The Underground Museum, Artists of Color
Through February 4, 2018
Artists of Color is The Underground Museum's 3rd exhibition curated by its late founder Noah Davis with works from MOCA's permanent collection. The show features Joe Goode, Josef Albers, Michael Asher, Dan Flavin, Carmen Herrera, Jennie C. Jones, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Diana Thater, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, and more. [press]
A fully illustrated catalogue covering 25 different series of works, including texts from Joe Goode, Kristine McKenna, a foreword by Ed Ruscha and an afterword by Michael Kohn will be released on the occasion of this exhibition. The catalogue focuses on Goode’s journey to Los Angeles, the rise of his career, his influences, the evolution of the art world around him and important series of works from over the last six decades. This extensive survey of Joe Goode’s career will be available at Kohn Gallery and online at kohngallery.com.
“I don’t feel like my work changes, and in a way I’ve been making the same painting for 50 years,” Goode admits in the catalogue essay. “Every new series presents a new set of problems, and that’s part of what keeps me working."
Through July 9th
Drawn from the permanent collection, Poetic Minimalism features works by Joe Goode, Margaret Evangeline, Jasper Johns, Tom Joyce, Cheonae Kim, Robert Mangold, Olivier Mosset, Beverly Pepper, Theodoros Stamos, and Adja Yunkers. This exhibition is curated by Dr. Julie Sasse, Chief Curator and Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art. (more)