With Drawn Arms
Exhibition: On view September 29–January 6, 2018
The High Museum of Art
A Shout Within a Storm
Exhibition: On view November 17, 2017–April 22, 2018
Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati
Hammer Museum Makes Three
New Board Appointments
By Alex Greenberger
August 28, 2017
Tomoo Gokita, Glenn Kaino
Third Space /shifting conversations about contemporary art
Exhibition: January 28, 2017 – January 6, 2019
Birmingham Museum of Art
Los Angeles Times
International Art Invades the
Suburban Coachella Valley: The Best of 'Desert X'
By Christopher Knight
March 9, 2017
Glenn Kaino's Hollow Earth
Location: Ave 42 & Golf Center Pkwy, Indo
Exhibition: February 25–April 30, 2017
Conversations: Desert X Preview
Wednesday, November 30, 2016, 7:30pm
Glenn Kaino, Kaz Oshiro, Ry Rocklen, Mario Ybarra Jr., Brenna Youngblood
A New Crop of Artists Re-create
a Famed 1968 LACMA Photograph
By Bob Colacello
Glenn Kaino, Ry Rocklen, Mario Ybarra Jr., Brenna Youngblood
L.A. Exuberance: New Gifts by Artists
Exhibition: October 30, 2016–April 2, 2017
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Glenn Kaino, Mario Ybarra Jr.
K.A.M.P. (Kids' Art Museum Project)
Sunday, May 22, 10am-2pm
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
In & Of Itself
May 3 - June 26, 2016
Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater
FOCUS: Glenn Kaino
Exhibition: January 30-April 17, 2016
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Exhibition: April 17-June 6, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, April 17, 6-9pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, April 18, 2pm
Top 10 Booths at the Armory Show 2015
By Rozalia Jovanovic
March 6, 2015
Los Angeles Times
Object Lesson: A space-time wormhole by
Glenn Kaino at Honor Fraser
By Carolina A. Miranda
January 27, 2015
Come as You Are: Art of the 1990s
February 8-May 17, 2015
Montclair Art Museum
Digital Studies Symposium with Glenn Kaino
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
USC School of Cinematic Arts
Glenn Kaino discusses his latest installation
for Prospect New Orleans
By Paige K. Bradley
October 24, 2014
Glenn Kaino Is Inspired As Much by Ferguson
As A Bottle Of Opus One
By Eileen Kinsella
October 24, 2014
New York Times
In New Orleans, a Biennial on the 3-Year Plan
By Ted Loos
Artist Glenn Kaino On Ferguson, Equality And
Tommie Smith's Iconic Salute
By Ann Binlot
Join L.A.-based contemporary artists Glenn Kaino and Corey Lynn Calter and their daughters this month to explore the many possibilities of wax. In this 45-minute workshop, Kaino, Calter, and daughters Sadie and Stella guide participants in experimentations with colored wax, including crayons, discovering firsthand the transformative properties of this material.
Los Angeles has commissioned artist Glenn Kaino to create a major public artwork as part of the Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project. Also known as the Sixth Street Bridge, the Sixth Street Viaduct is one of 14 historic structures crossing the Los Angeles River, bridging the city's arts district and the neighborhood of Boyle Heights.
Benefit & Launch Party for The Mistake Room
Glenn Kaino in Aljazeera America
1968 Black Power salute: From high emotion to high art
By Ann Binlot
More than four decades later, Smith's raised fist is back in the spotlight as the subject of Los Angeles-based artist Glenn Kaino's conceptual work "Bridge," which debuted at Expo Chicago. On Sept. 21, Smith, Kaino and Los Angeles County Museum of Art contemporary curator Franklin Sirmans participated in a talk on Smith's historic gesture and Kaino's tribute, mere feet from the display.
Glenn Kaino in The Voyage, or Three Years at Sea Part VI at Charles H. Scott Gallery
The Voyage, or Three Years at Sea Part VI is the final chapter in an exhibition series that explores our relationship to the sea. Los Angeles-based artist Glenn Kaino has produced a body of work based on the Turkish pirate and cartographer Piri Reis, who, during the first part of the sixteenth century, created detailed maps and charts, including some of the earliest of the Americas.
Glenn Kaino in 12th Biennale de Lyon
Artists in The Aspen Art Museum's ArtCrush
Works by Rosson Crow, Glenn Kaino, Erik Parker, Kenny Scharf and Alexis Smith will be included in The Aspen Art Museum's ArtCrush benefit auction, Friday, August 2, 2013. Preview the work on Paddle8.com.
Glenn Kaino at Pittsburgh International Airport
Glenn Kaino fabricated "Arch" as a temporary work commissioned for Pittsburgh's 250th birthday celebration in 2008. The Transformer-like sculpture is made of steel and fiberglass and stood twenty feet tall overlooking the river at PNC Park, before it was removed for restoration in 2011. It has since been repaired and relocated to the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Pittsburgh International Airport
1000 Airport Blvd
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 15231
Glenn Kaino 'Arch' will be displayed at Pittsburgh International Airport
The Allegheny County Airport Authority has approved placement of Glenn Kaino's Arch for display at Pittsburgh International Airport. Currently Arch is undergoing restoration work and will likely be placed in the Landside Terminal of Pittsburgh International Airport this spring, in time to be a welcoming site for the major national convention for Americans for the Arts set for Pittsburgh June 14, 2013.
Arch was commissioned to celebrate Pittsburgh's 250th Anniversary as part of a larger initiative. The sculpture possesses both large scale visual impact and intimate detail, lending itself to different levels of interest depending on where the viewer is located.
Glenn Kaino nominated for Smithsonian Contemporary Artist Award
Smithsonian Announces Nominees for Contemporary Artist Award
August 7, 2012
The Smithsonian American Art Museum announced today the nominees for its contemporary artist award, established in 2001 to recognize an artist younger than 50 who has produced a significant body of work and consistently demonstrates exceptional creativity. The 15 nominees are Matthew Buckingham, Kathy Butterly, Christina Fernandez, Amy Franceschini, Rachel Harrison, Oliver Herring, Glenn Kaino, Sowon Kwon, Ruben Ortiz-Torres, Jaime Permuth, Will Ryman, Ryan Trecartin, Mark Tribe, Mary Simpson and Sara VanDerBeek. Nominated artists work in a diverse range of media, including painting, sculpture, photography, film and video.
August 7, 2012
Glenn Kaino in Flash Art
Honor Fraser - Los Angeles
By Clayton Campbell
Glenn Kaino's recent exhibition at Honor Fraser is something of a wonder. The elaborate project fills the gallery and is set up in various sections, each fascinating in its own right. The challenge for the artist was whether the work would function as a spectacular unified effort, or be received as disparate yet compelling objects bound by critical theory inadvertently obscuring the artist's intentions.
Glenn Kaino will represent the U.S. at Cairo Biennale
Glenn Kaino will represent the U.S. at the 13th annual Cairo Biennale, which runs from Dec. 2012 to Feb. 2013. Cesar Garcia, chief curator and associate director at LAXART in Los Angeles, has been appointed as the biennale's U.S. Commissioner.
Glenn Kaino Review in LA Times
Charting Another Direction: Glenn Kaino at Honor Fraser
By Holly Myers
"Bring Me the Hands of Piri Reis," the title of
Glenn Kaino's first gallery show in several years,
at Honor Fraser, refers to a 16th century Turkish
cartographer known for having made one of the
earliest extant maps of the Americas. In a series
called "Knowledge Transfer," Kaino makes inkjet
transfer reproductions from Piri Reis' maps but
intervenes before the prints have dried to
smudge and smear the pigment with his hands,
thus obscuring and distorting geographical
delineations Columbus, sought to define the
shape of the then-rapidly expanding world."
Glenn Kaino at Art Basel Miami Beach
Glenn Kaino: Levitating The Fair (The Flying Merchant Ship)
Wednesday, Nov 30 7:00p - 11:00pm
Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, FL
Los Angeles-based artist Glenn Kaino will present his art installation at Art Public for Art Basel Miami Beach on Wednesday, November 30, 2011. This year, Art Basel Miami Beach is collaborating with the Bass Museum of Art located in Collins Park where Kaino's artwork will be presented (2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL).
Glenn Kaino at the Hammer
Lunchtime Art Talks
November 30, 2011
Lunchtime Art Talks take place every Wednesday at 12:30pm. The Hammer's curatorial department leads free and insightful 15-minute talks about works of art currently on view or from museum collections. This talk will be led by Allison Agsten, curator, Public Engagement.
Glenn Kaino at The Hammer Museum
October 15, 2011 - January 15, 2012
In 2005, the Hammer launched an exciting initiative to build a collection of contemporary art through both purchases and gifts. Acknowledging the breadth of mediums engaged by contemporary artists, this growing collection is comprised of works in drawing, film, painting, photography, sculpture, and video.
Glenn Kaino in The Art Newspaper
By Yasmine Mohseni
October 2011 No. 228, p. 48
When Glenn Kaino thought the art world was getting too obsessed with money, he retreated into the realm of magic
Glenn Kaino at The Kitchen
Experiments from The [Space] Between
Featuring artist Glenn Kaino and magician Derek DelGaudio
Wednesday, October 5th -- Thursday, October 6th
On Wednesday and Thursday, October 5-6, The Kitchen will present a performance by A.Bandit, an experimental performance art group featuring Los Angeles-based visual artist Glenn Kaino and magician Derek DelGaudio. Titled Experiments from The [Space] Between, the show mixes magical experiments with elements of music, film, and video. A.Bandit will be joined by special guest China Chow. Performances will take place at 8:00 PM at The Kitchen (512 West 19th Street). Tickets are $12.
Alexandra Grant, Annie Lapin, and Glenn Kaino in Angel Art Auction
Alexandra Grant, Glenn Kaino, and Kenny Scharf in West of Rome Public Art
West of Rome Public Art (WoR), the leading organization for temporary public art in Los Angeles, presents Trespass with a parade on Sunday, October 2, 2011 in downtown Los Angeles. Founded in 2005, WoR serves as a conduit for cultural activity with breakthrough ideas and concepts for contemporary art in the public realm. For more information please visit trespassparade.org.
Glenn Kaino in Milenio
By Baby Solis
June 13, 2011
"The wands are symbolic representations of power that artists have to create, which is magical. They were developed in collaboration with a master magician named John Gaughan, the maker of tools and best-known magic tricks in the world. I asked if he would be interested in working with me to create a work that speaks to the power of artists to build a fantasy world alternate to ours and he enthusiastically accepted "
Glenn Kaino featured in Angeleno