Jason Rhoades, Four Roads
through December 29, 2013
Jason Rhoades, Four Roads will be the first major American museum exhibition of the work of this exceptional artist who died in 2006 at the age of 41. Rhoades lived and worked in Los Angeles, however his art has been little seen in the United States until now.
A video lounge on ICA's mezzanine, More Rhoades, will provide additional context for Rhoades's vast body of work. The films on display feature the artist conversing, explaining, and storytelling in his studio, while driving, and during the installation process for several exhibitions, including the Liverpool Biennial, 2002. Watch the eight videos online.
Jason Rhoades, Four Roads is among the most ambitious exhibitions ICA has ever presented. A catalogue co-published with Delmonico/Prestel will accompany the show.
This exhibition is made possible by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.
ICA thanks Hauser & Wirth and David Zwirner for their sponsorship and in-kind contributions.
Additional funding is provided by Julie L. & Lawrence J. Bernstein, Cheri S. & Steven M. Friedman, Kirk Kirkpatrick, Barbara O. & Richard S. Lane, C. Christine Nichols, Norma & Lawrence S. Reichlin, Bradford L. Schlei, Mari & Peter L. Shaw, Patricia B. & Howard A. Silverstein, Babette L. & Harvey A. Snyder, and Meredith L. & Bryan S. Verona. Programming associated with this exhibition is supported by the Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation. The exhibition tour is supported by The Chodorow Exhibition Initiative Fund. Marketing is supported by Lisa A. & Steven A. Tananbaum.
image: Jason Rhoades, The White Piece (from Cherry Makita), 2013, mixed media. Installation view. Photo: Aaron Igler/Greenhouse Media.