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TIM HAILAND: A Possible Forest
September 13 - October 31





































Tim Hailand, Dita Von Teese Lipstick Mirror Garden, 2014, 
unique digital print on black and white fabric, 44" X 29"


AUGUSTO SANDRONI

Electro Wonky Funkadelic



Augusto Sandroni Installation July 2014






Untitled (fleur de Hatiora), 2013-14, Oil on canvas, 9 ¼ x 7 inches            






Untitled (King Momo), 2014, Duct tape on canvas, 72 X 48 inches each panel / 72 X 84 inches overall       







Untitled (Silvery Dotted), 2013, Acrylic spray paint  on paper mache, 36 X 27 X 28 inches                     






Untitled (Los Angolandia II A & B), 2014, Oil on canvas, 12 x 8 ea / 12 x 16 inches overall   







Augusto Sandroni Installation July 2014

MIKE KELLEY
RAYMOND PETTIBON
ED RUSCHA

May-June 2014



Ed Ruscha, Vacant Lots, 1970-2003, Gelatin Silver Prints, Edition of 35 21 1⁄2 x 21 1⁄2 inches each



Raymond Pettibon, Untitled (The Light Filtered in From the Street) 1987, Ink on Paper, 17 1⁄2 x 12” – 19 3⁄4 x 14 1/8” framed 



Raymond Pettibon No Title (It Got Big) 1990, Pen and ink on paper 14 x 11 inches 




Raymond Pettibon, No Title (Whatever You Say) 1990, Pen and ink on paper, 17 1⁄2 x 11 1⁄4 inches 


Mike Kelley, Untitled (Land O Woman) 1996, Colored pencil on paper, 31 x 25 1⁄2 inches (paper) 



Mike Kelley, Untitled (Woman and Legs) 1974/1993, Crayon and gouache on paper 26 x 21 inches 


Mike Kelley

We Communicate Only Through Our Shared Dismissal Of The Pre-Linguistic (5) 1995
From a series of fifteen Ektacolor photographs mounted on museum board
Printer’s Proofs, outside the edition of 5
24 x 29 inches (60 x 73.6 cm) each 

PARIS PHOTO: TIM HAILAND





TIM HAILAND

PARIS PHOTO LOS ANGELES
PARAMOUNT STUDIOS
APRIL 24-27





In 2012, Tim Hailand was awarded a residency to live and work at Giverny - Monet’s former home and gardens. The room in which Tim lived was wallpapered in toile de Jouy, a kind of 18th century decorative pattern printed on cotton that depicts pastoral life in independent floating monochrome vignettes.  Feeling that all aspects of a given environment are materials to be worked with, Hailand began printing his own inkjet photographic portraits of various sitters directly onto toile de Jouy and other fabrics that he selected.  

Embracing theories of chaos and chance - allowing his photographic subjects to interact with the images of the fabric, Tim merges the flat with the three-dimensional without giving visual primacy to either.  The works juxtapose the imaginary and the real, melding disparate anatomies and graphic styles in a dreamlike manner.  In those instances when the patterns of the fabric continue beyond the boundaries of the modern imagery, the suggestion is that the present is invariably framed by the past.  Often, the scale of Hailand’s heroic figures dwarfs those seen from the past. In different ways both are idealized and a dialogue of past and present is established.  Hailand’s intentions are informed by philosophical considerations as well as his self-imposed visual imperatives.  The work attempts to transcend decorative impulses and engage the viewer with the metaphysical world.



PARAMOUNT STUDIOS, LOS ANGELES
April 24-27