Created 1989 Acquired 19896
Text on canvas
Exhibited Laguna Art Museum 1998-9 "Life Lessons: How Art Can Change Your Life"
This banner was made to hang outside LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), a venerable alternative art space, when it was located in the industrial district of downtown. An exhibition of work by Ana Mendieta had just closed. Ana Mendieta herself had died (violently, in a fall from a building) at a young age just a few years before. So this is a somber memorial, a grave marker: the death of an exhibition and the death of an artist, which Boskovich can readily identify with, and so, he suggests, should we.
"Exh:Laguna Art Museum, 1998-9, 'Life Lessons; ...'"
Artist's Current Listing
Created 1987 Acquired 19881
Portrait of the Artist and His Mother
Created 1986 Acquired 1987
Self Portrait (cup)
Created 1992-3? Acquired 19920000/3
Created 1989 Acquired 19901
Self-Portrait [(King Theodore)]
Created 198700 Acquired 198980
Thou Still Unravish'd Bride of Quietness
Created 1987 Acquired 19879
Will The Lake Remember He Who Is Reflected On It?
Created 1989 Acquired 19956