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CURATORIAL PROJECTS

LA Art Documents is operated by interdisciplinary artists. We view our curatorial practice as an extension of our art practice, just as we view our camera work and editing process. We feel fortunate that through our business we have access to a variety of excellent art exhibitions and the ability to connect with artists from all over the region. We select art and artists with diverse and distinct voices and perspecitves that catch our attention, speaking to the various issues of our times. We are always considering and looking for opportunities to include artists in particular themes and venues. Our curatorial approach is to select works that create exciting dialogues between the other artworks and the particular environment of each venue. We have a wide range of tastes and styles that fascinate us, and we like to share that enjoyment with others. While we have our particular vision for the exhibition, we champion that each artist gets to express their vision as an individual alongside the collective. We enjoy exhibitions that inspire, provoke, amuse, and challenge, so we aim to provide similar journeys that allow for unexpected experiences and layers of interpretation.

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The Arcade of Hypermodernity

Studio Channel Islands, Camarillo, CA

June 1 - July 27, 2024

 

Group exhibition featuring works by: Carlos Luna James, Chenhung Chen, Chris Towle, Edwin Vasquez, Eugene Ahn, Girlacne, Gregory Frye, Ibuki Kuramochi, Ismael de Anda III, Jason Jenn, Jeff Frost, Jennie E Park, Jody Zellen, Joseph Carrillo, Karen Hochman Brown, Leslie Muse, Liberty Worth, Matthew Pagoaga, R SKY Palkowitz, Vojislav Radovanović

An immersive journey into the intersection of technology and imagination featuring both unadulterated enjoyment and profound socio-political reflection on contemporary issues.

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Where Earth Becomes Aether

Wönzimer Gallery, Los Angeles

Group exhibition featuring works by: Marthe Aponte, Francesca Bifulco, Adrienne DeVine, David Hollen, Jason Jenn, Aline Mare, Rosalyn Myles, Vojislav Radovanović, Catherine Ruane, Nancy Kay Turner, Cheyann Washington, Christine Weir, and Sean Yang

Curated by Jason Jenn and Vojislav Radovanović 

This exhibition investigates the elemental nature of art-making, constructed by earthy resources and inspired by ethereal ideas. 

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A Home in the In-Between

LA Artcore, Los Angeles, CA  / 2023

A Solo Exhibition by Arezoo Bharthania, curated by Jason Jenn

 

A Home in the In-Between reflects Bharthania’s experience of creating a home while inhabiting various geographies, representing a multilayered construction of identity. A unique narrative and perspective are formed through varied materials, photographic images, and painterly gestures that blend her childhood and early adulthood in Iran with her current life in Los Angeles.

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Spectral Analysis

Launch Gallery, Los Angeles, CA  / 2023

Group Exhibition with Kate Carvellas, Dellis Frank, and Jynx Prado, curated by Jason Jenn

 

The full gamut of visible wavelengths is on display at Launch Gallery in Spectral Analysis, a three-person exhibition curated by Jason Jenn, featuring vivid assemblages and sculptures by Kate Carvellas, Dellis Frank, and Jynx Prado. The show's title plays with the scientific term, which is a calculation of waves and data, often involving three Cartesian spatial coordinates (X,Y, & Z), which in the case of the exhibition are creatively redefined by the three artists who each employ bold and delightful approaches to color using varied materials.

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Ornithomancy

Diana Berger Gallery Mt. SAC, Walnut, CA / 2022

Solo Exhibition by Vojislav Radovanović, curated by Jason Jenn

 

Ornithomancy is the ancient practice found in numerous cultures around the world of reading omens from the actions of birds. Radovanović aims to open a mysterious dialogue into the direct influence of humans – both negative and positive – on natural cycles and the environment. He explores humans’ complicated relationships with other species, including the problematic and anthropocentric approach to our interactions with animals.

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Memories of Tomorrow’s Sunrise 

The Ronald H Silverman Fine Arts Gallery, Los Angeles / 2022

Group Exhibition curated by Jason Jenn, Vojislav Radovanović, and Mika Cho

 

Featuring works by Enrique Castrejon, Serena JV Elston, Anita Getzler, Jason Jenn, Ibuki Kuramochi, Marne Lucas, Trinh Mai, Hande Sever, Vojislav Radovanović, Marval A Rex, Kayla Tange, Nancy Kay Turner, and Jessica Wimbley.

Art exploring concepts of legacy, personal relationships, family ancestry, cultural identity, and the historical struggles of being human that have moved us in profound ways. 

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A Practical Guide to Parlour Games & Magic 

Loft at Liz's, Los Angeles / 2021-2022

Group Exhibition curated by Jason Jenn & Vojislav Radovanović

 

Featuring works by Phoebe Barnum, Adrienne Cole, Brad Davis, Adrienne DeVine, Doug Hammett, Orit Harpaz, Jason Jenn, Ashley Kruythoff, Lena Moross, Giovanni Ortega, Vojislav Radovanović, Nancy Kay Turner, and Sean Yang.

A whimsical exhibition that imaginatively and unexpectedly explores themes that are divine and delightful, peculiar and puzzling, mysterious and macabre. 

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Even Sparkles Have Shadows 

TAM, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance / 2021

Group Exhibition curated by Jason Jenn

 

Fetauring works by Michael Craig Carrier, Zära Monet Feeney, Chuck Hohng, David Hollen, Stevie Love, Haleh Mashian, Ken Gun Min, & Alison Ragguette.

Dazzling works that upon closer examination reveal a curious undertone of hidden meaning and deeper, sometimes darker stories beneath their glittering veneer.

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Sanctuary of the Aftermath

Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro / 2021

Group Exhibition curated by Jason Jenn & Vojislav Radovanović

 

Features works by Nica Aquino, Joseph Carrillo, Jeff Frost, Anita Getzler, David Hollen, Jason Jenn, Ibuki Kuramochi Rosalyn Myles, Vojislav Radovanović, Alison Ragguette, and Kayla Tange

The exhibition presents artworks demonstrating a strong spiritual component and healing modalities in their creation while addressing contemporary existence's challenges. 

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L.A. Mise-En-Scene 

Experimental Film and Video Art Festival, Online / 2020

Curated by Jason Jenn & Vojislav Radovanović
 

A Tarot card themed exploration of invigorating video art during pandemic times.


Featuring films and videos by Cassandra Campbell, Joseph Carrillo, Cassils, Raphaele Cohen-Bacry, Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, Luka Fisher, Leslie Foster, Jeff Frost, Jennifer Gunlock, Orit Harpaz, K. Ryan Henisey, D. Hill, Chuck S. Hohng, Jason Jenn, Peter Kalisch, Matthew Kaundart, Roger Kim, Ibuki Kuramochi, Lynda LaRose, Talon McKee, Liz Miller-Kovacs, Lilli Muller, SKY Palkowitz, Robert Patrick, Gazelle Samizay, Marcos Sánchez, Gabrijel Hammond Savic Ra, Cintia Segovia, April Hava Shenkman, AJ Strout, Vojislav Radovanović, Kayla Tange, Jared Whitham, Caroline Yoo, and You Can Call Me SIR.

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Intentions 

TAM, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance / 2019

Solo Exhibition by Kayla Tange curated by Jason Jenn

 

An interactive installation and performance by Kayla Tange, inviting audiences to actively participate by drawing their intentions upon an illuminated sandbox.

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