NADA Curated by Catherine Taft

10th Floor Studio (Jerome Tavé & Kyle Lawson)
San Francisco, CA

Talal Al Najjar
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Bhen Alan
Ontopo, New York

Daniel F Andre
Highwood, IL

Lauriston Avery
Dutton, New York

Alina Bliumis

Ohan Breiding and Shoghig Halajian
OCHI, Los Angeles

Cameron Downey
ENGAGE Projects, Chicago

Nazli Efe
EFA Studio Program, New York

Malado Francine
Los Angeles, CA

Alyssa Gorelick
New York, NY

Phaan Howng
Dinner Gallery, New York

Lee Hunter
MOTHER Gallery, New York

Ishraki Kazi
New York, NY

Hertta Kiiski
NOON Projects, Los Angeles

J Knoblach
New Orleans, LA

Zoë Marden
Tabula Rasa Gallery, Beijing/London

Laila Majid & Louis Blue Newby
Xxijra Hii, London

Reuben Merringer
Los Angeles, CA

Caroline Monnet
Blouin Division, Montreal

Carlos A Mora
Guadalajara, Mexico

Khang Nguyen
Wonzimer Gallery, Los Angeles

Nazanin Noroozi
EFA Studio Program, New York

Utē Petit
Good Black Art, New York

Vincent Tiley
New York, NY

About Catherine Taft:
Catherine Taft is the curator and deputy director of LAXART, a non-profit exhibition space in Los Angeles. Previously, she was assistant curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art, where she co-organized the inaugural show of its new building, “America is Hard to See” (2015) and curatorial associate in the department of architecture and contemporary art at the Getty Research Institute where she helped produce the exhibitions “Pacific Standard Time: Crosscurrents in L.A. Painting and Sculpture, 1950–1970” (2011) and “California Video” (2008).

Her essays specializing in experimental film and video, critical theory, and modern and contemporary art have appeared in such publications as Artforum, Art Review, Modern Painters, and in exhibition catalogues and monographs on artists including Carroll Dunham, Elliot Hundley, Yayoi Kusama, and Suzanne Lacy.