Artist talk with Regina Jose Galindo at Baik Art, Los Angeles; Bearing Witness, October 27, 2017
Baik art is pleased to announce Regina Jose Galindo’s second rotation on LACMA’s campus as part of A Universal History of InfamyNuevo Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (NuMu) will present Retrospective: A Solo Exhibition by Regina José Galindo, which opened last weekend and will be on view through February 19, 2018. The exhibition will include 28 photographs—each documenting a different performance by the artist—as well as a selection of her poems and a sound piece. One of Regina’s mentioned works includes the recent performance; Make America Great Again, which was held at Baik Art’s gallery space in Los Angeles as part our recent retrospective for the artist, curated by Lia Newman at Davidson College.
We invite you to watch the discussion with Regina Jose Galindo as she discusses her practices, performances, and poems throughout her career in Guatemala. The following talk was featured as a public event hosted by Baik Art in alliance with the Getty’s current PST exhibitions program, LA/LA.


Following the recent success of Youn-Il Ahn’s ongoing LACMA exhibition, “Unexpected Light,” Baik Art is proud to announce the opening of the artist’s most recent retrospective at the Long Beach Museum of Art. The exhibition will be on display through January 28 and honors the celebrated South Korean artist with a major thirty-five-year retrospective, presenting a selection of abstract paintings from 1983 to the present.


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