The University of California Institute for Research in the Arts supports embedded arts research through critical exchange

Open Document: An experiment in artist-curated exhibitions and documentation.

“Open Document” is an invitation for a select group of artists to self-curate a large-scale exhibition in Downtown Long Beach. The artists were asked to address traditional policies of art institutions to have closed doors during the planning and installation of exhibitions. In response, all phases of the exhibition process have been documented and are available for public viewing. Participating artists include: Janice Gomez, Fatima Hoang, Tucker Neel, Chris Oatey, Jenny Yurshansky, and JEFF&GORDON.

Location:
D-Block Projects
218 The Promenade N
Long Beach, CA 90802

More info:
May 7 – June 30, 2011
Hours: Thursdays & Saturdays 2-6 PM

Website: dblockprojects.com

“Open Document” is supported by FAR (Foundation for Art Resources), Mexicali Biennial, and Phantom Galleries LA.


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