Fowler in the City: Here After at Bridge Projects
Meet us at Bridge Projects in Hollywood for an artist-led walk-through of the group exhibition Here After. Learn about the works on view from exhibiting artists Mercedes Dorame, Bonita Helmer, Regina Mamou, and Linnéa Gabriella Spransy.
Hope for paradise has sparked the imagination of humankind across history and has been addressed by many religions, inspiring visual representations as diverse as the believers. Here After features artworks that explore various religious or metaphysical positions, suppositions, and questions centered on the notion of paradise.
This program is generously supported by a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc.
Bridge Projects is a contemporary art gallery and curatorial project based in Los Angeles and headed by Cara Megan Lewis and Linnéa Spransy Neuss. It focuses on experimental, research-driven exhibitions by local and international artists. Bridge Projects programming is aimed at fostering advanced and interdisciplinary explorations of the relationship between contemporary art, spirituality, and religious traditions.
Fowler in the City
The Fowler is joining forces with community partners to host special off-site conversations, screenings, and workshops.
Image credit: Regina Mamou, The Loop, 2022; objects borrowed from The Wende Museum of the Cold War’s collection on a custom-fabricated pedestal, steel, aluminum, birch, hard-coated EPS foam, acrylic, waterborne alkyd paint; digitally-modified Soviet pay phone (circa 1970s), cast iron, plastic, 8 audio tracks; 85 7/8 x 154 x 34 inches (pedestal), 12 ½ x 8 ½ x 4 3/8 inches (phone). Photos: Robert Wedemeyer. Courtesy of the artist and The Wende Museum of the Cold War, Los Angeles.