No. 305: Carolina Miranda on PST: LA/LA, Leyla Cárdenas

Episode No. 305 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features journalist Carolina Miranda and artist Leyla Cárdenas.

Carolina Miranda is a journalist at the Los Angeles Times. She joins host Tyler Green to preview “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA,” a Getty Foundation-funded series of exhibitions, catalogues and events across southern California. Miranda has already written several stories advancing PST exhibitions, including:

Among the exhibitions she and Green discuss are:

On the second segment artist Leyla Cárdenas discusses her recent work, especially Excision (2012), which is included in “Home — So Different, So Appealing” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. It is the first PST: LA/LA show to open. Curated by Chon Noriega, Pilar Tompkins Rivas and Mari Carmen Ramirez, it will remain on view through October 15, when it will travel to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Cárdenas is a Colombia-based artist whose work explores how history can be found in the physical spaces within built environments. She’s had solo shows this year at her gallery in Bogota and at Dimensions Variable in Miami. She’s been included in recent group shows such as the Orange County Museum of Art triennial, and “The Materialitiy of the Invisible,”  which is now on view at several locations in Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Air date: September 7, 2017.


Leyla Cárdenas, Excision, 2012.

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