Artists spend months, even years, working on a gallery show. What if no one sees it?
April 2 - May 15: Performa's new Radical Broadcast, an online exhibition that explores live performance’s relationship to video sharing platforms. Karapetian's work, "The Gesture of Safe and Sanitary: ICE (soap)" 2019 featured daily at 18:00.
A Critical History
Textbook being published by Bloomsbury Academic Publishers, including Karapetian's work.
Override: A Billboard Project
Billboard & Video Projection: The Gesture of Wishing
Expo Chicago Public Programming
September 9-29, 2019
New York Magazine editor's pick, "The Couch Gallery Crawl"
Performa's Radical Broadcast: Time Share is an editor's pick, April 17, 2020
Farrah Karapetian: Collective Memory
solo exhibition, Von Lintel Gallery, Los Angeles
Jan 5 - Feb 24, 2019
Pollock Krasner Award
"The House in and As Contemporary Art"
LA Review of Books
Essay by Farrah Karapetian
Juror: Krasnodar Biennial
Jury, Photo Series nominations for the 1st International Biennale of Photography PhotoVisa: Память: Война и мир ("Memory: War and Peace")
"USD Faculty Race to Deliver Medical Equipment to Communities"
Solo exhibition at Diane Rosenstein Gallery, 831 N. Highland Ave., LA CA, 90038
Feb 8 - March 28, 2020
Two-man booth with Eleanor Antin
Navy Pier, Festival Hall | 600 E Grand Ave, Chicago IL 60611
Diane Rosenstein Gallery
September 20 - 22, 2019
Publication (artist's writing)
(2019). The Body Politic: Meyerhold to My Barbarian. German Historical Institute 2019 Bulletin Supplement.
Art and Cake Review, Collective Memory
by Shana Nys Dambrot
The Body Politic: Meyerhold to My Barbarian
Lecture delivered at "Alternative Realities: Utopian Thought in Times of Political Rupture", A two-day conference in Los Angeles organized by The Max Kade Institute for Austrian-German-Swiss Studies (USC), The Wende Museum, and the Centre for Contemporary History (ZZF), Potsdam.