Morán Morán

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Morán Morán is a contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles. It was founded in 2008 as OHWOW[1], and was later named Moran Bondaroff. The gallery began as an alliance of artists and curators, presenting various exhibitions, happenings,[2] and publications[3] before evolving into what it is today.

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Morán Morán exhibits work in a variety of media including: painting, drawing, installation, video, photography and sculpture.

Previous group exhibitions have featured work by artists including Rita Ackermann, Tauba Auerbach, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Peter Coffin, Dan Colen, Harmony Korine, Nate Lowman, Ryan McGinley, Mariah Robertson, Amanda Ross-Ho, Shinique Smith, Dash Snow, and Jessica Stockholder.

As of spring 2011, Morán Morán opened a gallery location in Los Angeles, designed by New York City architect Rafael de Cárdenas.[4]

Founded in 2012, Know Wave (operating out of New York City, Los Angeles, London, and Tokyo) is an international community platform that promotes expression through music, interviews, publications, and happenings.[5]

Former partner Aaron Bondaroff resigned from the gallery in February 2018 after multiple accusations of inappropriate sexual behavior towards women.[6] At this time, the gallery's name was changed from Morán Bondaroff to Morán Morán.

Artists[edit]

The gallery program currently includes:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Zara, Janelle. For the Former OHWOW Gallery’s First Outing, a Provocative Show The New York Times, September 5, 2015.
  2. ^ Ortfed, John. Curating a Downtown Scene The New York Times, November 17, 2010.
  3. ^ Maine, Stephen. Untitled Photographs by Tim Barber Art in America, December, 2011.
  4. ^ Goldstein, Andrew M. OHWOW Gallery Goes West, Expanding to Los Angeles Art Info, March 23, 2011.
  5. ^ "iD Magazine Know Wave". iD. Retrieved 7 October 2016. 
  6. ^ "Art Dealer Aaron Bondaroff Resigns From His LA Gallery Amid Accusations of Inappropriate Sexual Behavior". Artnet. Retrieved 7 October 2016. 

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