Current Exhibitions


Mark Bradford, Sea Pig

MARK BRADFORD: SEA MONSTERS
Gerald S. and Sandra Fineberg Gallery
September 11 – December 21, 2014

An exhibition of recent work by MacArthur-award winning artist Mark Bradford. Featuring a suite of major new paintings and sculptures, the exhibition will include a monumental text-based mural created in direct relation to the Rose's glass-fronted Lois Foster Wing.


MARK BRADFORD, SEA PIG, 2014 (DETAIL). IMAGE BY JOSHUA WHITE; COURTESY OF THE ARTIST
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ROSE PROJECTS 1B | 1914: MAGNUS PLESSEN

Lower Rose Gallery
September 11 – December 21, 2014

The second exhibition in a series of three, 1914 presents recent work by Magnus Plessen alongside the historical material to which Plessen's work is tied, documents of the experience and traumatic injuries of WWI.


MAGNUS PLESSEN, OHNE TITEL (5)
, 2014 (DETAIL). COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND KONRAD FISCHER GALERIE, BERLIN.

Elizabeth Murray, Duck Foot

COLLECTION IN FOCUS
Mildred S. Lee Gallery
September 11 – December 21, 2014

The Rose's Collection in Focus series highlights and draws new connections between important and often understudied objects in the museum's collection. This semester's presentation focuses on work by women artists.


ELIZABETH MURRAY, DUCK FOOT, 1981 (DETAIL)
. © ELIZABETH MURRAY, COURTESTY OF PACEWILDENSTEIN, NEW YORK.

JOHN ALTOON (Co-organized with Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
Lois Foster Gallery
October 8
 – December 21, 2014

The first major retrospective of John Altoon, a little-known yet important artist whose brief but significant career unfolded in Southern California.

JOHN ALTOON, OCEAN PARK SERIES #12, 1962 (DETAIL). LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART, GIFT OF DR. AND MRS. EUGENE ZISKIND, M.62.63.1 © 2014 MUSEUM ASSOCIATES/LACMA.

Gillian Wearing Bully

ROSE VIDEO 05 | GILLIAN WEARING
Rose Video Gallery
November 11, 2014 – March 8, 2015

Photographer and video artist Gillian Wearing has described her working method as "editing life." Her work documents and explores the disparities between public and private life and between individual and collective experience. 

GILLIAN WEARING, STILL FROM BULLY, 2010 (DETAIL). VIDEO, 7:55. COURTESY OF THE ARTIST; TANYA BONAKDAR GALLERY, NEW YORK; AND MAUREEN PALEY, LONDON.