*Exhibition continues through Sunday, August 26
We’re experiencing a crisis of separation in our country. We are separating families at the border. We are separating our communities over class, gender, and ethnicity. Alliance of Visual Artists (AVA) and Tin Flats present, Separation, a group show fueled by the crisis unfolding at our borders. AVA has invited artists to respond to the current administration and the injustices that are being carried out in our failed democracy.
Alliance of Visual Artists (AVA) is a Los Angeles based feminist collective interested in identifying and sharing resources with underserved artists. Our mission is to foster community among local artists to inspire action, opportunities and platforms to network, learn, educate, and empower.
Tin Flats is an artist-run space founded on a desire to foster artistic practice, collaboration, dialogue, exhibition, and community. Located in a former chromium-plating factory by the LA River in the Frogtown neighborhood of Los Angeles, the 10,000-square-foot building houses the studios of five artists: Conor Fields, Andrea Marie Breiling, Chandler McWilliams, Stephen Neidich, and Isabel Yellin; a communal workshop; and an artist residency in partnership with The Underground Museum. Tin Flats was founded in 2017 by Stephen Neidich.
- Image Credit: Thinh Nguyen wi are fæməli