Chris Kahler: Disequencing
Bruno David Gallery is pleased to present Chris Kahler: Disequencing exhibition with the gallery, opening Friday, April 5, 2013. The exhibition will be on view April 5–May 4, 2013.
The Gallery will also be exhibiting Alex Couwenberg: Swell, Carmon Colangelo: Glocal Diptychs, and Eric Minh Swenson: The Making of La Fonda.
In the Project Room, the gallery presents an exhibition titled "Disequencing" by Chris Kahler. A new body of work that utilizes a more intimate scale and simplicity that is in contrast to recent works. A duality exists in the work, playing back and forth with questions of depth and causality. David Pagel of the Los Angeles Times wrote of Kahler's work: "a potent and corrosive beauty, a sublime combination of breakdown and growth, disintegration and accumulation, creation and destruction. Sometimes it seems as if he paints pictures of a world of effervescence, in which solid substances dissolve into roiling gases, steamy atmospheres, and gravity-defying liquid clouds. In his work, it is almost impossible to distinguish between the microscopic and the cosmic, and everything is richer for the confusion."
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