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Gabriel Rico, "Who reckons the close of his life among the boons of the nature? (The Jealous God)", 2018, 25 9/16 x 66 15/16 x 102 3/8", coyote, petrified wood, level, wire, plastic hand, glass bottle, ceramic, volcanic stone, sponge, neon, mirror, brass; © Gabriel Rico, photo by Diego G. Argüelles, courtesy of Gabriel Rico and Galerie Perrotin.
Gabriel Rico, "II Mural, from the series 'Reducción objetiva orquestada (2016-2021)'", 2020, 124 1/16 x 153 9/16 x 5 7/8", mixed media, brass, neon; © Gabriel Rico, photo by Diego G. Argüelles, courtesy of Gabriel Rico and Galerie Perrotin.
Gabriel Rico, Installation view, "Nature Loves To Hide" at Galerie Perrotin; photo by Claire Dorn, courtesy of Gabriel Rico and Galerie Perrotin.
Paris, 3rd arrondissement

Gabriel Rico: Nature Loves To Hide

June 13, 2020 - July 25, 2020

Galerie Perrotin presents Gabriel Rico’s latest solo exhibition “Nature Loves to Hide.”

13 works are installed, including three large installations, two wall installations, seven sculptures and a mural filled with objects covering the wall. Altogether, these works create an experience of delirium and dialectic tension. The synthesis of objects doesn’t imply conventional representation but simply their material presence. “What draws me to certain objects is my relationship to them and the meaning they acquire when I change their context and utilize them in a new situation, a situation outside their logic of use,” said the artist.

76 Rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris, France
Jun 13 - Jul 25
Galerie Perrotin Paris
Gabriel Rico: Nature Loves To Hide


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