Link to projects
- Public Service videos on mental health commissioned by LA Freeways program, Out the Window. Kim Abeles and Ken Marchionno along with students from Dorsey High School created five PSAs that are on view at clinics and other public venues. Funded by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
- Luckman Program artist Kim Abeles with Cal State LA students
- World News: Artists Respond to World Events
Link to web-based projects
The Golden Mile is a 120-foot long photographic installation showing the entire main street of West Bromwich in the West Midlands, UK. The work shows both the east and west sides of the street and is a composite of 1506 images taken during four seasons of 2003, 2006, and 2009. The project was funded by The Public, West Midlands, and Arts Council England. It was exhibited at The Public, West Bromich; Yucun Art Museum, Suzhou, China; Syo Gallery, Daegu, South Korea; Torrance Museum, CA; Long Beach City College Art Gallery, CA
Link to interviews, talks, and info
Kim Abeles: ˌterə ˈfɜːmə
A solo exhibition of forty mixed media works and installations at the Frank M. Doyle Pavillion, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, California Curated by Kim Garrison Means Sept 21-Dec 2, 2017
Link to books and publications
Note: Larger books may take up to one minute to open.
Abeles, Karen Moss, and Susan Silton, Kim Abeles: Encyclopedia Persona A-Z, A 15-Year Survey, English edition by Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (1993) Editions in Spanish and Portuguese published by the United States Information Agency - USIA (1996)
Crafts Cookery and Country Living (text and drawings), Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., New York (1976) - Link is forthcoming
Kim Abeles, Edited by Lucinda Barnes; Essay by Patterson Sims; Interviewed by Michael McMillan, A.R.T. Press, Los Angeles (1989) - Link is forthcoming
Mapping Space, Time, and Narrative - Selected Artworks by Kim Abeles (2009) Link to book
Talking Air, an activity book about air pollution for school age kids and families (1993/2017)
Environmental Activity Book, art/science projects for kids and adults to discuss water, air pollution, recycling, and consumption. Funded by the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department (1996) Link to book
Here I am—Aquí estoy, an activity book for families at T.H.E. Clinic in Los Angeles, and Health Cards. Funded by Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, Good Works Foundation, and the Green Foundation (2011) - Links to selected pages follow
Honoring your Super Powers - with inspiration from artist Nathalie Sanchez's Super Powers community-based project!
Lichen Hunt is a pamphlet created to encourage ridership on Bus Route 206 in Boulder, Colorado. And, Particulates, is a book about the Smog Collector project with 80 middle schoolers. These were created for the Abeles project/exhibition, the interconnectedness of things, commissioned by EcoArts Connections, and in collaboration with atmospheric scientists, emissions specialists, lichenologists, transportation professionals, middle and high school students. Collaborating organizations included Envirotest – Air Care Colorado, Manhattan Middle School, and Spark: UCAR: Science Education at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (2012).