The paintings are always coming up and down, up against the wall or down on the floor, sometimes they go up upside down or different things happen because they’re being moved or moved around the studio. This helps me see things or get ideas for other paintings. There’s all this shifting going [on], it’s not like the paintings stay statically in one place the whole time while I make them. — Rebecca Morris*
Join Morris and ICA LA’s Asuka Hisa for a personal tour of the exhibition REBECCA MORRIS: 2001–2022. A reception with light refreshments and bites will follow the closing-weekend walkthrough.
REBECCA MORRIS ON REBECCA MORRIS: 2001–2022
Friday, January 13, at 7 pm
1717 East 7th Street, downtown Los Angeles
*Rebecca Morris, artist talk in conjunction with the 2019 exhibition Rebecca Morris: The Ache of Bright, Blaffer Art Museum, Houston. Text © Rebecca Morris.
Also watch Rebecca Morris and Jamillah James in conversation at MCA Chicago.
Rebecca Morris, from top: Untitled (#01-22), 2022; Rebecca Morris, photograph courtesy of Flying Studio and ICA LA; Rebecca Morris: 2001–2022, Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, October 1, 2022–January 15, 2023, installation view; Rebecca Morris: 2001–2022, ICA LA, installation view, featuring Untitled (#03-20), 2020 (left) and Untitled (#04-18); Rebecca Morris: 2001–2022, ICA LA, installation view; Untitled (#09-05), 2005.
ICA LA installation view photographs (3) by Jeff McLane, courtesy ICA LA.
Artwork images © Rebecca Morris, courtesy the artist; Bortolami, New York; Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago; and Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin.