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PAUL MPAGI SEPUYA IN CONVERSATION

Join Paul Mpagi Sepuya for a discussion about his edit of the artwork on display at LACMA’s Study Center, and how it relates to his practice.

ARTISTS ON ART—PAUL MPAGI SEPUYA

Saturday, December 8, at 2 pm.

LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles.

Sepuya’s Darkroom Mirror with Roses at Night, a fundraising C-print (below) for Printed Matter, is now available.

See “Death Deluxe,” a portfolio by Item Idem, with photography by Brian Oldham and Paul Mpagi SepuyaPARISLA 16 (2018).

From top:

All artwork by Paul Mpagi Sepuya.

Study with Two Figures, N.B. and J.T., after R.N.B. (1404), 2015, archival pigment print.

Study Reflecting Dureau, 2017, archival pigment print.

Darkroom Mirror with Roses at Night, 2018. C-print.

Study for a Self Portrait (1504), 2015, archival pigment print.

POSITIONER

POSITIONER—a new group show at Matthew Marks featuring work by Lena Henke, Ravi Jackson, Julien Nguyen, Julia Phillips, and Paul Mpagi Sepuya focused on the depiction of the individual—is now on view.

“Representation, figuration, and portraiture all carry with them implications of power, visibility, and identity. The artists in this exhibition, working in a broad range of media, expand upon and push against these histories, suggesting more inclusive and critically-engaged ways forward.”*

“The title of the exhibition is borrowed from Phillips, whose work often alludes to the unseen nature of institutionalized discrimination.”*

POSITIONER*

Through December 22.

Matthew Marks

1062 North Orange Grove, and

7818 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood.

See “Death Deluxe,” a portfolio by Item Idem, with photographs by Brian Oldham and Paul Mpagi Sepuya, PARIS LA 16 (2018).

Julia PhillipsFixator (#2), 2017; partially glazed ceramic, screws, metal structure, and partially glazed ceramic tiles.

Ravi JacksonUntitled, 2017; acrylic on paper and wood, ceramic tile, and Formica

Julien NguyenCapricorn Rising, 2018; oil and tempera on wood panel.

Lena HenkeDie Kommenden II, 2018; rubber, foam, pigment, reclaimed wood, metal, and mesh.

Paul Mpagi SepuyaDarkroom Mirror (_2100135), 2017; archival pigment print.

Images courtesy the artists and Matthew Marks.

PARIS LA 16 — THE FASHION AND WRITING ISSUE — OUT NOW

The new print issue of PARIS LA—a tenth-anniversary special devoted to fashion and writing—is now available.

PARIS LA 16 includes interviews with Hilton Als, Chris KrausInes Kaag and Desiree Heiss of BlessTisa BryantFlorence MüllerMalik Gaines, Q.M. ZhangCommes des Garçons’ Adrian Joffe, Anelise Chen, and Bice Curiger and Jacqueline Burckhardt of Parkett.

Massimiliano Mocchia di Coggiola contributed an essay with artwork on dandyism, Ramon Hungerbühler and Fabian Marti talk about skate brands, there are pieces on Setsuko Klossowska de Rola, and Pierre Davis and No Sesso, Anne Dressen has written about contemporary jewelry…

… and portfolios and portraits by Cédric Rivrain, Cassi Namoda, David Benjamin Sherry, Wyatt KahnTobias Madison, Item IdemJean-François Lepage, Todd ColeMarie Angeletti, Will Benedict, and Katerina Jebb—who created the Michèle Lamy cover and a poster of Marisa Berenson—grace the issue.

Also: a reprint of Iris Marion Young’s landmark essay “Women Recovering Our Clothes.”

 

PARIS LA 16, published by DoPe Press.

Above: Inside covers, production PDF.

Below: Front and back covers, production PDF.