March 30, 2019
CO/LAB 4, an international, collaborative project which presents eight artist-run galleries and collectives from Los Angeles partnering with eight artist-run spaces from Rotterdam. Sixteen organizations combine their ingenuity to design eight unique curatorial projects.
TAM’s Co/Lab series expands the creative horizons, linking regional art groups and alternative spaces from Los Angeles with their peers from around the world.
TAM encourages this spirit of dialogue and the international exchange of ideas from different cultures – this time the Netherlands. These collaborations can reflect significant trends, indicating potential future directions and introducing the public to the next generation of artists. The ambition is to see this project reach out to all 4 corners of the globe and to establish Torrance, via TAM, as the location that brings us the global best of new art.
CO/LAB 4 will be on view from March 30, 2019 – May 17, 2019 at the Torrance Art Museum. The opening reception features a special mobile exhibition Common Survival curated by the Institute of Queer Ecology in the Gas gallery truck by Ceci Moss. Guus Vreeberg, co-owner of HET PLAFOND, delivers a special presentation on the cultural climate of Rotterdam and introduces the 8 participating spaces from the Netherlands on Saturday, March 30 at 3:30 p.m.
This event is FREE to attend.
For additional information, call 310-618-3846 or http://www.torranceartmuseum.com/epk..
The Torrance Art Museum is located at 3320 Civic Center Drive in Torrance.