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Group DescriptionShare your photos of EATLACMA. Did you participate in the fruit tree giveaway on February 6 or 7? Share photos of where you planted your tree and its growth! This group is where you can share photos taken of the events surrounding EATLACMA, a year-long investigation into food, art, culture and politics. Fusing the richness of LACMA's permanent collection with the ephemerality of food and the natural growth cycle, EATLACMA's projects consider food as a common ground that explores the social role of art and ritual in community and human relationships. EATLACMA unfolds seasonally, with artist's gardens planted and harvested on the museum campus, hands-on public events, and a concurrent exhibition, Fallen Fruit Presents EATLACMA (June 27-November 7, 2010). It culminates in a day-long event (November 7, 2010) in which over fifty artists and collectives will activate, intervene, and re-imagine the entire museum's campus and galleries. EATLACMA is curated by Fallen Fruit—David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young—and LACMA curator Michele Urton.
EATLACMA was organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and made possible by a Museum and Community Connections Grant from MetLife Foundation. Additional support was provided by the Ralph M. Parsons Fund.
The Gardens of LACMA
Promiscuous Production: Breeding is Bittersweet
The National Bitter Melon Council (south of Japanese Pavilion)
The Way Potatoes Go
Åsa Sonjasdotter (between Art of the Americas and Ahmanson buildings)
Didier Hess (east of Pavilion for Japanese Art)
Islands of LA Presents Roots of Compromise
Karen Atkinson, John Burtle, Ari Kletzky, and the collective Owen Driggs (traffic island, Wilshire Blvd. and S. Curson Ave.)
Public Fruit Theater
Fallen Fruit—David Burns, Austin Young, and Matias Viegener (6th St. and Fairfax Ave.; opening November 7, 2010)
Bldg 209: Garden Folly / Indexical Strawberry Flag, 2010
Lauren Bon and Metabolic Studios (Times Mirror Courtyard, Los Angeles VA Hospital)
Group RulesLACMA invites interested parties to submit photographs that include, reference, or are inspired by EATLACMA.
By submitting photos to this group, you warrant and represent that:
• Your photo is your own original work and you alone own copyright to your photo. No other party has any right, title, claim or interest in your photo and publication or display of your photo does not violate or infringe another person's rights.
If LACMA determines in its sole discretion that any of the above warranties or representations has been breached or that a photo submitted is of an obscene nature, LACMA reserves the right to reject the photo and to remove or delete the photo from any display.
- Members can post 100 things to the pool each day.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe