joey Tranchina took thousands of photographs of Los Angeles in the sixties. He is now turning eighty and his son thought that it was time to go through the archive. Together, they sorted out negatives, proofsheets and selected images that give a tender and nostalgic vision of life in the City of Angels in that era.
Bergamot Frieze Weekend
In conjunction with the Frieze Week, all galleries and art spaces at Bergamot Station have scheduled openings, talks, events, etc. At Galerie XII we will be opening a stunning installation with Vee Speers new project, Guilty Not Guilty. Join us and enjoy!