Roski Talks: Andrea Bowers

Tue, Oct 11, 7pm
Roski Graduate Building
Los Angeles Arts District



Roski Talks are free and open to the public
Reservations requested here.
Location: 1262 Palmetto Street, Los Angeles CA 90013


About the Artist

Los Angeles based artist Andrea Bowers (b. 1964, Ohio) has been recording and amplifying the work of activists present and past for more than two decades. Her multi-media practice includes drawing, video, sculpture, and installation work that foregrounds the experience of the people who dedicate their time and energy to the struggle for gender, racial, environmental, labor, and immigration justice and those who are directly affected by systemic inequality. Over time, her different bodies of work have become a document of the changing language, prerogatives, and dynamics of social justice movements. In 2021 a major mid-career survey of Bowers' work curated by Michael Darling and Connie Butler opened at the MCA Chicago and traveled to the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles in 2022. Other recent solo exhibitions include "Grief and Hope," Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany and "Light and Gravity," Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst, Bremen, Germany. In September 2022, Bowers will open a solo exhibition including both new and existing work at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Milano as part of an exhibition program organized by the Fondazione Furla. Bowers is represented by Vielmetter Los Angeles, Andrew Kreps Gallery, Kaufmann Repetto, and Jessica Silverman Gallery.