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DESIGN LOVES ART GALLERY OPENINGS
By WeHo News staff, West Hollywood, California
DESIGN LOVES ART
Reception: Wednesday, September 19
Blue Building, 2nd Floor
5:00 - 9:00 PM
The Pacific Design Center is pleased to announce opening receptions for 15 galleries on September 19 on the Second Floor of the Blue Building, featuring an exhibition of works by the celebrated graphic designer and artist Paula Scher, an installation in the Blue Lobby by Will Ryman, marking his Los Angeles debut, and the launch of three new galleries:Wharton+Espinosa (formerly Annie Wharton Los Angeles), Hudson|Linc and LA Print Space.
Paula Scher, Global Climate, acrylic on silkscreen, 40 x 60 inches
September 19 - November 10
Reception: September 19, 5:00 - 9:00 PM
Talk: September 20, 2:00 PM
Works by the celebrated graphic designer and artist Paula Scher will open on Wednesday, September 19 with a reception for the artist from 5:00 to 9:00 PM. Paula Scher will also present her new publication, MAPS and give a talk on Thursday, September 20 at 2:00 PM in the Blue Conference Center, in conjunction with the PDC’s annual Fall Market. The exhibit will be held in Suite B231 located on the 2nd floor and runs through November 10.
Since the early 1990s, Paula Scher has been re-imagining society’s approach to data and our visual representation of the world through mapmaking. Seizing on the fact that no map could ever be entirely accurate, Scher has explored our collective need to categorize and label, even when faced with contradictions and falsehoods. Her maps are subjective, distorted, and playfully deceptive, including typos, amorphous landmasses, and shifting borders. The larger her canvases grow, the more expressionistic her geographical visions become.
Scher’s maps are like nothing ever seen in an atlas; they are composed of typography and vibrating colors, looming large at an outrageous scale. The paintings are filled with a mind-boggling amount of information, including landmasses, neighborhoods, and oceans, swirling with trade routes, time zones, and flight paths. Scher has re-envisioned these geographical spaces as landscapes to reflect the complex intersection of the personal and the political, which structure our view of the world. By combining facts with fiction, each pseudo-scientific map is a commentary on our desire to impose order on the world, and the impossibility of that quest.
Paula Scher’s hand-pulled screenprints are exquisite renditions of her massive maps paintings. Made in collaboration with Andy Warhol’s master printer Alexander Heinrici, each print is realized with the same hand-drawn elegance of her painted maps. Paula Scher is involved in every step of the printing process, redrawing new plates in the same style as the master printmakers of the 20th century.
Paula Scher is an American graphic designer, illustrator, painter and art educator in design, and the first female principal at international design consultancy Pentagram, which she joined in 1991. Scher studied at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and began her graphic design career as a record cover art director at both Atlantic and CBS Records in the 1970s.
Scher has developed identity and branding systems, promotional materials, environmental graphics, packaging and publication designs for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, Bloomberg, Coca-Cola, the Museum of Modern Art, theMetropolitan Opera, the New York City Ballet, the New York Philharmonic, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, andThe Daily Show With Jon Stewart.
Scher is a member of the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame and a past recipient of the Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design. She holds three honorary doctorates in graphic design. Her teaching career includes over two decades at the School of Visual Arts, along with positions at the Cooper Union, Yale University and the Tyler School of Art.
Scher's work has been exhibited all over the world and is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York, the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., the Denver Art Museum, the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, and the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Paula Scher is represented by Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York.
Will Ryman, Signature, 2012 digitally photographed at Paul Kasmin Gallery by Mark Markin.
September 19 - February 1, 2013
New work by New York-based artist Will Ryman will be on view in the Blue Lobby until February 1, 2013, marking the artist’s debut in Los Angeles. Ryman reinterprets Signature, a work exhibited recently in Sculpted Matter at Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, which was created from nearly 50,000 paintbrushes stacked on top of each other towering up to 14 feet tall. Will Ryman’s sculpture alters scale and space by creating dreamlike environments and changing the meaning of everyday, mundane objects. Formerly a playwright whose work was largely influenced by Absurdist philosophy, Ryman's works incorporate autobiographical, spiritual, and art historical references.
Ryman’s most recent exhibitions include a solo show at Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York (2012), “Will Ryman” at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens, Coral Gables, Florida (2011 – 2012), “The Roses” on Park Avenue, New York (2011), The Shape of Things to Come (2009) at The Saatchi Gallery, London; Sculpture: Selections from the collection of Martin Z. Margulies (2007), at Margulies Warehouse, Miami; and Greater New York 2005, at MoMA PS1, New York. In March 2013, Will Ryman will launch a solo exhibition of new works at Paul Kasmin Gallery. Will Ryman is represented by Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York.
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SECOND FLOOR GALLERIES
ANOTHER YEAR IN LA
holes,voids, and other descriptive terms for blankness, Richard Haley
Design Loves Art provides a platform to explore art that addresses the design center‘s unique context of interior design, spanning a variety of disciplines and media. Exhibition space as well as site-specific commissioned work is considered for artists and curators upon invitation. For further program information please visit http://www.pacificdesigncenter.com/#/design-loves-art/.
Design Loves Art is conceived and directed by New York-based curator Helen Varola and made possible by the generous support of Charles S. Cohen, art collector and museum trustee at MOCA, which is on site at the PDC.