January 26, 2019

Please join us for an engaging dialogue between artist Kavin Buck and Ed Schad, writer and curator living in Los Angeles, who will be discussing Buck’s current exhibition which investigates impermanence and the temporal quality of time.

Kavin Buck received an MFA at the California Institute of the Arts (Valencia, CA) and his BFA from the Otis College of Art and Design (Los Angeles, CA). He attended the American University/Parsons School of Design in Paris (France) and completed post-graduate studies with the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program (New York, NY). Kavin Buck’s artworks are included in many public, private and corporate collections in the United States and internationally.

Ed Schad is Curator and Publications Manager at The Broad Museum (Los Angeles, CA). Schad curated Carlos Cruz-Diez's Couleur Additive, co-curated Creature, Oracle, and A Journey that Wasn't, and was the host-curator of Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth. His writing has been included in Art Review, Frieze, Modern Painters, Flash Art, The Brooklyn Rail, The L.A. Weekly, Truthdig, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. In 2008, he wrote the essay "Drywall and the Artist’s Pallet" for Kavin Buck’s solo exhibition at LA Contemporary Gallery. Ed Schad is currently curating a large survey of Shirin Neshat's work opening at The Broad Museum in Fall 2019.

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MK Guth
MK Guth has been chosen as the 2008 recipient of the Bonnie Bronson Fellowship. Freshly
back from the
Whitney Biennial in New York, Guth will be honored as the seventeenth artist to
receive this prestigious Northwest artist award.

Guth's work will also be included in Everything vs Nothing at Franklin Parrasch Gallery, in New
York, opening April 11th, and The Way That We Rhyme: Women, Art & Politics opening
today at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Malia Jensen
Malia Jensen presents a selection of sculpture and works on paper at Richard Gray Gallery in
New York, on view through April 19.

Matt McCormick
TheNorthwest Film Center presents an evening with Matt McCormick, Wednesday, April 9, 8pm.
McCormick will present his latest short, THE PROBLEM OF MACHINES THAT
(2008), along with a selection of short films and recent music videos.

Joe Thurston This weekend, Joe Thurston presents a selection of new relief paintings in
the Bridge Art Fair in New York. (Booth #14, Toomey Tourell Gallery)

Mark R. Smith
Mark R. Smith presents the interactive installation COMPASS with Maria T.D. Inocencio, as part of
Portland's Artist in Residence program in the South Waterfront neighborhood.
Visit southwaterfront[dot]com for more information, along with workshop and studio hours.

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