Summer Series: Julia Phillips
Aug 3, 2023 12:30PM -1:30PM MST
In Conversation with Douglas Fogle
Summer Series: Featured Artists and Conversations are free and open to the public. Registration is appreciated.
Summer Series: Featured Artists and Conversations are made possible by the generous support of the following sponsors:
Special thanks to the following individuals whose generosity helps to support the Summer Series programming:
- Rona and Jeff Citrin
- Eleanore and Domenico De Sole
- Sherry and Joe Felson
- Liza and Jon Mauck
- Katie and Amnon Rodan
- Reginald and Leigh Smith
Julia Phillips (b. 1985) was born in Hamburg and lives and works in Chicago and Berlin. She has had one-person exhibitions at MoMA PS1 in New York and the Kunstverein Braunschweig in Germany, and was featured in the Berlin Biennial and the New Museum Triennial. Her work has been shown at museums including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museu de Arte de São Paulo, and the Studio Museum in Harlem. Her work was included in the upcoming 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, “The Milk of Dreams”, and her first public artwork commission, an interactive multimedia installation titled Observer, Observed will remain on view on the NY High Line / 26th Street until August 2023.
In addition to being Anderson Ranch’s Curator-in-Residence, Douglas Fogle is an independent curator and writer based in Los Angeles. He is cofounder of the curatorial office STUDIO LBV. His most recent exhibitions include Luisa Lambri: Autoritratto, Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, Milan (2021); Shio Kusaka, Neutra VDL Studio and Residences, Los Angeles (2020); Mike Kelley: Fortress of Solitude for NEON Foundation, Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens (2017–18); and Andy Warhol: Dark Star, Museo Jumex, Mexico City (2017). Fogle has held curatorial positions at a number of institutions, including the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, where he was Deputy Director, Exhibitions and Programs and chief curator (2009–12); the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, where he was curator of contemporary art and organized Life on Mars, The 55 th Carnegie International (2008); and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, where he was a curator in the Visual Arts Department and curated a number of exhibitions including The Last Picture Show: Artists Using Photography, 1962–1984 (2003) and Painting at the Edge of the World (2001). He has also contributed essays to numerous artist monographs. Douglas is excited about working with an institution that puts the creative process at its core. He loves that the Ranch’s programs help people understand the importance and the impact of putting art out into the world. He will curate the Ranch’s Summer Series: Featured Artists & Conversations program, bringing artists’ visions to our community and, though his extensive network, be an ambassador for the Ranch on a worldwide stage.
Aug 3, 2023 12:30PM -1:30PM MST
While You're On Campus
The Ranch Café
The Ranch Café is closed to the public from October through May. The Café offers a wide variety of freshly made food and beverage options during select months of the year.
This gallery space on the Anderson Ranch campus is home to contemporary and rustic ranch architectural elements and provides the backdrop for rotating exhibitions throughout the year.
Gallery Hours (October – May):
Monday – Thursday, 10AM-3PM