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Patrick Jackson, installation view, "My Dark Architect" at François Ghebaly; photo by Paul Salveson, courtesy of the artist and François Ghebaly.

Patrick Jackson: My Dark Architect

Katy Donoghue

18 January 2021

On view at François Ghebaly is “My Dark Architect,’’ an exhibition showcasing photographs, sculptures and silkscreens by Los Angeles-based artist Patrick Jackson. The first room of the gallery offers black and white photographs capturing public sculptures in Los Angeles—such as car silhouettes on a semicircle or an axe stuck in the side of a building—and objects from Jackson’s apartment, including a dresser and an unmade bed. In the exhibition, viewers will also find a series of found sculptures presented on stacked glass shelves, making the objects they hold seem weightless. Displayed around the shelving units is a series of new silkscreen aluminum panels, portraying common household items, such as mirrors, ladders, mechanical tools, knives, and more. Each image corresponds to a page from the final edition of the Sears catalogue, published in 1993. 

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