1. Euphoria Left the Room, curated by Judith Schwarzbart (curator of the Copenhagen Quadrennial: U-TURN), is an exhibition addressing the sense of creativity and visionary imagination, which throughout the 20th century was set free through experimentation and what-if scenarios governed by the “if anything was possible” logic commonly displayed in Sci-fi literature and film. This exhibition wishes to question what fragments of this avant-garde thinking and visual experimentation are still at work in contemporary art practice.

    November 21 – December 12, 2009

    This exhibition contains work by artists and architects based in Copenhagen, Berlin, London, & Vienna:

    Jacob Dahl Jürgensen / London
    Ferdinand Ahm Krag / Copenhagen
    Ann Lislegaard / Copenhagen
    Maria Loboda / Berlin
    Tommy Støckel / Berlin/Copenhagen
    Florian Zeyfang / Berlin
    Lisa Schmidt-Colinet / Vienna
    Alexander Schmöger / Vienna

    Opening Reception: Saturday, November 21st, 2009 | 7-10pm

    Complimentary Valet & Open Bar

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  2. Vice, the international arts and culture magazine distributed and published in more than 22 countries, came to Scion’s Installation L.A. Gallery for the ninth annual Vice Photo Show.

    This behind-the-scenes video features interviews with curator Amy Kellner, Jamie Lee Curtis Taete and Maggie Lee.

    Best known for documenting youthful excess, questionable street fashion and powerful scenes of political unrest around the world, Vice presented this exhibition in conjunction with “The 2009 Vice Magazine Photo Issue” and was curated by the magazine’s managing editor Amy Kellner. The acclaimed annual edition has previously featured works from Terry Richardson, Ryan McGinley, Richard Kern, Jerry Hsu, Rennie Ellis and many others.

    This year's exhibition featured Vice contributors Jamie Lee Curtis Taete, Maggie Lee, and former Vice photo editor, Tim Barber.

    Jamie Lee Curtis Taete is a 24-year-old English photographer whose candid images provoke intense reactions, often ranging from awe to disgust. His work has been featured in Vice, Chief, PerezHilton.com and The Guardian, and has been shown in Mexico, France, Britain, North America and Japan as part of the Tiny Vices traveling exhibition. Taete is a Vice UK staff photographer and maintains a photo blog at jamietaete.com.

    Maggie Lee is a zine-maker, Pratt graduate and Vice staff photographer who has developed a chronological archive of her 21 years through captured light and photocopies. Lee has shown her work in New York, New Zealand and Australia and has recently exhibited her Frenching zine at the New Museum’s “Younger Than Jesus” show.

    Tim Barber, a photographer, curator, publisher, designer and former Vice Magazine photo editor runs the online gallery TinyVices.com. Founded in 2005, the site reflects various approaches to photography and allows emerging and underexposed artists to upload their work onto the influential platform. For this exhibition, Barber will personally install a selection of works from the site.

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  3. The annual Flux Super 8 showcase celebrated eight of the most exciting and emerging filmmakers, video artists, and design collectives from around the world. The inaugural Flux Super 8 launched at the SCION Installation Gallery where each artist developed site-specific installations created for the exhibition.

    Featuring
    The Blackheart Gang (Cape Town, South Africa)
    Max Erdenberger (Portland, USA)
    Saam Farahmand (London, UK)
    Miwa Matreyek (Los Angeles, USA)
    Sophie Gateau (Paris, France)
    Terri Timely (San Francisco, USA)
    United Visual Artists (London, UK)
    YesYesNo (Amsterdam + New York)

    For more information and content visit us at scionav.com/art/installationlosangeles.

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  4. "Infinity" is a group exhibition of artists whose practices or aesthetics relate to the many facets of the infinite. The Vastness of this concept will be explored through painting, drawing, photography, and 3D multi-media installation. The subject matter as well as the medium will vary greatly. Some artists work may be a more literal representation of this subject, suggestive of such things as mathematics, space, time, technology, abstraction, pattern, or repetition, while others have chosen to address the opposite or "finite", such as fragility, mortality, the temporary, and even doomsday scenarios.

    The show features original work by:

    Ryan Travis Christian
    Richard Colman (appears courtesy of New Image Art, LA)
    N. Dash
    Noah Davis (appears courtesy of Roberts and Tilton, LA)
    Chris Duncan (appears courtesy of Baer Ridgeway, SF)
    Andres Guerrero
    Joseph Hart
    Andy Diaz Hope (appears courtesy of Catherine Clark, SF)
    Xylor Jane (appears courtesy of CANADA, NYC)
    Butt Johnson (appears courtesy of CRG gallery, NYC)
    Chris Natrop (appears courtesy of Taylor de Cordoba, LA)
    Aaron Noble
    Hilary Pecis (appears courtesy of Triple Base Gallery, SF)
    Andrew Schoultz (appears courtesy of Roberts and Tilton, LA)
    Ryan Wallace (appears courtesy of Envoy Enterprises, NYC)

    Opening Reception is Saturday, October 10th, from 7-10pm.

    Free Valet and Beverages will be provided.

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  5. Exclusive interview with Scion Installation 5 participating artist: Todd Tourso. Bid NOW on his self portrait at artnet.com/scion.html.

    100% of the proceeds from the Installation 5 online art auction will go to support Creative Capital. Auction closes Sept 30th. More information on the tour at scion.com/installation

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Dedicated to fostering independent artistic expression, Scion Installation L.A. is a space that allows artists to explore their creative visions. The Scion Space hosts art shows and art-related events for cutting-edge urban artists across


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SCION SPACE
Dedicated to fostering independent artistic expression, Scion Installation L.A. is a space that allows artists to explore their creative visions. The Scion Space hosts art shows and art-related events for cutting-edge urban artists across the globe.

Previous exhibits include: Special Relationship curated by Scrawl Collective, Love Will Bring Us Apart Again curated by Apart, Nomadaz A Mediterranean Art Connection curated by Pablo Aravena, The Haley Collective: Travel & Document, Vice Photo Show curated by Tim Barber, Insiders, Outsiders, & the Middle curated by Giant Robot, The Art of Music curated by Ill-Studio, Tokyo Nonsense curated by Gabriel Ritter, Big Geezers curated by The London Police.

For more information on our past, current and upcoming exhibitions please visit: scion.com/space

SCION INSTALLATION FIVE
The fifth installment of Scion's Installation Art Tour. The program is designed to give exposure to both established and emerging artists. Installation 5: Self Portraits highlights a diverse array of artists from around the world and will visit nine cities: Detroit, Miami, Phoenix, Washington DC, Minneapolis, New York, San Jose, Philadelphia, Portland and Los Angeles.

Launched in 2003, Scion Installation is a revolutionary art tour affirming the brand's ongoing commitment to support independent artistic expression and featuring work from an unprecedented collective of contemporary artists, designers and photographers. Previous participants include: Andre from Paris, Gary Baseman, Freddi C, Mr. Cartoon, Crash, David Ellis, Daze, Blaine Fontana, Sam Flores, Futura, Mike Giant, James Jean, Caia Koopman, Krush, Mel Kadel, Mear One, Travis Millard, Andy Mueller, Andrew Pommier, Ricky Powell, Rammellzee, Rostarr, Kenny Scharf, Wearesupervision, Chris Yormick and many others.

For more information on the tour, the artists, the artwork and details from past tours please visit: scion.com/installation

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