Hand Through Structure
Marc Le Blanc
Marc LeBlanc is a writer and independent curator. He cut his teeth producing solo and group exhibitions starting from 2001, when he owned 1R Gallery in Chicago. His most recent gallery group exhibitions include Unfinished Season (2014) in Galerie Nagel+Draxler in Cologne, and Anteriors (2011) in Kunstverein am Rosa-Luxemberg Platz, Berlin.
LeBlanc has also organised a number of events for NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance) including the recent X Poly Nation (2015) at Night Gallery, Los Angeles, and How To Build An Art Scene That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later at Art Cologne (2015). He is currently the Curator of Events & Programming for Art Los Angeles Contemporary.
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Hand Through Structure
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About Julian Hoeber
Julian creates a world of geometric balance
“Los Angeles’ real estate is cheaper than New York. The tacos are better too!”
With the sole goal of exploring how form creates meaning and ideology, Los Angeles-based Julian Hoeber works in sculpture, drawing, filmmaking, installation, and photography to create works with linear harmony. He has had solo exhibitions in fusedspace, The UCLA Hammer Museum, and the Deste Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art. His many inspirations include Daido Moriyama, lab glass, Benjamin Moore paint colour fan decks and medical illustrations. Hoeber’s photograph for Absolut Art features his assistant, Sean Flaherty, cleaning the inside of a sculpture the both of them recently made. The sculpture possesses a concrete, brutalist form that is also bodily and slightly erotic.