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Kayne Griffin Corcoran presents a new work by Dara Friedman, Mother Drum, filmed throughout the summer of 2015 on the Swinomish Reservation in Washington, Coeur d’Alene Reservation in Idaho, and Crow Agency Reservation in Montana.
The genus of this project was a 2014 archaeological dig in downtown Miami, where Friedman is based, which uncovered the remnants of the ancient, aboriginal city of Tequesta. The contemporary city, dense with high-rise developments, had for the most part ignored the history of its native inhabitants. But this sacred ground lies directly beneath the condos that populate its skyline, surrounding this site, encasing it in steel and glass.
Also on view…”Jon Boat” is an exhibition by Charles Harlan. This will be Harlan’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles and with the gallery.
For this exhibition, the artist will present a new body of sculptures in a site-specific installation incorporating the gallery’s courtyard as well as the South Gallery. On view: May 13; Reception: 6-8pm; Kayne Griffin Corcoran, 1201 South La Brea Avenue, LA, 90019; http://www.kaynegriffincorcoran.com/