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Karolina Karlic pop-up exhibition Q&A June 4th

Sun, Jun 4, 2017, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Join KAROLINA KARLIC and TAMARA CEDRÉ for a Special Q & A on JUNE 4 @ 2pm

One in a series of pop-up exhibitions:

Two photographers engage the social & political memory of historical imagery

KAROLINA KARLIC’s practice is invested in the representation of American culture and diasporic existence surrounding industry and labor. Her work Rubberlands, a transmedia work, examines the social history of the rubber industry, Henry Ford’s influence on the industrial – agricultural landscape in Brazil with a focus on the reforestation projects at a Michelin rubber plantation – Atlantic Forest.

www.karolinkarlic.com

TAMARA CEDRÉ is interested in documentary photography as a discursive practice. As a Diasporican, her current work responds to historical imagery dipicting the island territory of Puerto Rico; at once reclaiming and reconstructing images that surround the locus of her family’s home that is in current jeopardy.

www.tamaracedre.com/boricua

FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/1910382829234799/

GALLERY PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/disassembledgallery/

Pop Up Exhibition on view with artists:

JUNE 3 @ Noon-6pm

Special Q & A with Karolina Karlic & Tamara Cedré

JUNE 4 @ 2pm

Disassembled Gallery

A series of pop-up exhibitions

Allan’s remaining studio equipment + some Sekula books and ephemera will be on offer during the duration of the exhibition events to support the Allan Sekula Social Documentary Fund at CalArts

EXHIBITIONS EVENTS:

May 6-7
James Baker, Stephen Callis, Judith Hopkins

May 13-14
Julia Paull, Peter Tolkin, Jody Zellen

May 20-21
Annetta Kapon, Yoko Kanayama, Ina Steiner

May 27-28
Joe Wolek, Lena Wolek

June 2-4 
Tamara Cedré, Karolina Karlic