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Karen Carson: But Enough About Me–A Twenty-Five Year Survey

Main Gallery Mar 9–May 26, 1996

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But Enough About Me—A Twenty-Five Year Survey, 1996
But Enough About Me—A Twenty-Five Year Survey, 1996, Installation view, Santa Monica Museum of Art

Nearly sixty works by Los Angeles artist Karen Carson were included in this mid-career survey. The works spanned the preceding twenty-five years and encompassed her artistic production in all media–including painting, drawing, and mixed-media works–and traced her stylistic journey from abstraction through pop. The Santa Monica Museum’s exhibition was part of a citywide project entitled But Enough About Me, which included presentations of Carson’s work at Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE).