Los Angeles Nomadic Division Land

Rating: 5 stars   12 reviews


8033 Sunset Blvd Ste 455 Los Angeles CA 90046 USA


LAND is a public art initiative committed to curating site- and situation-specific contemporary art projects, in Los Angeles and beyond. LAND supports dynamic and unconventional artistic practices using a tripartite approach: Commissioning public projects of site- and situation-specific works with national and international contemporary artists Collaborating with a variety of institutions and organizations, such as universities, museums, and theaters as well as other types of spaces, industries, and entities Offering additional programs such as performances, workshops, residencies, discussions, and publications LAND is an ongoing endeavor with three primary types of annual programming: LAND 1.0 projects are large-scale, multi-artist, multi-site exhibitions and single-site group exhibitions, LAND 2.0 projects feature a new commission by a single mid-career or established artist, and LAND 3.0 projects feature new work by lesser known or emerging artists.

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Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

I have attended many LAND programs and have also volunteered with the organization, and through this experience I have expanded my understanding of and appreciation for contemporary art greatly. To offer such high caliber exhibitions to the public for free in interesting architectural and public sites is unlike anything I have experience before. The artists LAND works with are so talented and engaging, and I have enjoyed having direct access to their work and practice through LAND's programming.

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