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Pablo Rasgado “Ellipsis” & Edgardo Aragón “Exterminio” at Steve Turner, Los Angeles

Pablo Rasgado “Ellipsis”


Steve Turner is pleased to present “Ellipsis”, a solo exhibition by Mexico City-based Pablo Rasgado that will feature five bodies of work from the last seven years. Rasgado’s works deal with such natural phenomena as gravity, light and energy along with their attendant results—time and ephemerality. He uses a variety of familiar materials—drywall, glass, tape, florescent bulbs, dirt, spiderwebs—to focus on that which is just beyond ordinary perception. In a sense, each work is a clock, recording decay and change over time. Deceptively simple, the works constitute a compendium of phenomena just beyond the grasp of material experience.

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at Steve Turner, Los Angeles

until 6 June 2015

Bird, 2015

Reconstruction / Prosthesis / Nephthys, 2014

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Pablo Rasgado “Ellipsis” installation views at Steve Turner, Los Angeles, 2015

Courtesy: the artist and Steve Turner, Los Angeles. Photo: Wild Don Lewis.

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Edgardo Aragón “Exterminio”


Steve Turner is pleased to present Exterminio, a solo exhibition by Oaxaca-based Edgardo Aragón which will feature a 13-minute video and related collage, photograph, drawing and sculpture. They relate to a secret program conducted by the Mexican government in the 1970’s during which corpses of political dissenters were dropped from airplanes into the Pacific Ocean.

Edgardo Aragón was born in Mexico, and his work invites reflection on the history of violence in his homeland. Deeply engaged with political and social histories of Mexico, where he was born and still lives, his video and photography often document performance and sculptural interventions against landscapes that appear at once serene and foreboding.

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at Steve Turner, Los Angeles

until 6 June 2015

Encantador de serpientes, 2014

Phantom, 2015

Verde Militar, 2014

Desire, 2014

Diez Pesos, 2015

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Edgardo Aragón “Exterminio” installation views at Steve Turner, Los Angeles, 2015

Courtesy: the artist and Steve Turner, Los Angeles. Photo: Wild Don Lewis.

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