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pascALEjandro’s “Alchemical Love”

BLUM AND POE, Los Angeles

View of pascALEjandro’s “Alchemical Love,” Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, 2018.
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Andrew Berardini

For true mystics, there is no division between the real and the spiritual. The symbolic folds into our lives, shaping the world and us in it. The cool kiss of rain can be a curse or a blessing from the gods. Stumbling in the street en route to meet your... continue reading
J.B. Blunk

BLUM AND POE, Tokyo

View of "J.B. Blunk," Blum & Poe, Tokyo, 2016-17.
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Cameron Allan McKean

Pottery is place, folded and fired. It is soil, stone, flora, topography, and climate, massaged by human tradition and technique. In Japan, the placeness of ceramics has been taken to an extreme with local variations in style proliferating across the island nation. This sensitivity to place and materials echoes in... continue reading
Sharon Lockhart’s “Podworka”

BLUM AND POE, Los Angeles

Sharon Lockhart, Podwórka, 2009.
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Lyra Kilston

In a dim, narrow courtyard, a pothole, ringed by pieces of broken concrete, has filled with dark water. The camera lingers on this scene in one unmoving five-minute shot, as two young boys meander around the confined concrete area, in Sharon Lockhart’s most recent film, Podworka (2009). One of the... continue reading

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