“A Low-Hanging Fruit” is the second edition of the Lulennial. Co-curated by Los Angeles-based writer and curator Andrew Berardini and Lulu co-founder, Chris Sharp, this second edition of the micro-perennial (biennial/triennial) exhibition takes fruit as its theme. Playing with the stereotypical prominence of this sweet botanical bounty within the context of Latin American art, not to mention its multifaceted importance within the history of art, the Lulennial consists of a compact selection of works which feature fruit, either quite literally or representations thereof. Fruit, fruit and more fruit.
- Gabriel Sierra, Untitled (Support for mathematics lesson), 2007. Fruit, ceramic plate and rulers, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and Kurimanzutto.