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Martin Gantman is a Los Angeles based artist and writer who has exhibited internationally in such venues as AC Direct Gallery and the Alternative Museum, New York; A.R.C. Gallery, Chicago; Kristi Engle Gallery, HAUS, POST, in Los Angeles; Werkstadt Berlin, Galerie Merkel, Whylen, Germany; Artetica, Rome and Viareggio, Italy; and La Coruna, Spain.  His multi-faceted undertaking, “Empire,” was recently exhibited at the Torrance Art Museum in Torrance, California; and he is presently exhibiting a recently completed project, “Intersections,” at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts. He will show his current project, “Worldview,” in April, at Another Year in L.A Gallery.

His published work includes, “See you when we get home.” a project for Art Journal magazine. As well recent published writings include: “The Irresolute Potential in the Unimagined Possibility,” “Swingin’ in the Slammer,” “The Word Was Charm,” “DuSable Park: An archeology,” “Notes on the Oddness of Things,” and “Mapping the Lost Idea.” He also co-edited “Benjamin’s Blind Spot: Walter Benjamin and the Premature Death of Aura” for the Institute of Cultural Inquiry, distributed by DAP Publications in 2001.

His project, “The Odalisque Suite,” was presented at the College Art Association annual conference in New York in 2000; and, at the 2012 conference in Los Angeles, he chaired a panel session entitled: Tracking the Movement of Investigatory Art.

Martin Gantman

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