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steveturnerla photos downloadPablo Rasgado. "Arquitectura Desdoblada, 2011, 2012, 2015". Drywall and acrylic (from temporary exhibition walls of Carrillo Gil Museum). 78 1/2 x 78 1/2 inches (199.4 x 199.4 cm). ***Pablo Rasgado. "This Too Shall Pass" opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of drywall fragments recycled from museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: LACMA; Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings. Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo.rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

Pablo Rasgado. "Arquitectura Desdoblada, 2011, 2012, 2015". Drywall and acrylic (from temporary exhibition walls of Carrillo Gil Museum). 78 1/2 x 78 1/2 inches (199.4 x 199.4 cm). ***Pablo Rasgado. "This Too Shall Pass" opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of drywall fragments recycled from museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: LACMA; Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings. Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo .rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

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When you and your buddy share a #penalty box 😂😂😂 I won the #MVP but gave my prize to @ethan_van_zyl_27 because he also played a awesome game and scored a #epicgoal in this #toughgame 🏒🥅🎉😎#matthewbrandt #peewee #icehockey #fun

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Happy #worldphotographyday !..The photographs above are from our current Photographic Lightbox Series featuring artists David Maisel, Elon Schoenholz, Matthew Brandt, Michiko Yao and Rafael Cardenas...Experience these photographs up close and in person; on view now at Wilshire/Normandie Station, 7th St/Metro Ctr Station, Vermont/Beverly Station, Hollywood/Highland Station and Universal City/Studio City Station...#MetroArtLA #PublicArt #GoMetro #Photo #Photo graph #Photo graphy #Blackandwhitephotography #DavidMaisel #ElonSchoenholz #MatthewBrandt #MichikoYao #RafaelCardenas #LosAngeles #DTLA

steveturnerla photos downloadLuciana Lamothe. "26 Layers 1", 2016. Plywood, iron pipes and couplers. 51 x 98 x 68 inches (129.5 x 248.9 x 172.7 cm) *** Lamothe is a Buenos Aires-based artist whose work will be presented as part of Pablo Rasgado's. "This Too Shall Pass" which opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of drywall fragments recycled from museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: LACMA; Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings. Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @lucianalamothe @energygloop #brianrochefort @pablo.rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson #leomarz @halfcabheel

Luciana Lamothe. "26 Layers 1", 2016. Plywood, iron pipes and couplers. 51 x 98 x 68 inches (129.5 x 248.9 x 172.7 cm) *** Lamothe is a Buenos Aires-based artist whose work will be presented as part of Pablo Rasgado's. "This Too Shall Pass" which opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of drywall fragments recycled from museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: LACMA; Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings. Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @lucianalamothe @energygloop #brianrochefort @pablo .rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson #leomarz @halfcabheel

steveturnerla photos downloadA great ceramic vessel by Brian Rochefort who will have a selection of works included in Pablo Rasgado's. "This Too Shall Pass" which opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from used museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings. Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @energygloop #brianrochefort @pablo.rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols #allenruppersberg

A great ceramic vessel by Brian Rochefort who will have a selection of works included in Pablo Rasgado's. "This Too Shall Pass" which opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from used museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings. Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @energygloop #brianrochefort @pablo .rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols #allenruppersberg

steveturnerla photos downloadPablo Rasgado. "Unfolded Architecture (M HKA 17)", 2017. Acrylic on drywall, 118 1/8 x 27 9/16 x 2 9/16 inches*** Pablo Rasgado. "This Too Shall Pass" opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from used museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings.Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo.rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

Pablo Rasgado. "Unfolded Architecture (M HKA 17)", 2017. Acrylic on drywall, 118 1/8 x 27 9/16 x 2 9/16 inches*** Pablo Rasgado. "This Too Shall Pass" opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from used museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings.Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo .rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

steveturnerla photos downloadA related painting by Graham Colllins will be included in Pablo Rasgado's "This Too Shall Pass" opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from used museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings.Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo.rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

A related painting by Graham Colllins will be included in Pablo Rasgado's "This Too Shall Pass" opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from used museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings.Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo .rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

steveturnerla photos downloadJoshua Callaghan. "Box Cutter Blade", 2016. Steel. 49 x 15 inches. *** Pablo Rasgado. "This Too Shall Pass" opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from used museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings.Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo.rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

Joshua Callaghan. "Box Cutter Blade", 2016. Steel. 49 x 15 inches. *** Pablo Rasgado. "This Too Shall Pass" opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from used museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings.Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo .rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

steveturnerla photos downloadAllen Ruppersberg. Poster Object, 1988. Silkscreen on aluminium. 22 x 14 inches. *** This work will be included in "This Too Shall Pass," an installation by Pablo Rasgado (Mexico City) that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. The exhibition is part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative and it will open on September 16. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings. Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo.rasgado @marcselwyn #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela@grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

Allen Ruppersberg. Poster Object, 1988. Silkscreen on aluminium. 22 x 14 inches. *** This work will be included in "This Too Shall Pass," an installation by Pablo Rasgado (Mexico City) that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America including Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. The exhibition is part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative and it will open on September 16. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings. Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo .rasgado @marcselwyn #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

steveturnerla photos downloadPablo Rasgado. Unfolded Architecture (M HKA 19), 2017. Acrylic on drywall, 39 3/8 x 39 3/8 x 2 9/16 inches. *** Pablo Rasgado. "This Too Shall Pass" opens on September 16 as part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America inlcuding Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from used museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings.Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo.rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela@grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

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Brian Rochefort is one of the twelve artists who will be featured in Pablo Rasgado's "This Too Shall Pass," which opens on September 16 and is part of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" initiative. It will consist of an installation by Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America inlcuding Matthew Brandt, Jedediah Caesar, Joshua Callaghan, Emilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg. Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of wooden beams and drywall fragments recycled from museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from three museums: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings.Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever. @pablo .rasgado #pablorasgado #unfoldedarchitecture @pstinla #matthewbrandt #joshuacallaghan #emiliochapela @grahamcollins @godoystudio #timhawkinson @lucianalamothe #leomarz @halfcabheel #mattnichols @energygloop #brianrochefort #allenruppersberg

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It's installation time! Opening in Paris on Saturday July 1st, our Summer group show "Live Today. Tomorrow Will Cost More" with works by Romain Bernini, Matthew Brandt, Inma Femenia, Bernard Frize, Analia Saban, Gilles Teboul and Florian Viel. 📷: Florian Viel working on his wall painting specifically designed for the exhibition #prazdelavallade #summergroupshow #livetodaytomorrowwillcostmore #arthandler #arthandling #florianviel #wallpaper #workinprogress #romainbernini #matthewbrandt #inmafemenia #bernardfrize #analiasaban #gillesteboul

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