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RUBELL FAMILY COLLECTION/CONTEMPORARY ARTS FOUNDATION
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ITS TWO UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

 

STILL HUMAN

 

and artist-in-residence

 

Allison Zuckerman: Stranger in Paradise

 

December 6, 2017 – August 25, 2018

 

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​Josh Kline, Thank you for your years of service (Joann/Lawyer), 2016

 

​STILL HUMAN confronts the complex consequences of the digital revolution and recent technological developments as they redefine the human condition. Twenty-five artists working across a range of mediums address concerns related to artificial intelligence, biotechnology, bioethics, planned obsolescence, desire as mediated by technology, surveillance, social justice, and virtual existence. Among others, the exhibition will include Ed Atkins, Simon Denny, Cécile B. Evans, Isa Genzken, Josh Kline, Jon Rafman, Charles Ray, Frances Stark, Hito Steyerl, Hank Willis Thomas and Anicka Yi.

​A comprehensive catalog will accompany the exhibition.

 

 

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Allison Zuckerman, Woman at her Toilette, 2017, 125 1/2 X 162 in.

 

​Allison Zuckerman: Stranger in Paradise

Allison Zuckerman, the foundation's 2017 artist-in-residence, has created large format paintings and sculptures using the foundation’s main gallery as her studio this summer. These new works take historical paintings and internet culture as their point of departure and utilize paint and digitally manipulated printed images to create hybridized portraits suffused with cultural and societal critiques. ​

​A comprehensive catalog will accompany the exhibition.

​Previous artists-in-residence have included Lucy Dodd, Cy Gavin, Sônia Gomes and Oscar Murillo.