Aram Moshayedi and Hamza Walker have announced their artists for Made in L.A. the Hammer Museum's biennial exhibition. Under a subtitle written by minimalist poet Aram Saroyan as his contribution to the show – a, the, though, only – the work of 26 artists, all from the greater Los Angeles area, will be shown. The curators claim to have no interest in finding any sory of local sensibility within the art of the following: Kelly Akashi (b. 1983, Los Angeles) / Huguette Caland (b. 1931, Beirut) / Eckhaus Latta (est. 2011; Zoe Latta, b. 1987, Santa Cruz, California; Mike Eckhaus, b. 1987, New York) / Rafa Esparza (b. 1981, Los Angeles) / Lauren Davis Fisher (b. 1984, Cambridge, Massachusetts) / Todd Gray (b. 1954, Los Angeles) / Joel Holmberg (b. 1982, Bethesda, Maryland) / Margaret Honda (b. 1961, San Diego, California) / Arthur Jafa (b. 1960, Tupelo, Mississippi) / Labor Link TV (est. 1988; Fred Lonidier, b. 1942, Lakeview, Oregon) / Laida Lertxundi (b. 1981, Bilbao, Spain) / Adam Linder (b. 1983, Sydney) / Guthrie Lonergan (b. 1984, Los Angeles) / Rebecca Morris (b. 1969, Honolulu, Hawaii) / Shahryar Nashat (b. 1975, Geneva) / Silke Otto-Knapp (b. 1970, Osnabrück, Germany) / Gala Porras-Kim (b. 1984, Bogotá) / Sterling Ruby (b. 1972, Bitburg, Germany) / Aram Saroyan (b. 1943, New York) / Kenzi Shiokava (b. 1938, São Paulo) / Daniel R. Small (b. 1984, Centralia, Illinois) / Wadada Leo Smith (b. 1941, Leland, Mississippi) / Martine Syms (b. 1988, Los Angeles) / Kenneth Tam (b. 1982, New York) / Mark Verabioff (b. 1963, Kingston, Canada) / Dena Yago (b. 1988, New York.
Moshayedi is a curator at the Hammer and Walker is director of education and associate curator at the Renaissance Society in Chicago.