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There in Green California / هناك في كاليفورنيا الخضراء

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening reception: Saturday, March 30, 6 - 10pm Ali Eyal, Andre Keichian, Ignacio Perez Meruane, Izdihar Afyouni, Golrokh Nafisi, Hande Sever, Susu Attar Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, by appointment. Contact [email protected] to make a reservation. It is difficult, even righteously offensive, to make art in the face of so much destruction and death which […]

Antoni Hervás – the awakening

May 12 - June 4, 2023 –– Wednesday through Sunday, 12 - 6pm Opening: May 12, 6 - 10pm Cuero Amanecer: a celebration of queer clubs, sexy dancing, leather and fun! May 18, 9pm till L8 the awakening is a project by Barcelona-based artist Antoni Hervás, curated by Clara López Menéndez. The exhibition will be […]

Fuerza del desierto. The Sierra Hermosa Community Museum and Reading Club

Gallery Hours: Thursday-Sunday, 12:00-6pm An exhibition focusing on the The Sierra Hermosa Community Museum and Reading Club curated by Natalia de la Rosa. The Sierra Hermosa Community Museum and Reading Club (Zacatecas, Mexico) was founded in 2000 by Juan Manuel de la Rosa in his hometown. Initiated as a small library, this project quickly grew […]

Miles Peyton: Obaa

Opening Friday, February 3rd, 6-8pm

I move with a team of selves
I observe and learn from each one
Sometimes we find something to eat and feel happy
I often eat plastic beads
When we merge, our attention harmonizes into a sharp bright point
We congeal into a centralized organization
It feels good

Miles Peyton is an artist based in Los Angeles. He works with a variety of materials and systems to animate lifelike nonlife. He received an MFA from University of California, Los Angeles in 2020.

Gemma Castro: Monuments

Opening Saturday, 21st 7-10pm Exhibition is open Friday-Sunday, January 21-31st, 12-5pm Closing Performance: Gemma Castro + Olivia HP: Sunday January 29, 6PM Gemma Castro: Monuments Monuments is a video installation exploring the process of rebuilding and restoration following heartbreak and loss. It reflects on how building physical and mental strength is a process of repetition […]

Jimena Sarno: aeolian

Opening Reception: Friday, November 4*, 6PM - 9PM Gallery Hours: Wed - Sun noon-6PM, Mon - Tues by appointment “I can make wind,” Gluskabe admitted shamefacedly, “but I can’t make it stay.” Then God blew, so powerfully that Gluskabe fell down and lost all his hair. –Genesis Volume 1 (Memoria del Fuego) Eduardo Galeano  Considering […]

Geneva Skeen – Channels (#1 Pittsburgh / Los Angeles)

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

open gallery hours: tuesday-thursday noon-7pm Channels (#1 Pittsburgh/Los Angeles) is a technical cover-song to artist and composer Maryanne Amacher's City Links series, adapted for a high-speed interconnected world of streaming, liveness, and hybridity. This project, similar to Amacher’s original, brings together live hi-fidelity audio from multiple sites into a new situation. Here, the sites happen […]

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Very Be Careful — Silver Anniversary

  Very Be Careful — 25th Anniversary Celebration & Photo Exhibition August 26 - September 4 Very Be Careful, the Vanguards of Vallenato for Los Angeles, celebrate their 25th year together with a photo exhibition and celebration at Human Resources LA in Chinatown. VBC friend and official photographer, Keith Sirchio, has been shooting the VBC scene since 1999 from […]

Casey Kauffmann & John de Leon Martin

Human Resources LA presents a two person show of painting, drawing, video, and sculpture by visual artists Casey Kauffmann and John de Leon Martin. The exhibition opens Saturday, August 6th from 6-9pm  and will run until  Saturday, August 20th. Gallery hours: Wed-Sun, 12-6pm.   This show was initiated by Jeann Bofwel, who saw similarities in […]

Fidelia Lam – New seed. XXXXXX. New seed. XXXXXX.

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening: Saturday July 23, 2022, 7-10pm On view weds-sun 12-6pm, July 23-31 and by appointment. New seed. XXXXXX. New seed. XXXXXX.  grapples with the affective and aesthetic legacies of empire and colonialism as they continue to shape the racial architectures of Asian diasporic femme subjectivities. The exhibition features new multimedia works that speak to, with, […]

PHILTH HAUS: LYLEX 1.0

In light of a violent attack on the exhibition, LYLEX 1.0, by PHILTH HAUS, presented by the Feminist Center For Creative Work, the exhibition will not reopen at HRLA. A schedule for the continuing phases of this project, at NAVEL and FCCW, will be updated and announced soon, as scheduling for the project is now […]

Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste: I Would Prefer Not To (Stay Cool)

Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun noon-6PM We highly recommend emailing [email protected] to make an appointment to view the exhibition. The installation employs Amacher's work on "psychoacoustics" alongside "acousmaticism" (psychoacousmaticism) through the lens of Herman Melville's short story Bartleby, The Scrivener. Considering Herbert Marcuse's notion of the “Great Refusal” as an indictment of emergent military-cum-consumer technology being weaponized […]

Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork & Laetitia Sonami — Fingers Caught in a Field of Moss

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Tuesday May 3rd & Wednesday May 4th, 5:00 - 9:00 PM   Sound artists Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork and Laetitia Sonami set up in residency at Human Resources for their fourth collaboration. For Fingers caught in a field of moss they scale down natural growth events to rhythms of sonic saturation and rarefication. The synthetic textures […]

Purple Glitter Slime

An evening of queer performances and works by Amanda-Faye Jimenez Aimee Goguen & Dakota Higgins John Burdole Laub Nathan Lam Vuong Zori Swanegan 7$ Doors open at 8 Performances begin promptly at 830 Tickets can be purchased here: https://withfriends.co/event/13568875/purple_glitter_slime_21222 Amanda-Faye Jimenez is a writer and comedic performer born and raised in Los Angeles. She is mostly […]

Apparitions: a group show

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

The group stems from a virtual art salon that was facilitated by Miljohn Ruperto at the end of 2020. With their diverse backgrounds and satellite presence, artists were invited to question the opacity in the contemporary art world while sharing their past and current works. The space of conversation is suspended through virtual meetings, discussing […]

Harmonic Oscillation

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Harmonic Oscillation M.A. Guevara November 6 - 28, 2021   

ANIMAL ENCYCLOPEDIA

September 10 - 12, 2021 Human Resources in Chinatown, Los Angeles, CA    ANIMAL ENCYCLOPEDIA Presented by Authentic Children Art Association in collaboration with OneHouse Arts   Come one, come all! The circus is in town! Marvel at the array of Animal Encyclopedia - grizzly bears, toucans, flying fish, humpback camels, Spectres of Shadow, iguanas, […]

Stoking The Flame

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Stoking The Flame brings together DJs, Poets, Artists, Musicians whose work invokes new worlds imagined and forged within nightlife.  Stoking The Flame aligns itself with artists who wield the allure and radicality of nightlife to experiment and amplify new sounds, moves, and ways of being with one another amidst the on-going state violence.  Stoking The […]

Khal Launch – 2 Day Event (cancelled/postponed)

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

This event is postponed until further notice. 2 day publication launch and performance event Thursday March 19, 7-11pm  (launch / performances) Friday March 20, 7-11pm (launch / performance / dinner) Helga Fassonaki began the Khal project in 2014 while living in Tabriz, Iran for a month. As a visual artist in Iran, what she was […]

Marcia Bassett, Alison O’ Daniel, Kathleen Kim, Angel Chirnside, Varese Group

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

so·cial res·i·den·cy the fact of living in a place with living organisms   Due to public health concerns around the spread of coronavirus, Human Resources has made some adjustments to upcoming programing.  Social Residency will proceed with an opening Friday March 13 from 8-11pm. We have cancelled the performances that were a part of that event. By appointment only, […]

Lúcia Prancha: CASA DO SOL

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening: Thursday, February 20th, 8–10pm Exhibition Dates: February 21st–March 1st, 2020 Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun, noon-6pm and by appointment The Body of the Text, a reading circle & seminar: Saturday, February 22, 2-5pm Human Resources is pleased to present CASA DO SOL, an exhibition of new work by artist Lúcia Prancha. Prancha's installation explores the work and legacy […]

KEN EHRLICH: DYSFUNCTIONAL FURNITURE

Opening Friday, January 31: 7–9pm Closing event Sunday, Feb 16: 4-6pm Music by Adam Samuel Goldman, toasts, conversation about living with dysfunction.   Gallery Hours: Thursday-Sunday noon-6pm and by appointment note: the Firecracker 5K/10K  goes right down Broadway on 2/16, but should have finished before noon.   Human Resources is pleased to present Dysfunctional Furniture, an exhibition […]

LAURA PARNES: TOUR WITHOUT END

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

SCREENING OF TOUR WITHOUT END (92 min.) AND LIVE PERFORMANCES INCLUDING RACHEL MASON AND BRONTEZ PURNELL FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, starting at 8, Suggested donation $10 SCREENING OF TOUR WITHOUT END (92 min.) AND CONVERSATION WITH CHRIS KRAUS AND LAURA PARNES ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, starting at 8, Suggested donation $10 GALLERY HOURS: Wednesday through Sunday, […]

Why You So Negative?

Opening Reception: Friday, October 18th  8pm Exhibition Dates: Friday, October 18—Sunday, October 27th Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun,  12-5pm Performance by Nikhil Chopra: Sunday, October 20th  7pm   Why You So Negative? responds to institutional rebranding and removal of work by artist, Chiraag Bhakta. The solo exhibition features the original work—an installation which examines the commodification of […]

Alexandre Dorriz – Consciousness is Code in the Occidental Vacuum

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening Friday October 11th 7-10pm On view Saturday 10/12 and Sunday 10/13 12—6pm   Consciousness is Code in the Occidental Vacuum is part of an ongoing investigation of fiber and its relations to time, memory, and optics through museology and dramaturgy practices. Dorriz works with the historical discovery of synthetic and semi-synthetic fibers, and their […]

Josefina — An Installation by Fabián Guerrero

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening August 29, 6-10pm Screening at 8pm followed by music and drinks Organized by Fabián Guerrero and Clara López Menéndez Josefina is for and about my grandma, Josefina. I wanted to document, in short clips, not only my grandma but also my family: the sounds, movements and the house that I was raised in as […]

RIDDIMS

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

RIDDIMS a solo exhibition of Adee Roberson, organized by independent curator Essence Harden. Opening Reception Wednesday July 3rd 6—9pm Gallery open Thursday—Sunday 12—6pm RIDDIMS Block Party Sunday July 7th 1—6pm BBQ, snacks, and drinks all day. Throw what you want on the grill! Adee Roberson and Essence Harden in conversation 2—3pm Performance by Thurmon Green […]

Look Who’s Talking Now

Opening: Sunday, June 23rd  6-10pm Gallery Hours: Monday, June 24 - Saturday, June 29   12-6pm Performances by Malinche and Figgy DJ Set by Paxico Records The more intricately connected that people are to one another, the more their ideas and projects appear to follow similar patterns. Look Who’s Talking Now focuses on painting as its […]

Brian Getnick: Poem for the community

Poem for the community sculptures and works on paper by Brian Getnick   Exhibition dates: Wednesday, June 19—Friday, June 21 Gallery hours: 5pm-9pm or by appointment (call 773.351.1888)   In the fall of 2018, artist Brian Getnick presented Punishment's Place—an ensemble performance wherein the shattered pieces of a monument to Prometheus Bound were assembled to the beat of a […]

Stalgia Grigg: is a weapon and we

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

opening reception: fri june fourteen : seven to ten on view sat june fifteen—tues june eighteen : noon to six The ideological ground that Logic and Rationality stand on is slipping away. Liberalism has rallied to defend the sacred ground of "truth," while slowly realizing it may have been a constructed fiction all along. At […]

Echo Park Film Center

On view daily from 2-7 pm Closing potluck party: Thursday, April 25, 7-10 pm, with performances at 8:30 Echo Park Film Center takes over HRLA's galleries for three days and nights—with media installations, performances, and programs of films and videos made by the Film Center's Co-op, as well as artists who have participated in their […]

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Public Fiction: Dylan Mira & Sarah Rara

Three-part poems by artists / writers Dylan Mira and Sarah Rara will inhabit opposing sides of a double-sided marquee—the illuminated exterior sign from Public Fiction’s former storefront location in Highland Park (2010—2015)—permanently removed from its original location, now briefly installed inside HRLA's main gallery. Each day, a new section of text will replace the previous […]

The International Expanded Field

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

In the spirit of transnational dialog in times of heightened fragmentation, competition and isolation, The International Expanded Field brings members of different diasporic communities of Los Angeles for a three day event at Human Resources. With a critical and contemporary look at the late 1960s and 1970s third world solidarity movements, the three day event […]

Church of Art

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Using the framing of organized spiritual practice, Church of Art encompasses the work of artists who seek healing and self-actualization through various disciplines. Staged in front of an installation by Veronique d’Entremont, Gregory Barnett will perform an interactive, durational work, before the Sunday Service begins at 5pm. Sermons will be delivered by Veronique d’Entremont and Kim Ye […]

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Exquisite Rugs, Exceptional Service: 530 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

An in-progress installation about Pasadena Rug Mart, established in 1932 and closed in 2017, commemorating this diasporic 20th Century shop as a personal, cultural, business, and social archive of 530 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena and incorporating documentation and archival materials dating from the 1930s-2000s, as well as books, textiles, ephemera, yarn used to make repairs, […]

2019-Q1

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

We thought we were going to have to move out, now it seems we don't. We'll be in this space for the foreseeable future, then we'll be in another. Until then, continuous grand finales! Including contributions from: Aarum Alatorre Ace Farren Ford Alexandria Douziech Alex Twomey Alex Zhang Hungtai Alice Cunt Allison Wyper Amanda Horowitz […]

Terror en lo Profundo

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening Saturday 12/8 7—10pm On view through 12/16 Gallery hours Thursday-Sunday, noon-6pm Artistas / Artists: Rosalee Bernabe, Wendy Cabrera Rubio, Juan Caloca, Christian Camacho, Paloma Contreras Lomas, El Pelele, Elsoldelrac, Julieta Gil, Sebastián Gonzales de Gortari, Abraham Gonzáles Pacheco, Cristobal Gracia, Madeline Jimenez, Enrique López Llamas, Morgan Mandalay, Richard Mendtorr, Irak Morales, Jazael Olguín Zapata, […]

Seashell Aesthetics

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Seashell Aesthetics is an exhibition building upon a 2017 essay of the same name by Martabel Wasserman published in Yes Femmes. It explores catastrophes posed by carbon, plastic, oil and other byproducts of capitalism polluting the ocean. The shell becomes a way to think with a material that eventually decomposes into fossil fuel. It is […]

A grammar built with rocks

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Image: Cauleen Smith, Remote Viewing, 2009, video still, 15:13 min. Courtesy of the artist, Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago, and Kate Werble Gallery, New York. Opening: Saturday, September 29, 7-10pm September 29 - November 4, 2018 Exhibition Carmen Argote, Julien Creuzet, DAAR (Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency), Sandra de la Loza, Regina José Galindo, Adam Khalil, Zack […]

Color Objectivism, Harmonic Distortion and the Illusion of the Noise-Free System, Vol. 2

A series of light and sound performances by Sam Rowell Thursday, September 6th: 8pm & 10pm Friday, September 7th: 2pm, 4pm, 8pm, 10pm & midnight Saturday, September 8th: noon Join in an investigation of the hidden nature of color. Experience the perception of light in the non-visual centers of your brain. Listen to the communal […]

A Motorbike Sunbathes on a Patch of Plastic Turf

Opening Reception: August 24, 6-10pm Exhibition Dates: August 24—September 3, 2018 Gallery Hours: Tuesday—Sunday, 12—6pm A Motorbike Sunbathes on a Patch of Plastic Turf is a series of videos, installations and sculptures by Berlin-based Tra My Nguyen and London-based Annie Mackinnon. Drawing upon family and the artists’ Vietnamese and Chinese backgrounds, the works focus upon […]

One-Two

Gallery Hours: 2pm - 9pm An exhibition by John Dieterich and Carlin Wing With work by Cuauhtli A talk by Leopoldo Peña on pelota mixteca and his photography series Oaxacalifornia @ 7pm on Saturday August 18, 2018 And a performance with Corey Fogel @ 7pm on Sunday August 19, 2018. One-two, give-and-go, pass the ball […]

Poison Remedy Scapegoat

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Beginning 5pm August 16th Performance and Exhibition Open August 16th and 17th 5pm - 11pm Like a cave made out of purple and dark green walls. I roasted things in the oven and you picked at the vegetables like a bird. You’d squeeze the sponge hard so it wouldn’t sit wet and moldy on the […]

Every Unlikely Story

Image credit: Cameron Coffman, slow crawl, 66" x 22" x 34", wood, clay, resin, glass, ladybug, aphids, waterbug, plants, dirt, plastic, 2018 Opening Reception: Saturday, July 28, 7-10pm Exhibition Dates: July 28 - August 11, 2018 Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun, 12-6pm Imagine the chapters in a long book as individual, freestanding fragments. Take this collection of […]

Arc, Wobble, Fade, Fold

Image: Sasha Bergstrom-Katz, Cup and Ball, cast aluminum, 2018 Opening Reception: July 19, 7-10pm Gallery Hours: Thursday - Monday, 12pm-6pm   Sasha Bergstrom-Katz  Rachel Borenstein  Niloufar Emamifar  Miranda Javid Kyle Welker Kim Garcia  Joshua Ross  Eva Słapa Amy Mackay    Consider the idea of the fold. It is both a gesture and a mark, a mode of concealment and of […]

Sarah Rara: Alias

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

    solar rays reached the surface without meaning depending on the day the observer melts exactly where the sun rises the heavy sun tethers to hangers-on throws them counter-clockwise the northern axis points in the direction no one yields colors de-saturate in the dark a cylindrical projection graphs the sun rolled for an eye […]

Frau Fiber Vs. the Machines

Frau Fiber Vs. the Machines Gallery will be open noon-6pm, Thursday-Sunday. Opening reception Thursday June 7th 7-10pm   The works in this exhibition document Frau Fiber's on-going battle with contemporary apparel manufacturing. In video, photography and artifacts, the exhibition makes space to witness Frau Fiber's attempt to spin yarn, knit a tube sock and knit a sweater as fast as a machine. This series of textile […]

Biquini Wax: A Dangerous Obsession

A Dangerous Obsession (A thriller of plastic moments) May 11th-28th Organized by Biquini Wax EPS A Dangerous Obsession (A thriller of plastic moments)   Exhibition Dates: May 11th-28th Opening Reception: Friday, May 11th, 7-10pm Exhibition is open on Saturdays and Sundays, 12-8pm, and by appointment. Organized by Biquini Wax EPS   During three weekends in May, writers and artists […]

The Institute of Ceramics and Alliance

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Anna Delgado and Brenda Starks are Southern California ceramic artists whose art examines identity and place. Though their works differ formally, they have overlapping themes that explore heritage, transitional spaces, and the trajectory of clay as an art medium. Together, the artists have dug clay from Los Angeles county to use for their new show, […]

COSM, ORGANIZATION-CONSTRUCTION, SECOND INSTANCE: ANJA WEISER FLOWER

  VOLUME and Human Resources are pleased to announce “Cosm, Organization-Construction, Second Instance,” an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist Anja Weiser Flower, curated by VOLUME member Jared Baxter. The main exhibition space of Human Resources, formerly a movie theater, will be completely darkened, with Flower’s work, a new iteration of an ongoing […]

Alan Nakagawa: Peace Resonance & Conical Sound

WORLD PREMIER of PEACE RESONANCE; HIROSHIMA/ WENDOVER and CONICAL SOUND; ANTONI GAUDI/ SIMON RODIA 3 showings on April 4th, at 12:00 PM, 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM free event Description; Two vibratory sound works and screening of two video documentary shorts Tactile sound experience; the soundscapes are composed for amplification into an interior space utilizing a […]

Alice cunt presents, ¿¡Not another shit show?!

Alice cunt presents, ¿¡Not another shit show?! A two day event featuring performative/ visual arts and an open market place for artist who want to show or sell shit. Day one will start whenever we wake up, probably later after noon or something and end whenever were tired, sometime later in the evening or whatever. […]

we tbd

To begin, a structure made of scaffolding and wood that reorganizes and reshapes the internal space of Human Resources. In the course of this reshaping, we hold an exhibition that serves to model dynamic notions of connection, difference, and community, and to reflect the conscious self-creating of a group process. Inspired by notions of empathy and […]

Not All There

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

An unconventional group show that revolves around works of art by local and international artists who use humor to explore serious social and political issues. That said, none of the artworks will be present. Participating artists include: Anna Ayeroff, Amitis Motevalli, Arden Surdam, Claire Titelman, Emmy Bright, Eva Medin, Hazel Haendel, Kristina Wong, Marisa Williamson, […]

A.K. Burns: A Smeary Spot

Opening Reception November 28, 6-10pm On view November 28 - December 17 Gallery Hours Wednesday - Sunday, 12-6pm   Video installation curated by Clara López Menéndez ...it was ambiguous, two-faced. What was inside it and what was outside it depended upon which side of it you were on. —Ursula K. Le Guin, The Dispossessed From […]

Por que somos e não somos tropicalistas: Moving image from Recife, Brazil

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening Wednesday November 8th, 7-9pm On View November 9th-19th, Weds-Sun 12-6pm Because we are and we aren't tropicalists presents recent moving image works by artists and filmmakers from Recife, Pernambuco, a city in the north-east of Brazil that is renowned for its film and art scenes. The works depict Recife and the surrounding Pernambucan interior […]

drivers, impulsers

"the boundaries of a living body are open and indeterminate; more like membranes than boundaries..." ... show me a person with both feet firmly on the ground, and i'll show you someone who can't take off their pants. opening reception: saturday oct 21 7-10pm on view through oct 29 gallery hours: Tuesday - Sunday 12-6pm […]

Andrew Norman Wilson – Pretense

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening: Friday October 6 from 6-9 pm On view: October 6-20 Wednesday-Sunday from 12-6 pm Inquiries and Appointments: [email protected] Through the use of puppets both computer-generated and hand-made, the recent work of Andrew Norman Wilson stages inescapable narrative scenarios in which rational thought becomes contradictory and human exceptionalism unravels. Drawn from the popular imagination, the videos’ anthropomorphized […]

MATA PRESENTS – Still Keep Moving

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Gallery open Fri-Sun 10am - 10pm Closing reception Sunday 10/1 11am—6pm Still Keep Moving is a 3-day performance considering and examining the structures of grief that one builds for protection immediately after a loss or trauma and how those structures are torn down and rebuilt as they are processed and lived with. How in reworking […]

Marco Kane Braunschweiler – MONKEY

On view: September 20-24
 Hours: 12-6pm or by appointment, contact [email protected] Closing event: Sunday, September 24, 12-4pm MONKEY is a docufantasy, told through shadows, about two people growing close, and two people falling apart. You could say it’s an epic, a buddy movie, a family drama, or, indubitably, a downright freakfest. It takes place in […]

Supercaliforniagilisticexpialibodcious

opening on 8/26 from 7:00 - 10:00pm wednesday-sunday, 12-6pm an exhibition of mostly large paintings, displayed salon style Asher Hartman Ben White Christine Wang Devon Tsuno Guan Rong Iris Yirei Hu Jemima Wyman John Bertel Katie Herzog (with Andrew Choate) Kristin Calabrese Sarita Dougherty Trulee Hall

Sarah Gail – Straight Chillin

Dear World, I am Sarah Gail. I have arrived and I mean business. My heart overflows with love for humanity and the beauties of this world. This love is so precious, so deep, so strong that I invite you to get lost in my vision for the world. A world that can be transformed and […]

Tyler Matthew Oyer – Conquest of the Universe or When Queens Collide

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

opening reception July 15, 6-10PM gallery hours Wednesday - Sunday, 12-6PM Conquest of the Universe or When Queens Collide is the premiere feature film by Los Angeles-based artist Tyler Matthew Oyer. Originally a stage production by Charles Ludlam’s Ridiculous Theatrical Company from 1967, Conquest marks the first adaptation of Ludlam’s plays into moving image. The […]

A Subsequent Offering: EJ Hill

A Subsequent Offering , 2017. Human Resources, Los Angeles. Courtesy the artist and Commonwealth & Council photo: Michael Piña A Subsequent Offering: EJ Hill Human Resources, Los Angeles Exhibition: June 3 - June 18, 2017 Exhibition will be open Thursday - Sunday, 12-6pm EJ Hill in conversation with Amanda Hunt, Director of Education and Public […]

On The Other Side: 2017 at land’s edge fellows

at land’s edge, in conjunction with Decolonize LA and Human Resources Los Angeles, proudly presents, “on the other / side.” This week-long, culminating exhibition showcases the projects of the 2017 at land’s edge fellowship cohort, exploring issues of race, disability, resistance, history, power, violence, survival, and healing. Wednesday, May 24th – Sunday, May 28th Gallery […]

LESBIAN GULLS, DEAD ZONES, SWEAT AND T.

LESBIAN GULLS, DEAD ZONES, SWEAT AND T. Opening Reception: Thursday May 5th, 7-10pm Exhibition Dates: May 5-21, 2017 Exhibition hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 12-6pm *Gallery will be closed on Sunday, May 14th Free and open to the public. An exhibition of new work by Los Angeles based collaborators Candice Lin and Patrick Staff. LESBIAN GULLS, […]

Indecent Exposure

Indecent Exposure April 12-23, 2017 opening reception 4/12 Gallery Hours: Daily 8pm-midnight “Sex is a gift we are given, and we should all just have fun with that.” -Margie Schnibbe (as Vena Virago) in I Had Sex with a Gigolo on Reality TV (2015) Indecent Exposure is a retrospective of Margie Schnibbe’s sexually explicit videos […]

Fidelity of Nothing

Opening reception: Wednesday, March 29, 8 - 10pm Gallery Hours: Thursday March 30th 12pm - 6pm Fidelity of Nothing is a group exhibition of video installation and sculptures by Lily Yu, Jamie Kim, Michelle Lee. IDLE was shot on 16mm b/w reversal with Arri ex. Hand processed through traditional negative processing and reversal processing. Tinted […]

Making Plans

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening reception: March 18, 7-10pm Gallery hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 12-6pm MAKING PLANS brings together a coalition of artists engaging with issues of labor, access, invisibility, and power through various actions. In the introduction to Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do (1974), a transcription […]

Inside You Is Me – Jaqueline Gordon

A dynamic sculpture with moveable walls, multichannel sound pieces, and a staged performance SATURDAY EVENING, featuring FAY and Jon Mandabach. http://jacquelinegordon.net/ HOURS: Saturday Night: 6:00 - 8:00 Visiting Hours 8:00 - Jon Mandabach 9:00 - FAY Sunday: 11:00 - 5:00 Visiting Hours FAY: FAY will be premiering her new record "Deal" (release date: February 24, […]

Yann Novak: Repose

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening Reception: February 10, 7 – 10pm Closing Performances: Rebecca Bruno, Sarah Rara, & Geneva Skeen, February 18, 8 – 10pm Gallery Hours: February 11 – 12 & February 15 – 18, noon – 5pm Curated by Suzy Halajian Repose is a solo exhibition of new work by Yann Novak that explores how context changes […]

Statues And Attitudes

STATUES AND ATTITUDES An imagined feminist vision Jade Gordon and Megan Whitmarsh with guests FRI FEB 3 - Opening Event 7pm-10pm SAT/SUN FEB 4/5 - Exhibition Open to the public 1pm-8pm plus WORKSHOPS, SCREENINGS, and PERFORMANCES (see below for details) Open during all exhibition hours: A Wider Net, reading room curated by F.L.O.W. (Feminist Library […]

Rocket Rain موشک باران

The first solo exhibition of Iranian, Los Angeles-based artist and writer, Gelare Khoshgozaran. The exhibition borrows its title from the second chapter of the Iran-Iraq War, known as “The War of the Cities” that Iranians refer to and remember as موشک باران mooshak-baran: “Rocket Rain.”

Femmebit

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Festival and Showcase dedicated to L.A.-based female artists working in Video Art and related technologies.

John Wiese: Battery Instruments

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

BATTERY INSTRUMENTS • 4-channel video/4-channel sound (2016 version) *Debut • 4-channel video/2-channel sound (2012 version) • 8-channel sound (2009 version) Open from noon to 9pm. Reception from 7 to 9pm. Free Editions available at the event. More info TBA.   The cinema of ‘pure means’: John Wiese’s Battery Instruments as history lesson. Bruce Russell John […]

Seduction of a Cyborg

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Exhibition Dates: October 7-23, 2016 Opening Reception: Saturday, October 8, 7-10pm Seduction of a Cyborg explores intimacy, sex, and desire as related to technocratic fantasies of futurity, (re)production of bodies, and fractured selfhood in the digital age. The fictional and the virtual intersect, exposing narratives that activate, transform, and deconstruct our understanding of the networked and […]

Jakob Brugge

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Laoshou Mountain in southwestern China was quarried for more than two decades. Shortly after the quarry's closure, the Funnin County Forestry department decided to reconcile the barren mountainside with its surrounding foliage. The conclusion they reached was to paint the mountain. Workers sprayed the section of land a bright, vaguely chemical green, tracing the exact […]

Lina Hermsdorf “A Biologically Immortal Living Being Can Still Die”

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Performed by Henry Babbage Performance September 27th, 8pm Exhibition on view from September 28th—2nd October (12pm-6pm daily) Hydras never die of old age. In the ancient Greek myth, the Hydra is a multi-headed serpent, with a specific organic talent. As soon as one of its heads is decapitated, the serpent regenerates the missing body part. Hydra […]

Noon Tran & Hannah Mjølsnes: Road River Gust

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

After driving for hundreds of miles, past mountains, cliffs, boulders, and gravel dust, you will find a field of white dunes surrounded by blue mountains. Currents of wind move through this landscape, continuously shaping and rearranging it. When lakes and rivers dried out due to climate changes, the wind swept up the exposed bottom sediment […]

9/11 Fifteen Years

9/11 Fifteen Years A one-night exhibition happening on the fifteen year anniversary of September 11, 2001. A paradigm shift. Airplanes as weapons. America attacked. In the immediate aftermath, we saw people rush to hospitals to donate blood, and strangers talking on the street to figure out what was going on. People wanted to help. But, […]

Internet Discount Bedroom 2

Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home, Los Angeles, CA

Opening Saturday, September 3rd at 9pm, the exhibition will be on view for the duration of 24 hours, closing Sunday, September 4th at 9pm. Contributing artists include: Matt Damhave, Emma Kohlmann, Dennis Wornick, Shay Semple, Suzanna Zak, Cali Thornhill DeWitt, Madison East, Elijah Funk, Taylor Doran and ”Prank Line" from Local Outreach (Van Robinson & […]

Nikki Darling – Temple of the Dawg

An exhibition of art therapy works by Nikki Darling, Temple of The Dawg includes 26 works on paper and a video installation.

Apeirophobia / Aporia

Organized by Sohrab Mohebbi and Miljohn Ruperto, With: Michel Auder, Julie Becker, David Bernstein, Jennifer Bolande, Cliff Borress, Quynh Dong, Shahab Fotouhi, Ulrik Heltoft, Joel Holmberg, Hassan Khan, Laura Owens, Maria Taniguchi, Asha Schechter, Dineo Seshee Bopape, Alice Wang, Brent Watanabe

Exit Interview

Group exhibition highlighting the dialogic dimension of two years of thinking and working in relation to one another. Acknowledging the paradoxical quality of institutionalized art education, the show is conceived as a field of interferences and counterpoints, the aftermath of a vital encounter and commitment to critical discourse.

The Distance Plan – Climate and Infrastructure

The Distance Plan: Climate and Infrastructure brings together work by 10 practitioners whose works address major infrastructural forms of the present—energy generation, digital frameworks and mass transport networks—in relationship to future alternatives.

Too Much Information

Please join CLOSING for a week of presentations that invite 8 artists to play with form of public address and take on the task of communicating a substantial amount of information to an audience.

LACHSA: NEX(T)US

Works by Seniors in the Visual Arts program at L.A. County High School for the Arts. Opening Reception: Fri, May 20 5:30 - 8:30pm with gallery hours Sat, May 21 noon-5pm

James Gamboa: 50/50

50/50 presents the question, given the chance to peer into the future of your health, would you opt in or out? Using the artist’s personal screening and diagnostics, 50/50 examines and abstracts the predictive genetic screening process, and brings the private experience into a public space.

DecolonizeLA

Between May 3 and May 11th, HRLA will host an exhibition of work from artists who applied to the DecolonizeLA call for proposals. The work will be shown in the lobby, and second floor space.

Telémachos Alexiou: The Culture of Refusal

EXHIBITION HOURS
Thursday, April 14, 6-9pm
Friday, April 15, 12-6pm and 8-11pm
Saturday, April 16, 12-6pm

SCREENING: Queen Antigone followed by conversation between Alexiou and Zackary Drucker
Friday, April 15, 8-11pm

alice wang

Opening Reception: Friday March 25, 2016 7-10pm Hours: Weds - Sun 12-6pm or by appointment

Ruth Angel Edwards “Derivatives and Futures”

"I'd just like to point out that if anybody cares to look at the video evidence, at no point was my bare backside revealed. So therefore the fact he says he's seen it totally negates the credence of what he said in the previous part of the answer....I'm glad I've got that off my chest – it's been bothering me, that."

Martine Syms “Black Box”

An exhibition of sixty new and recent videos by Martine Syms.

On View February 6 - 27, Wednesday thru Sunday 12-6pm or by appointment

Sille Storihle: ONE MAN SHOW

ONE MAN SHOW is Berlin-based artist Sille Storihle’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. The show centers on two documentary shorts, The Stonewall Nation (2014) and The Tomorrow Show (2015). Drawing on archival material from the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, the exhibition examines the performative potential of archival documents.

JEFFZILLA WORLD

Jeffzilla presents JEFFZILLAWORLD, a three-night installation and performance series that will transform HRLA into a fantasy fun house from beyond the pumpkin. Jeffzilla, aka Jeff Galvan, is an an LA based multi-disciplinary artist, musician and co-founder of the infamous Coolworld Party LA. **** *A queer little pumpkin, a jolly fat fellow, Stood close to his […]

Mark Golamco: Ghostlight

Mark Golamco founded and hosted a monthly performance cabaret called Ghostlight at the infamous (and now shuttered) Cafe Dancer bar in New York City. Ghostlight is an eclectic night of performance featuring exceptional artists and DJs. Each night is grounded by an intimate solo performance by Golamco self-accompanied on the viola. Ghostlight has now become […]

The Closer I Get To The End The More I Rewrite The Beginning

Project curated by Suzy Halajian

with Basma Alsharif, Doa Aly, Gilda Davidian, Mariah Garnett, David Horvitz, Hiwa K, Mark Leckey, Klara Liden, Christine Rebet, Julie Tolentino, Erika Vogt, and Hanna Wildow, texts by Doa Aly, Janine Armin, Shoghig Halajian, and Litia Perta, & a video program organized with Clara López Menéndez

Sabrina Chou

An exhibition of new work by Sabrina Chou consisting of backdrops, equipment, furnishings, and clothing. The exhibition proposes an ambiguity around these objects, and how they might oscillate between aesthetic proposition, functional use, and absurd adaptation.

It’s Just the Beginning

Hong Kong Forum Los Angeles presents a multi-disciplinary exhibition of the Umbrella Movement in Chinatown. The exhibition serves both as a reflection and a projection of Hong Kong’s struggle for democracy. It highlights moving moments from the protests, and the feverish creativity that blossomed throughout the strikes and occupations. It also offers an opportunity for the LA HK community to process and raise awareness about what is happening in our city collectively.

“Let it Mellow” Keith Rocka Knittel

The work in L​et it Yellow is process driven - performances build objects creating a syntax as gestures break down their materiality, starting the process over again. Art objects exist equally as both a means of representing the present and a remnant of the past, both combined to reflect upon the future.