The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego presents Anya Gallaccio at its Downtown location July 17 through November 1, 2015. The exhibition features a new site-specific installation by the British-born, San Diego-based artist. Gallaccio is known for installations that employ organic materials that are subject to change and decay—flowers and fruit, sugar and ice—even as her work is inflected with a minimalist vocabulary suggesting durability and timelessness. Recently she has begun working with stone, exploring the sense of time embedded in this more long-lasting material, as well as the properties inherent to species of stone drawn from the western United States. In a new site-specific project for MCASD’s expansive Farrell Gallery in the Jacobs Building, Gallaccio takes inspiration from the Southern California landscape, exploring the spatial and geological properties of its rugged

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