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Laura Owens solo show at Geffen MOCA, so happy to see my favorite artist. #geffenmoca #moca #lauraowens
I have always loved this Laura Owens painting #lauraowens #maxanimalism
So good. Lessons in optics with playfulness and mastery. And her colors!!🌈👌🏼#lauraowens @mocalosangeles #mocageffen
Best of Miami Basel: @pomerjoy posing , #lauraowens, #louisagagliardi, and @celesterapone 💕 and #rauldenieves
#lauraowens
누군가의 적절한 공간 #katherinebernhardt #lauraowens #julianopie #martincreed #yoshitomonara #citycontemporaryco
Laura Owens @whitneymuseum @newyork #newyork #lauraowens
Sometimes there’s a surprise installation in the closet. Come take a peek 👀 behind the closed door! Only two more days left of Art Basel Miami Beach. Booth H3, Saturday 12-8; Sunday, 12-6.  #alexkatz #leonardodrew #johnzurier #joanjonas #tommarioni #rammellzee #fredwilson #ericfischl #richardtuttle #lauraowens #marceldzama #peterdoig #crownpointpress #artbasel #miamibeach 🌴
There’s a monkey on my head, isn’t there? 🐒🐵 Laura Owens “Untitled” (2001) #contemporaryart #lauraowens #untitled #moca #geffencontemporary #dtla #artworld #museumlife #artisforeveryone
Laura Owens at @mocalosangeles 🙆🏼‍♀️🍄🧩 #lauraowens
#nomadla, #pleasedonotenter, #geffenmoca, #lauraowens. Friday w mads, never boring!!
Untitled ~ Laura Owens (2014) #lauraowens #geffencontemporary
#lauraowens #moca #art ♥️🐆🎨
quality does not need big size #lauraowens at #artbasel, one of my favourite contemporary female painters since I saw her amazing show at #camdenartscentre back in 2006
Purdy stuff. Laura Owens at The Geffen, @mocalosangeles DTLA. 🍡🍡
On holiday for the next few weeks w @jackson_ducasse ! Byee 👋🏻☀️ #outofoffice #la #moca #ciaofornow #lauraowens #zoeleonard
All great art! 🖤🎨✨ #repost @matt_careywilliams The works on display at the @delacruzcollection pack the odd punch or two. Some are total knock outs. Here’s just a handful of the amazing works they have on display right now. #markbradford, #felixgonzaleztorres, #danaschutz, #markgrotjahn, #peterdoig, #cosimavonbonin #jorgepardo, #rudolfstingel, #anamendieta and #lauraowens. #art #artist #contemporaryart #femaleartists #delacruzcollection #miami #abmb #artbaselmiami2018 #painting #installation #iphoneonly #iphonesia #sculpture #identity #igers #igersmiami
Untitled 'Pavement Karaoke' series ~ Laura Owens (2012) #lauraowens #geffencontemporary
My favorite place in Miami. Thank you so much Isabel for the beautiful tour!! #dcinmiami #artbaselmiami @delacruzcollection @keightthegrate @tau_au #lauraowens @wadeguyton #danashutz #anamendieta #martincreed
Это любовь #lauraowens #delacruzcollection 🧡
The works on display at the @delacruzcollection pack the odd punch or two. Some are total knock outs. Here’s just a handful of the amazing works they have on display right now. #markbradford, #felixgonzaleztorres, #danaschutz, #markgrotjahn, #peterdoig, #cosimavonbonin #jorgepardo, #rudolfstingel, #anamendieta and #lauraowens. #art #artist #contemporaryart #femaleartists #delacruzcollection #miami #abmb #artbaselmiami2018 #painting #installation #iphoneonly #iphonesia #sculpture #identity #igers #igersmiami
Untitled ~ Laura Owens (1998) #lauraowens #geffencontemporary
Ladies representing @delacruzcollection #danaschutz #lauraowens #anamendieta
#lauraowens 🌎🌑⭐️💫@delacruzcollection
#lauraowens @delacruzcollection 🌀💙
A mid-career show of artist Laura Owens illustrates her pioneering approach to painting. Her work operates within a varied range of references. The survey at MOCA chronicles the transformation of her work from the mid 90ies until today. Courtesy @mocalosangeles, Los Angeles  #mocalosangeles #losangelesmuseums #lauraowens #exhibitionary
T H E N O R W A Y #lauraowens
Untitled ~ Laura Owens (2002) #lauraowens #geffencontemporary
#jessemockrin @nightgallery & #lauraowens (& friends) at The Geffen @mocalosangeles
Shit’s widespread and connected at the capitalist core. From the bougie ass museums to “local” art projects @oogaboogastore  #repost @b.h.a.a.a.d with @make_repost ・・・ FOLLOW THE BLOOD $$$$$$. ARTWASHING IS VIOLENCE. . . Tear gassing of migrants at the San Ysidro border, protesters at Ferguson, Palestine, and Istanbul, the killing of Black lives by NYPD, generate immense profits for WARREN KANDERS of SAFARILAND. Kanders launders his blood $$$$$$ to fund the WHITNEY MUSEUM and invest in artists LAURA OWENS, CINDY SHERMAN, YASOI KUYAMA, FRANK STELLA, ED RUSCHA, RUDOLF STINGEL and alike whose art is guaranteed to do well in the auction market. . . Owens and her gallerist GAVIN BROWN then launder the blood $$$$$$ to fund their “passion projects” like 356 Mission and support “local [hipster] business” like Ooga Booga. They give the blood $$$$$$ to local developer Vera Campbell as rent while they accrue immense social capital on the back of the POC neighborhoods. Campbell further launders the blood $$$$$$ for her own arts philanthropy. Together they repeat the violent cycle of displacing working class migrants and POCs who found refuge in Boyle Heights, Chinatown and Harlem. . . .  #fromfergusontopalestine #sanyisdro #migrantcaravan #fromboyleheightstoharlem #whitneymuseum #gavinbrownsenterprise #veracampbell #oogaboogastore #gavinbrown #lauraowens #cindysherman #ruldolfstingel #yasoikusama
Impromptu art exhibit. This moment right here means so much to me. A lost artist showing an aspiring artist the freedom to express your vision. Within her I am finding myself! #art #moca #lauraowens #artexhibit #fatherdaughtertime #futureartist
More #lauraowens at #moca.
new city, new art.  #lauraowens
Excited to see in Miami. #lauraowens #gavinbrownsenterprise #artbaselmiami #artbaselmiami2018
Went to see some art which was a real #cheer. #lauraowens #moca
Untitled ~ Laura Owens (2013) #lauraowens #geffencontemporary
For more than twenty years, Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens has pioneered an innovative approach to painting that has made her one of the most influential artists of her generation. Her show is on view Nov 11, 2018 – Mar 25, 2019 at The Geffen Contemporary in LA. Her bold and experimental work challenges traditional assumptions about figuration and abstraction. In 1993, when Laura was starting her MFA at the California Institute for the Arts, Charles Gaines completed a ‘mentor’s report’ of the painter’s progress. He assessed Owens’s work in three concise sentences, imploring her to make her voice ‘clearer’ so that the programme might gain a better sense of ‘what the objects meant to you.’ ‘I think you are close’, he concludes, ‘but there is an edge that needs to be exposed yet.’ Nearly a quarter of a century later, we may now think of Owens as a painter of the exposed, deckled, broken and blunted edge. Owens ‘has always had a particular relationship to the edges’, frieze contributing editor Kirsty Bell writes in ‘On Laura Owens’ Idea of Edges’, an essay included in the exhibition catalogue. ‘She seems congenitally disposed to overstep them.’ Owens emerged on the Los Angeles art scene during the mid-nineties, at a time when many in the critical establishment viewed painting with skepticism. Her early canvases upended the traditions of painterly abstraction by incorporating goofy personal allusions, doodling, and common craft materials. More recently, she has charted a dramatic transformation in her work, marshaling all of her previous interests and talents within large-scale paintings that make virtuosic use of silkscreen, computer manipulation, digital printing, and material exploration  so strong she’s influenced countless young artist.  #californiaInstitutefortheArts #californiai  #LauraOwens #frieze #contemporary #contemporaryart #painting #womenartists #juxtapozmag #mocatoronto #popularculture #digitalart
For more than twenty years, Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens has pioneered an innovative approach to painting that has made her one of the most influential artists of her generation. Her show is on view Nov 11, 2018 – Mar 25, 2019 at The Geffen Contemporary in LA. Her bold and experimental work challenges traditional assumptions about figuration and abstraction. In 1993, when Laura was starting her MFA at the California Institute for the Arts, Charles Gaines completed a ‘mentor’s report’ of the painter’s progress. He assessed Owens’s work in three concise sentences, imploring her to make her voice ‘clearer’ so that the programme might gain a better sense of ‘what the objects meant to you.’ ‘I think you are close’, he concludes, ‘but there is an edge that needs to be exposed yet.’ Nearly a quarter of a century later, we may now think of Owens as a painter of the exposed, deckled, broken and blunted edge. Owens ‘has always had a particular relationship to the edges’, frieze contributing editor Kirsty Bell writes in ‘On Laura Owens’ Idea of Edges’, an essay included in the exhibition catalogue. ‘She seems congenitally disposed to overstep them.’ Owens emerged on the Los Angeles art scene during the mid-nineties, at a time when many in the critical establishment viewed painting with skepticism. Her early canvases upended the traditions of painterly abstraction by incorporating goofy personal allusions, doodling, and common craft materials. More recently, she has charted a dramatic transformation in her work, marshaling all of her previous interests and talents within large-scale paintings that make virtuosic use of silkscreen, computer manipulation, digital printing, and material exploration  so strong she’s influenced countless young artist.  #californiaInstitutefortheArts #californiai  #LauraOwens #frieze #mikewhitesmith #contemporaryart #canadiansthatknowgoodart  #womenartists #mixedmedia #mocatoronto
For more than twenty years, Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens has pioneered an innovative approach to painting that has made her one of the most influential artists of her generation. Her show is on view Nov 11, 2018 – Mar 25, 2019 at The Geffen Contemporary in LA. Her bold and experimental work challenges traditional assumptions about figuration and abstraction. In 1993, when Laura was starting her MFA at the California Institute for the Arts, Charles Gaines completed a ‘mentor’s report’ of the painter’s progress. He assessed Owens’s work in three concise sentences, imploring her to make her voice ‘clearer’ so that the programme might gain a better sense of ‘what the objects meant to you.’ ‘I think you are close’, he concludes, ‘but there is an edge that needs to be exposed yet.’ Nearly a quarter of a century later, we may now think of Owens as a painter of the exposed, deckled, broken and blunted edge. Owens ‘has always had a particular relationship to the edges’, frieze contributing editor Kirsty Bell writes in ‘On Laura Owens’ Idea of Edges’, an essay included in the exhibition catalogue. ‘She seems congenitally disposed to overstep them.’ Owens emerged on the Los Angeles art scene during the mid-nineties, at a time when many in the critical establishment viewed painting with skepticism. Her early canvases upended the traditions of painterly abstraction by incorporating goofy personal allusions, doodling, and common craft materials. More recently, she has charted a dramatic transformation in her work, marshaling all of her previous interests and talents within large-scale paintings that make virtuosic use of silkscreen, computer manipulation, digital printing, and material exploration  so strong she’s influenced countless young artist.  #californiaInstitutefortheArts #californiai  #LauraOwens #frieze #contemporary #contemporaryart #painting #womenartists #mixedmedia #mocatoronto #popularculture #digitalart
For more than twenty years, Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens has pioneered an innovative approach to painting that has made her one of the most influential artists of her generation. Her show is on view Nov 11, 2018 – Mar 25, 2019 at The Geffen Contemporary in LA. Her bold and experimental work challenges traditional assumptions about figuration and abstraction. In 1993, when Laura was starting her MFA at the California Institute for the Arts, Charles Gaines completed a ‘mentor’s report’ of the painter’s progress. He assessed Owens’s work in three concise sentences, imploring her to make her voice ‘clearer’ so that the programme might gain a better sense of ‘what the objects meant to you.’ ‘I think you are close’, he concludes, ‘but there is an edge that needs to be exposed yet.’ Nearly a quarter of a century later, we may now think of Owens as a painter of the exposed, deckled, broken and blunted edge. Owens ‘has always had a particular relationship to the edges’, frieze contributing editor Kirsty Bell writes in ‘On Laura Owens’ Idea of Edges’, an essay included in the exhibition catalogue. ‘She seems congenitally disposed to overstep them.’ Owens emerged on the Los Angeles art scene during the mid-nineties, at a time when many in the critical establishment viewed painting with skepticism. Her early canvases upended the traditions of painterly abstraction by incorporating goofy personal allusions, doodling, and common craft materials. More recently, she has charted a dramatic transformation in her work, marshaling all of her previous interests and talents within large-scale paintings that make virtuosic use of silkscreen, computer manipulation, digital printing, and material exploration  so strong she’s influenced countless young artist.  #californiaInstitutefortheArts #californiai  #LauraOwens #frieze #contemporary #contemporaryart #painting #womenartists #mixedmedia #mocatoronto #popularculture #digitalart
For more than twenty years, Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens has pioneered an innovative approach to painting that has made her one of the most influential artists of her generation. Her show is on view Nov 11, 2018 – Mar 25, 2019 at The Geffen Contemporary in LA. Her bold and experimental work challenges traditional assumptions about figuration and abstraction. In 1993, when Laura was starting her MFA at the California Institute for the Arts, Charles Gaines completed a ‘mentor’s report’ of the painter’s progress. He assessed Owens’s work in three concise sentences, imploring her to make her voice ‘clearer’ so that the programme might gain a better sense of ‘what the objects meant to you.’ ‘I think you are close’, he concludes, ‘but there is an edge that needs to be exposed yet.’ Nearly a quarter of a century later, we may now think of Owens as a painter of the exposed, deckled, broken and blunted edge. Owens ‘has always had a particular relationship to the edges’, frieze contributing editor Kirsty Bell writes in ‘On Laura Owens’ Idea of Edges’, an essay included in the exhibition catalogue. ‘She seems congenitally disposed to overstep them.’ Owens emerged on the Los Angeles art scene during the mid-nineties, at a time when many in the critical establishment viewed painting with skepticism. Her early canvases upended the traditions of painterly abstraction by incorporating goofy personal allusions, doodling, and common craft materials. More recently, she has charted a dramatic transformation in her work, marshaling all of her previous interests and talents within large-scale paintings that make virtuosic use of silkscreen, computer manipulation, digital printing, and material exploration  so strong she’s influenced countless young artist.  #californiaInstitutefortheArts #californiai  #LauraOwens #frieze #contemporary #contemporaryart #painting #womenartists #mixedmedia #mocatoronto #popularculture #digitalart
For more than twenty years, Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens has pioneered an innovative approach to painting that has made her one of the most influential artists of her generation. Her show is on view Nov 11, 2018 – Mar 25, 2019 at The Geffen Contemporary in LA. Her bold and experimental work challenges traditional assumptions about figuration and abstraction. In 1993, when Laura was starting her MFA at the California Institute for the Arts, Charles Gaines completed a ‘mentor’s report’ of the painter’s progress. He assessed Owens’s work in three concise sentences, imploring her to make her voice ‘clearer’ so that the programme might gain a better sense of ‘what the objects meant to you.’ ‘I think you are close’, he concludes, ‘but there is an edge that needs to be exposed yet.’ Nearly a quarter of a century later, we may now think of Owens as a painter of the exposed, deckled, broken and blunted edge. Owens ‘has always had a particular relationship to the edges’, frieze contributing editor Kirsty Bell writes in ‘On Laura Owens’ Idea of Edges’, an essay included in the exhibition catalogue. ‘She seems congenitally disposed to overstep them.’ Owens emerged on the Los Angeles art scene during the mid-nineties, at a time when many in the critical establishment viewed painting with skepticism. Her early canvases upended the traditions of painterly abstraction by incorporating goofy personal allusions, doodling, and common craft materials. More recently, she has charted a dramatic transformation in her work, marshaling all of her previous interests and talents within large-scale paintings that make virtuosic use of silkscreen, computer manipulation, digital printing, and material exploration  so strong she’s influenced countless young artist.  #californiaInstitutefortheArts #california #lauraowens #frieze #contemporary #painting #womenartists #illustration #mixedmedia #mocatoronto #popularculture #digitalart
Laura Owens @mocalosangeles
🙏🙏🙏 finally got to see this show after missing it at the Whitney #worththewait #lauraowens at @mocalosangeles #printclubinla
#lauraowens
A whole lot of junk at MOCA today. #moca #geffencontemporary #barbarakruger #lauraowens #zoeleonard
Laura Owens @mocalosangeles completely fearless #lauraowens #moca #painter #artinlosangeles #goseeit
“When I paint, I use my hands most of the time, and it has been this way since I started to paint onto photographs. This brings a superimposition, a confrontation, or even a dance between two realities, two identities. In my recent sculptures, there is also this confrontation between the outside, the shapes of the realistic busts that you can relate to photographs, and the inside where you can see the traces of my hands in the plaster, building the structure of the bust from inside the mold.” . . . . . . #artgallery #ursfischer #gerhardrichter #lauraowens #louvre #palaisdetokyo #selfportrait #wiels #hammermuseum
“When I paint, I use my hands most of the time, and it has been this way since I started to paint onto photographs. This brings a superimposition, a confrontation, or even a dance between two realities, two identities. In my recent sculptures, there is also this confrontation between the outside, the shapes of the realistic busts that you can relate to photographs, and the inside where you can see the traces of my hands in the plaster, building the structure of the bust from inside the mold.” . . . . . . #artgallery #ursfischer #gerhardrichter #lauraowens #louvre #palaisdetokyo #selfportrait #wiels #hammermuseum
I ❤️ the Laura Owens show @mocalosangeles #painter #art #la #mocalosangeles #lauraowens
FOLLOW THE BLOOD $$$$$$. ARTWASHING IS VIOLENCE. . . Tear gassing of migrants at the San Ysidro border, protesters at Ferguson, Palestine, and Istanbul, the killing of Black lives by NYPD, generate immense profits for WARREN KANDERS of SAFARILAND. Kanders launders his blood $$$$$$ to fund the WHITNEY MUSEUM and invest in artists LAURA OWENS, CINDY SHERMAN, YASOI KUYAMA, FRANK STELLA, ED RUSCHA, RUDOLF STINGEL and alike whose art is guaranteed to do well in the auction market. . . Owens and her gallerist GAVIN BROWN then launder the blood $$$$$$ to fund their “passion projects” like 356 Mission and support “local [hipster] business” like Ooga Booga. They give the blood $$$$$$ to local developer Vera Campbell as rent while they accrue immense social capital on the back of the POC neighborhoods. Campbell further launders the blood $$$$$$ for her own arts philanthropy. Together they repeat the violent cycle of displacing working class migrants and POCs who found refuge in Boyle Heights, Chinatown and Harlem. . . .  #fromfergusontopalestine #sanyisdro #migrantcaravan #fromboyleheightstoharlem #whitneymuseum #gavinbrownsenterprise #veracampbell #oogaboogastore #gavinbrown #lauraowens #cindysherman #ruldolfstingel #yasoikusama
Three small works to start from Laura Owens mid-career survey now on view @mocalosangeles featuring approximately 60 paintings from the 1990's until today and originally organized by the @whitneymuseum.  #art #artist #painting #drawing #exhibition #lauraowens #moca #geffencontemporary #whitneymuseum
Still thinking about the #lauraowens show at @mocalosangeles
Laura Owens at the geffen contemporary, a wonderful show. Ameliese loves texting and hearing voices, reading, and the benches with books!!! #geffencontemporary #moca #mocalosangeles #lauraowens
Highway, 1968 #allandarcangelo Feels very #lauraowens
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