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Everyone Sucks Paperback – October 26, 2016
About the Author
LG Williams received his M.F.A. from the University of California, Davis nearly twenty years after the school’s most famous graduate Bruce Nauman. He has showed at various national and international venues, among them The Internet Pavilion of La Biennale Di Venezia 2011, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, di Rosa Art Preserve, Laguna Art Museum, Cologne Art Fair, Artissima, LISTE, Art-O-Rama, ARCO, Super Window Project, Gloria Maria Gallery, Lance Fung Gallery, Steven Wirtz Gallery, and Gallery Subversive to name a few local, national and international venues. Williams’s artworks are featured in museums and private collections in Europe, US and Japan. According to Kenneth Baker, an art critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, “Williams wants to hold open a space in which painting might resume in earnest.” His exhibition, In Abstentia, held at Super Window Project in Kyoto, was reviewed in Artforum magazine in May 2011. In 2014 Donald Preziosi (Emeritus Professor of Art History, UCLA) featured Williams in his Art, Religion, Amnesia: The Enchantments of Credulity (Routledge). In 2012 Baron Osuna (Super Window Project) for Gloria Maria Gallery co-curated LG Williams / The Estate of LG Williams, Anthology: 1985-2012, exhibition in Milan. The catalogue essay for the accompanying publication was written by Thomas Frangenberg, University of Leicester. An heir to West Coast and Beat Generation art, LG Williams is one of the youngest members of the Rat Bastard Protective Association, whose membership includes Bruce Connor, Wally Hedrick, Jay DeFeo, Joan Brown, Manuel Neri, and Wallace Berman. Williams has taught studio art, art history, art appreciation, and graphic design courses at the University of California-Davis, University of Southern California, California College of the Arts, Arizona State University and the University of Hawaii. Cengage Learning / Wadsworth published Williams's Drawing Upon Art: A Workbook for Gardner's Art Through the Ages — an innovative pedagogical tool designed to facilitate learning art history through drawing. In 2011-12 Williams was the art critic for The Tokyo Weekender, the oldest free English publication in Japan. In 2016 Williams (PCP Press) published Wasted Words and Dust Bunnies by Dave Hickey, edited by Julia Friedman, which was reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement.
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