Prospect.3 Biennial Artists Announced

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Prospect.3 artistic director Franklin Sirmans. (Photo: Julia Galdo)
Prospect.3 artistic director Franklin Sirmans. (Photo: Julia Galdo)

Prospect.3, the quasi-biennial exhibition that takes place in and around New Orleans, has announced the 58 artists and collectives who will be included in this year’s survey, scheduled for October 25, 2014 through January 25, 2015. This iteration is curated by Franklin Sirmans, contemporary curator at the Los Angles County Museum of Art, who has titled the round-up “Prospect.3: Notes for Now.”

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Among the international, national, and local artists, a number of them are from or living in the South, including Lonnie Holley, Kerry James Marshall, McArthur Binion, Charles Gaines, Alma Thomas, Sophie T. Lvoff, and Tameka Norris.

The complete list of artists:

Zarouhie Abdalian (b. 1982) USA (New Orleans)
Terry Adkins (1953-2014) USA
Manal Al Dowayan (b. 1973) SAUDI ARABIA
Tarsila do Amaral (1886-1973) BRAZIL
Firelei Báez (b. 1981) DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Shigeru Ban (b. 1957) JAPAN
Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) USA
Zarina Bhimji (b. 1963) UGANDA
McArthur Binion (b. 1946) USA
Douglas Bourgeois (b. 1951) USA (New Orleans)
Mohamed Bourouissa (b. 1978) ALGERIA
Frederick J. Brown (1945-2012) USA
Huguette Caland (b. 1931) LEBANON
Keith Calhoun (b. 1957) USA (New Orleans)
Mary Ellen Carroll (b. 1961) USA
Ed Clark (b. 1926) USA (New Orleans)
Thomas Joshua Cooper (b. 1946) USA
William Cordova (b. 1971) PERU
Liu Ding (b. 1976) CHINA
Monir Farmanfarmaian (b. 1923) IRAN
Andrea Fraser (b.1965) USA
Charles Gaines (b. 1944) USA
Theaster Gates (b. 1973) USA
Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) FRANCE
Jeffrey Gibson (b. 1972) USA
Piero Golia (b. 1974) ITALY
Camille Henrot (b. 1978) FRANCE
Lonnie Holley (b. 1950) USA
Pieter Hugo (b. 1976) SOUTH AFRICA
Yun-Fei Ji (b. 1963) CHINA
Remy Jungerman (b. 1959) SURINAME
Glenn Kaino (b. 1972) USA
Lucia Koch (b. 1966) BRAZIL
Hew Locke (b. 1959) UNITED KINGDOM
Los Jaichackers: Julio Cesar Morales (b. 1966) MEXICO and Eamon Ore-Girón  (b. 1973) USA
Sophie T. Lvoff (b. 1986) USA (New Orleans)
Antonio Vega Macotela (b. 1980) MEXICO
Kerry James Marshall (b. 1955) USA
Chandra McCormick (b. 1957) USA (New Orleans)
Tameka Norris (b. 1979) GUAM/USA (New Orleans) with Garrett Bradley (b. 1986) USA (New Orleans)
Akosua Adoma Owusu (b. 1984) USA
Ebony G. Patterson (b. 1981) JAMAICA
Hayal Pozanti (b. 1983) TURKEY
The Propeller Group: Phunam (b. 1974) VIETNAM; Matt Lucero (b. 1976) USA; Tuan Andrew Nguyen        (b. 1976) VIETNAM; with Christopher Myers (b. 1974) USA
Pushpamala N. (b. 1956) INDIA
Joe Ray (b. 1944) USA
Will Ryman (b. 1969) USA
Analia Saban (b. 1980) ARGENTINA
Lisa Sigal (b. 1962) USA
Gary Simmons (b. 1960) USA
Herbert Singleton (1945-2007) USA (New Orleans)
Lucien Smith (b. 1989) USA
Tavares Strachan (b. 1979) BAHAMAS
Agus Suwage (b. 1959) INDONESIA
Alma Thomas (1891-1978) USA
Antonio Vega Macotela (b. 1980) MEXICO
Carrie Mae Weems (b. 1953) USA
Entang Wiharso (b. 1967) INDONESIA
David Zink Yi (b. 1973) PERU

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