Karla Klarin: Subdividing the Landscape at Northridge Art Galleries

California State University, Northridge Art Galleries is proud to present the exhibition, Karla Klarin: Subdividing the LAndscape, which surveys for the first time Karla Klarin’s career-long fascination with the unheroic, overlooked, and quotidian landscapes of an imperfect yet beloved city.

Karla Klarin Natalie's House #4, 2014

Karla Klarin Natalie’s House #4, 2014

Raised in the San Fernando Valley, and one of the first artists to live and work in Downtown L.A. in the 1970s, Klarin’s paintings and constructions offer important images of a city in transition that defy cliché and stereotype.

The Art Galleries at California State University, Northridge, are the major art exhibition space in the San Fernando Valley. Serving the University campus, the San Fernando Valley, and the greater Southern California communities, the Art Galleries offer an exhibition program that reflects the extraordinary diversity of the art world today and of our many audiences. Through a program of innovative and often provocative exhibitions, the galleries utilize regional resources to give fresh perspectives on international art and the broad interrelationships of today’s visual world.

Exhibition Dates: Monday August 29 – Saturday October 8, 2016

Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday 12pm-4pm, Thursday 12pm-8pm

Reception: Saturday September 10 from 4-7pm

CSUN Art Galleries 18111 Nordhoff Street; Northridge, California 91330-8299

Gallery Contact: Erika Ostrander, 818-677-2156, [email protected]

Website: http://www.csun.edu/mike-curb-arts-media-communication/art-galleries