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Frank Gehry

Fish Lamps

January 11–February 14, 2013
Beverly Hills

Installation video

Installation video

Installation view, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Works Exhibited

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles III), 2012–13 Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone, 44 × 16 × 55 inches (111.8 × 40.6 × 139.7 cm)Photo by Benjamin Lee Ritchie Handler

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles III), 2012–13

Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone, 44 × 16 × 55 inches (111.8 × 40.6 × 139.7 cm)
Photo by Benjamin Lee Ritchie Handler

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles VI), 2012–13 Metal, wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 56 × 46 × 50 inches overall (142.2 × 116.8 × 127 cm)Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles VI), 2012–13

Metal, wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 56 × 46 × 50 inches overall (142.2 × 116.8 × 127 cm)
Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles VI), 2012–13 (detail) Metal, wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 56 × 46 × 50 inches overall (142.2 × 116.8 × 127 cm)Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles VI), 2012–13 (detail)

Metal, wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 56 × 46 × 50 inches overall (142.2 × 116.8 × 127 cm)
Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles II), 2012–13 Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 56 × 46 × 50 inches overall (142.2 × 116.8 × 127 cm)Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles II), 2012–13

Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 56 × 46 × 50 inches overall (142.2 × 116.8 × 127 cm)
Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles V), 2012–13 Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 60 × 32 × 37 inches overall (152.4 × 81.3 × 94 cm)Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles V), 2012–13

Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 60 × 32 × 37 inches overall (152.4 × 81.3 × 94 cm)
Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles VII), 2012–13 Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone, 21 × 24 × 73 inches (53.3 × 61 × 185.4 cm)Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles VII), 2012–13

Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone, 21 × 24 × 73 inches (53.3 × 61 × 185.4 cm)
Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles I), 2012–13 Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 88 × 38 × 55 inches overall (223.5 × 96.5 × 139.7 cm)Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Frank Gehry, Untitled (Los Angeles I), 2012–13

Metal wire, ColorCore formica and silicone on wooden base, 88 × 38 × 55 inches overall (223.5 × 96.5 × 139.7 cm)
Photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

About

Paris opening reception for the artist: Wednesday, January 23rd, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm

The fish is a perfect form.
—Frank Gehry

Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present Frank Gehry's Fish Lamps. The exhibition will be presented concurrently in Los Angeles and in Paris.

One of the most celebrated architects living today, Gehry's career spans five decades and three continents. Known for his imaginative designs and creative use of materials, he has forever altered the urban landscape with spectacular buildings that are conceived as dynamic structures rather than static vessels.

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