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Artist Talk: Liz Glynn at LACMA

September 8, 2019 | 2 - 3 pm

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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Join Liz Glynn as she speaks about Frank Stella’s relationship to the epic, along with the quixotic history of individual artists taking on giant, existential subjects, as part of LACMA’s programming for the exhibition Frank Stella: Selections from the Permanent Collection.

Through participatory performances, large-scale installations, sculptural objects, and intimate interactions, Glynn uses historical narratives to explore cycles of growth, decay, and regeneration. In 2013, Glynn’s [de-]lusions of grandeur: monumentality and other myths was comprised of a cycle of five performances considering issues of scale, temporality, and human ambition in relation to LACMA’s permanent collection.