Channing Hansen is selected for Frieze Projects at Frieze Los Angeles 2020

13 February 2020
Frieze Los Angeles, which debuted in February, has announced plans for ‘Frieze Projects' 2020. Alongside 70 galleries within its main tent, the fair will present 16 site-specific performances, sculptures and installations, scattered throughout the Paramount backlot. Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator Rita Gonzalez and Vincent Price Art Museum Director Pilar Tompkins Rivas are organizing this portion of the fair.

Channing Hansen is included in 'Thread.' at Long Beach Museum of Art, California, USA

4 October 2019
Thread. is a unique group exhibition at Long Beach Museum of Art, California that brings together work by contemporary artists who push the boundaries of the textile medium. Redefining the dialogue between tradition and contemporary styles and methods, the exhibition reveals the endless potential of textiles as a form of artistic expression.

Channing Hansen is included in 'Black and White' at Frederick R. Weisman Museum, Pepperdine University, California, USA

27 August 2019
Black and White is a group exhibition at Frederick R. Weisman Museum, Pepperdine University, California, USA. United by the common theme of black and white, the exhibition includes works by James Drake, John Baldessari, and knitted paintings hanging in wooden frames by Channing Hansen.

Channing Hansen in ‘Inherent Structure’ at Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio, USA

19 May 2018
'Inherent Structure' showcases the work of a group of sixteen artists vividly exploring the powers of abstract representation in contemporary art. Historically, abstract painting has been associated with gesture, chance, impulse, and aesthetic purity. While insisting on the nuanced structures embedded in abstraction, the otherwise disparate artists in 'Inherent Structure' focus equally on the material, experiential, and social influences on painting.

Channing Hansen in 'Made in L.A. 2014', at Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, USA

15 June 2014
Channing Hansen features in Made in L.A 2014 at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. This is the second year in an ongoing series of biennial exhibitions focused on work created by artists in the Los Angeles region. The exhibition includes 35 artists with an emphasis on emerging and under-recognised artists. Made in L.A. 2014 is organised by Hammer chief curator Connie Butler and independent curator Michael Ned Holte.