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A Two-Year, 100-Billboard Celebration of Going West, by Su Wu for the New York Times T Magazine

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The Agenda: This Week in Los Angeles, on Art in America

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Five Artists in Search of a City at MOCA, June 27th, Los Angeles

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Place, by Kristy Mucci for Brutal Magazine

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In celebration of the Culminating Weekend of The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project, the 5th Los Angeles Fainting Club Dinner, June 23th

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A Campaign to Dot the American South With Artist-Designed Billboards Wraps in LA, by Casey Quackenbush for the Observer

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Christian Mayer's Palm Capsule, MAK Center, June 24th and 25th, Los Angeles

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Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles at HK Photographs, opening June 18th

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"To Hide To Show" A Group Exhibition that Explores that Nature of Hiding and Revealing: An Interview with the Artists, in Autre Magazine

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The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project, Culminating Weekend

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Projects
  • The New LA-LIKE
    1. LA-LIKE: Prospecting Palm Fronds
    2. LA-LIKE: Fools Gold Dust (Mimic) Paintings
    3. LA-LIKE: Day For Night (or Sunlight As Spotlight)
    4. Shangri-LA'd & Expanded Shangri-LA'd
    5. The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project, in conjunction with LAND
    6. LA-LIKE: Composition I-10, Desert Center
    7. The Manifest Destiny Billboard Perfume
    8. LA Disappearing Frond-Like
    9. LA-LIKE: Transgressing the Pacific
    10. LA-LIKE: Transgressing the Pacific, Dessert Concepts & Recipes
    11. For An Evening with Eve Babitz, at the Chateau Marmont
    12. LA-LIKE: LAXART Billboard
    13. The Pools I Shot
    14. LA-LIKE
    15. LA-LIKE (LOST)
    16. LA-LIKE: Mirage
  • The Michelle duBois Project
    1. The Additive Dust Series
    2. The Disbanding of Michelle duBois
    3. Mae Wested
    4. The Disappearing of Michelle duBois
    5. The Vanishing of Michelle duBois
    6. Silhouetted
    7. The Uniqued Series
    8. All Her Shadows
    9. Blackened Last Four Days & Nights in Tokyo
    10. The Other Disappeared Nurse
    11. Almost the Same
    12. The Unveiling of Michelle DuBois
    13. The Unraveling of Michelle duBois
    14. Obfuscated
    15. The Reconsidered Archive of Michelle duBois
    16. Polaroided
    17. Posed Postcards
  • Out The Window (LAX)
  • The Santa Cruz Kids
  • The Fainting Club
    1. The Fainting Club (New York City)
    2. The Fainting Club (Los Angeles)
  • Publications
    1. Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles (May 2015) Published by Metropolis Books
    2. Forthcoming: The Re-duBois Book
    3. Returning to Berlin / Publication curated by Kim Schoen - Motto, Berlin (August 2013)
    4. Why Art Photography? by Lucy Soutter (2013) Published by Routelage
    5. Volume 4: The Disappearance of Michelle duBois, aka *Mitchi* (Fall 2012) Published by Aperture Ideas
    6. Volume 3: The Unveiling of Michelle duBois, aka *Cricket* (Spring 2012) Published by Aperture Ideas
    7. Volume 2: The Unraveling of Michelle duBois, aka *Alice Johnson* (Fall 2011) Published by Aperture Ideas
    8. Volume 1: The Reconsidered Archive of Michelle duBois, aka *Kathy* (Spring 2011) Published by Aperture Ideas
    9. Out the Window (LAX) with essays by Norman Klein, Pico Iyer, & Julian Meyers (2007)
    10. NTNTNT (2004)
  • Recent Press
    1. A Two-Year, 100-Billboard Celebration of Going West, by Su Wu - New York Times T Magazine (2015) Shamim Momin and Zoe Crosher first conceived of the cross-country billboard project during a period when Crosher commuted through the Mojave, the “anticipatory desert” a physical reminder of the mythos of finally arriving in L.A.
    2. The Agenda: This Week in Los Angeles - Art in America (2015) For over a year and a half, the Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND) has been unveiling billboards across interstate highway I-10, which runs across the southern United States from sea (Jacksonville, Fla.) to shining sea (L.A.).
    3. Place, by Kristy Mucci - Brutal Magazine (2015) Artist Zoe Crosher's projects are complex and expansive, but their roots run deep. We lover her exploration of the disconnect between what we think is real and what is pure fantasy.
    4. A Campaign to Dot the American South With Artist-Designed Billboards Wraps in LA, by Casey Quackenbush - The Observer (2015) Every artist had a different interpretation of the theme: where Ms. Crosher depicted the disintegration of the American Dream with dying greenery.
    5. MAMA Gallery Los Angeles: Clara Balzary, Zoe Crosher, Ariana Papademetropolous, Mattea Perrotta, Fay Ray, Lisa Solberg, Johanna Tag by Jessica Trent - ASVOF (2015) To Hide To Show is the idea that concealment is to make something sacred. To be revealed in this exhibition are the artist’s artifacts of what they hold sacred while at the same time what they choose to defile.
    6. "To Hide To Show" A Group Exhibition that Explores the Nature of Hiding and Revealing: An Interview with the Artists - Autre Magazine (2015) "I already have in mind the things I want to do and make, and I have tasted what is possible when there is real support behind a project. I think expansively, from huge, harrowing archives to cross-country billboard projects."