The Hammer Museum has confirmed a change in its curatorial team for the 2014 edition of “Made in L.A.,” the museum’s biennial exhibition.

Connie Butler. Photo: The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Karin Higa has withdrawn from her role as co-curator for health reasons and is being replaced by Connie Butler, the chief curator of drawings at the Museum of Modern Art in New York who was previously a curator at MOCA in Los Angeles.

Art critic Michael Ned Holte remains a co-curator of the biennial, designed to introduce visitors to new or little-known L.A.-based artists and scheduled to run the summer of 2014.

The first edition of “Made in L.A.,” which took place in 2012, was organized by staff curators working with the nonprofit group LAX Art.

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