China Adams

China Adams’s conceptual art has been featured in exhibitions around the world, including several solo shows at Ace Gallery, Los Angeles, and Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles. Her work is in the collections of the Berkeley Art Museum and the Carnegie Art Museum. Adams works in a range of media and much of her current work addresses ideas about reusability, consumerism, and our collective impulse to acquire possessions. As an independent curator, Adams has organized exhibitions that have been on view in Los Angles galleries and garnered local and national press. Adams is a lecturer at the University of Southern California’s Roski School of Art and Design.


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