Ralph Rugoff. Photo: Mark Atkins

Join us for a walkthrough of ‘Jason Rhoades. Installations, 1994 – 2006’ led by curator Ralph Rugoff. Conceived to share and celebrate Rhoades’ unwavering vision of the world as an infinite, corpulent, and lustful universe of expressive opportunity, this exhibition is the first major survey devoted to the artist’s immersive installations in Los Angeles.

No reservation required, however space is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Check-in begins at 6.30 pm at the Information Desk in the Courtyard.

About Ralph Rugoff

Ralph Rugoff is Director of the Hayward Gallery, London.

Since his appointment as Director in May 2006, he has curated exhibitions with a wide range of artists including Ed Ruscha, Jeremy Deller; George Condo; Tracey Emin, and Carsten Holler. He has also curated numerous group exhibitions including ‘Invisible: Art about the Unseen, 1957-2012’, ‘Psycho Buildings: Artists Take On Architecture’, ‘The Painting of Modern Life’, and ‘The Infinite Mix’. In 2015 he curated the XIII Lyon Biennale.

Prior to his appointment, Ralph was the Director of the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts in San Francisco for six years, where he commissioned a new installation by Mike Kelley as part of the Capp Street Project’s 20th anniversary exhibition.

As a writer he has contributed essays for books and periodicals on a wide range of contemporary artists from David Hammons and Paul McCarthy to Cameron Jamie and Emmanuelle Laine.