Andrea Zittel’s current exhibition at the Geffen Contemporary Gallery, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA:
The first comprehensive United States survey of the work of American artist Andrea Zittel, the exhibition focuses on the artist’s investigation of fundamental aspects of contemporary domestic and urban life in Western society. The exhibition features approximately 21 living units and environments, including two site-specific installations that examine Zittel’s working process as an artist, designer, engineer, consultant, and advocate, as well as activities she brings together in her work and practices under her corporate identity, A-Z Administrative Services. Co-organized by the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, the exhibition is curated by Contemporary Arts Museum Curator Paola Morsiani and The New Museum Curator Trevor Smith. MOCA’s presentation is coordinated by MOCA Curator of Architecture & Design Brooke Hodge.
Jerry Saltz on Andrea Zittel in The Village Voice here.