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David Ratcliff


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Exhibition: April 23-May 29, 2016
Mitsubishi-Jisho ATRIUM

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October 23, 2013

David Ratcliff in Annual Magazine


David Ratcliff is one of the featured artists in the 6th issue of Annual Magazine.

Annual Magazine

August 27, 2011

David Ratcliff at Torrance Art Museum

The Unseen
Curated by Adela Leibowitz
Main Gallery
September 17 - October 29, 2011
Opening: September 17, 6 - 9 pm

Documenting esoteric symbols in contemporary art

Additional artists include: Noah Becker, Michelle Blade, Jonathan Cammisa and Nathan Caswell, Waltcassidy, Center For Tactical Magic, Martha Colburn, Valie Export, Francesca Gabbiani, Sayre Gomez, Frank Haines, Michelle Handelman, Emily Noelle Lambert, Adela Leibowitz, Kirt Markle, Josh Peters, Kembrapfahler and Katrina Del Mar, Shalop, Breyer P-Orridge, Yuval Pudik, Carolyn Salas, Kristen Schiele and Harry Smith

May 05, 2011

David Ratcliff at Team Gallery

Team Gallery is pleased to inaugurate its second space with a solo presentation by Los Angeles based painter David Ratcliff. The exhibition, entitled Portraits and Ghosts, will run from the 5th of May through the 11th of June 2011. Teamís second space is located at 47 Wooster Street, cross streets Grand and Broome, on the ground floor. Our 83 Grand Street space will concurrently house an exhibition by Berlin based artist Jakob Kolding.

May 01, 2011

David Ratcliff in ArtForum

Given David Ratcliff's predilection for monochromatic, stenciled paintings—museum-ready pieces augmented by the facture of punk graphics—comparing this California-based painter to an inveterate New York artist like Christopher Woolseems like a clean fit. When one settles for such an easy comparison, though, where does that leave Ratcliff's hometown of Los Angeles—a city whose visual culture, thanks to its global entertainment industry, also stands in for America's?