How Many Billboards? Art in Stead
Temporary billboard project organized by the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, February-March 2010. Various locations within Los Angeles, full information about the project is at http://www.howmanybillboards.org/index.html. For additional information, please contact the MAK Center, located at the Schindler House, 835 North Kings Road, West Hollywood, www.makcenter.org.
- Kenneth Anger, "Astonish". Beverly Drive north of Pico Boulevard.
- Michael Asher, "Think Small". Originally at Sunset Boulevard east of Micheltorena Street.
- Jennifer Bornstein, "The End". Sunset Boulevard west of Martel Avenue.
- Eileen Cowin, "I Love You Too", Westwood Boulevard south of Olympic Boulevard.
- Christina Fernandez, "Coldwell Couch". Hollywood Boulevard west of Bronson.
- Ken Gonzales-Day, "Bust of a Man and Bust of a Young Man". Olympic Boulevard west of Gramercy Place.
- Renee Green, "Strangers Begin Again". La Brea Avenue north of Lexington.
- Kira Lynn Harris, "Community as Art". La Cienega Boulevard around Cadillac Avenue.
- John Knight, "From LA to Palestine Clean, Drinkable Water is a Human Right". Sunset Boulevard west of Havenhurst Drive.
- David Lamelas, "Rock Star". Pico Boulevard west of Fairfax Avenue.
- Brandon Lattu, "Cadillac Fleetwood". Fairfax Avenue south of Pico Boulevard.
- Daniel Joseph Martinez, "Truth". Washington Boulevard west of Curson Avenue.
- Kori Newkirk, "Tongue in Cheek". Wilshire Boulevard west of Hoover Street.
- Yvonne Rainer, "I Look Good, I Know". Pico Boulevard west of Fairfax Avenue.
- Martha Rosler with Josh Neufeld, "Our Future". Sunset Boulevard west of Cahuenga Boulevard.
- Allen Ruppersberg, "Pacific Standard Time". Venice Boulevard west of Midvale Avenue.
- Allan Sekula, "Los Ricos Destruyen el Planeta". Beverly Boulevard east of Western Avenue.
- Susan Silton, "If I Say So". La Cienega Boulevard north of Rodeo Road.
- Kerry Tribe, "Sky". La Brea Avenue north of Venice Boulevard.
- James Welling, "Abstraction". La Brea Avenue south of the 10 Freeway.
- lauren woods, "Vali Dakhni Poem". Fairfax Avenue south Melrose Avenue.
Posted on 3/11/2010 by Ruth Wallach.
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