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Mise en Scène: New L.A. Sculpture

Main Gallery Jun 20–Aug 27, 2000

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Evan Holloway, Color Theory Stick, 2000 (detail)

This exhibition, cocurated by Bruce Hainley and Carole Ann Klonarides, featured work exploring the use of process, widely divergent materials, and formal concerns, as influenced by Hollywood and popular culture. Works by Los Angeles sculptors Liz Craft, Evan Holloway, Jason Meadows, Jeff Ono, Paul Sietsema, Torbjorn Vejvi, and others responded to Los Angeles as a resource, a history, an ideal, a state of mind–even a negative force and nonsite. Mise en Scène gave viewers their first opportunity to see these local sculptures in relation to each other. Because many of the works were recent commissions, the Santa Monica Museum of Art was their first venue of exhibition.