This Too Shall Pass

Pablo Rasgado

September 16 – October 28, 2017

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Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Allen Ruppersberg Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Brian Rochefort. Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Pablo Rasgado: This Too Shall Pass. Installation view, Steve Turner, 2017

Matthew Brandt. 711376Fu3, ‘Manhattan: 16th Street (west) - 8th Avenue.’ 1931, 2014. Gum bichromate print with dust swept from Beth Israel truck dock. 61 x 46 inches (156 x 116.8 cm)

Jedediah Caesar. Butyl benzyl phthalate + 4,4’ Methylene bis (phenylisocyanate)­ “California” chili­copper­curcuma longa (terra merita), 2013. Urethane, cinnamon, copper powder and turmeric. 29 x 19 x 10 inches (73.7 x 48.3 x 25.4 cm)

Joshua Callaghan. Used Box Cutter Blade, 2016. Steel.
49 1/2 x 15 x 5 inches (125.7 x 38.1 x 12.7 cm)

Emilio Chapela. Euroasiaamérica, 2014. Lithograph. 19 3/4 x 27 1/2 inches (50.2 x 69.9 cm)

Graham Collins. Untitled, 2015. Oil on linen, aluminum and wood. 35 1/2 x 21 inches (90.2 x 53.3 cm)

Gustavo Godoy.
Vacant Marker, 2017. Cast concrete. 66 x 28 1/2 x 12 inches (167.6 x 72.4 x 30.5 cm)

Gustavo Godoy.
Vacant Marker, 2017. Cast concrete. 66 x 28 1/2 x 12 inches (167.6 x 72.4 x 30.5 cm)

Tim Hawkinson. World Clock, 2012. Medicine cabinet, ace bandage, lotion bottle, prescription medicine bottle, dental floss, deodorant, toothbrushes, plastic cup, pump soap bottle, nail clipper and clock motors. 25 1/2 x 16 x 21 inches (64.8 x 40.6 x 53.3 cm)

Tim Hawkinson. World Clock, 2012. Medicine cabinet, ace bandage, lotion bottle, prescription medicine bottle, dental floss, deodorant, toothbrushes, plastic cup, pump soap bottle, nail clipper and clock motors. 25 1/2 x 16 x 21 inches (64.8 x 40.6 x 53.3 cm)

Kelly Kleinschrodt. restkonstellation I, 2017. Photogram in artist frame. 20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)

Luciana Lamothe. Untitled, 2017. Iron pipes and couplers. 32 x 32 x 32 inches (81.3 x 81.3 x 81.3 cm)

Leo Marz. Las batallas del display (STC01), 2017. Acrylic on canvas. 61 1/8 x 46 inches (155.3 x 116.8 cm)

Leo Marz. Las batallas del display (STM01),
2017 (detail). Acrylic on wall
Dimensions variable

Leo Marz. Las batallas del display (STM01),
2017 (detail). Acrylic on wall
Dimensions variable

Knud Merrild.Apostasy, 1951. Oil flux on paper mounted to board. 19 3/4 x 15 inches (50.2 x 38.1 cm)

Matt Nichols. Reliquary, 2013. Plywood, lacquer, oil paint and teak veneer. 22 x 18 x 16 inches (55.9 x 45.7 x 40.6 cm)

Allen Ruppersberg. Poster Object (What Should I Do?), 1988. Silkscreen on aluminum. 22 x 14 inches (55.9 x 35.6 cm)

Allen Ruppersberg. Poster Object (Why Is Everything The Same?), 1988. Silkscreen on aluminum. 22 x 14 inches (55.9 x 35.6 cm)

Allen Ruppersberg. Poster Object (Where Should I Go?), 1988. Silkscreen on aluminum. 22 x 14 inches (55.9 x 35.6 cm)

Brian Rochefort. Bull Head, 2017. Terra cotta, glaze and glass fragments. 11 x 11 x 9 inches (27.9 x 27.9 x 22.9 cm)

Brian Rochefort. Large Conch, 2017. Terra cotta, stoneware, glaze and glass. 7 x 10 x 7 inches (17.8 x 25.4 x 17.8 cm)

Brian Rochefort. Skull (red, white, black), 2017. Terra cotta, glaze and glass fragments. 7 x 5 x 7 inches (17.8 x 12.7 x 17.8 cm)

Brian Rochefort. Skull Planter, 2017. Terra cotta, glaze and glass fragments. 9 x 10 x 11 inches (22.9 x 25.4 x 27.9 cm)

Pablo Rasgado. This Too Shall Pass, 2017. Copper. 3/4 x 3/4 inches (1.9 x 1.9 cm)

Pablo Rasgado. Arquitectura Desdoblada, 2011, 2012, 2015. Drywall and acrylic. 78 1/2 x 78 1/2 inches (199.4 x 199.4 cm)

Pablo Rasgado. Arquitectura Desdoblada, 2011, 2012, 2015. Drywall and acrylic. 72 x 96 inches (182.9 x 243.8 cm)

Pablo Rasgado. Unfolded Architecture (M HKA 19), 2017. Acrylic on drywall. 39 3/8 x 39 3/8 x 2 9/16 inches (100 x 100 x 6.5 cm)

Pablo Rasgado. Unfolded Architecture (M HKA 9), 2017. Acrylic on drywall. 19 11/16 x 19 11/16 x 2 9/16 inches (50 x 50 x 6.5 cm)

Pablo Rasgado. Unfolded Architecture (M HKA 10), 2017. Acrylic on drywall. 19 11/16 x 19 11/16 x 2 9/16 inches (50 x 50 x 6.5 cm)

Pablo Rasgado. Unfolded Architecture (M HKA 11), 2017. Acrylic on drywall. 19 11/16 x 19 11/16 x 2 9/16 inches (50 x 50 x 6.5 cm)

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Steve Turner is pleased to present This Too Shall Pass, an installation by Pablo Rasgado that incorporates a selection of works by artists from Los Angeles and Latin America: Matthew Brandt, Joshua Callaghan, Jedediah CaesarEmilio Chapela, Graham Collins, Gustavo Godoy, Tim Hawkinson, Kelly Kleinschrodt, Luciana Lamothe, Leo Marz, Knud Merrild, Matt Nichols, Brian Rochefort and Allen Ruppersberg.

Rasgado’s architectural installation consists of drywall fragments recycled from museum exhibitions that he reconfigures to create exhibition spaces for the works of the other artists. The drywall fragments came from the Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp and the Carrillo Gil Museum, Mexico City. Rasgado designates these reconstituted forms as “Unfolded Architecture” paintings.

Rasgado’s installation and his selection of artworks address both impermanence and transformation while offering a subtle commentary on building walls. All the works contain material or form that was used in some other way before they became works of art, and the artist thinks of this transformation as a form of alchemy in which the ephemeral becomes ever-lasting while the new artworks still retain some remnant of the cultural content from their previous use. In building walls to juxtapose artists from Los Angeles with those from Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, Rasgado elaborates on concepts embedded in LA/LA, the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time project, by choosing Latin American and Los Angeles artists. In addition, the metaphor of the wall is not new to Rasgado’s practice—it has been part of his past solo exhibitions in Los Angeles; however, it now seems more relevant than ever.

Pablo Rasgado reconfigures material from everyday life into new abstractions. Much of his past work has been made from painted public walls, some extracted from busy city streets, others from temporary museum exhibitions. Sometimes the walls have political or social content. Sometimes they simply contain an image that the artist wants to capture and present in a new way. Whatever the source, Rasgado seeks to represent a frozen moment. In the case of the Unfolded Architecture paintings, they represent specific moments within a museum’s history and indeed in art history.

Pablo Rasgado (born 1984 Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico) has had solo exhibitions at Steve Turner, Los Angeles (2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017); Arratia Beer, Berlin (2012 & 2014); OMR, Mexico City (2013); and Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City (2011). He has also had work in group exhibitions at XIII Bienal de Cuenca (2016); CAM Raleigh (2014); The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (2013); Ex Magazzini di San Cassian, Art Collateral Events, 55th Venice Biennale (2013); Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel (2013); Museo Carrillo Gil, Mexico City (2012); and Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City (2010). His work is owned by public collections including Wattis Foundation, San Francisco; Perez Art Museum, Miami; Jumex Collection, Mexico City; and The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. He lives and works in Mexico City.


Born 1984, Zapopan, Mexico
Lives and works in Mexico City

Education 

2010
Proyecciones y Superficies Workshop, National Center for the Arts, Mexico City
Ejercicio de Correspondencia Workshop, SOMA, Mexico City

2007
Diploma Course in Museology, Centro Cultural Casa Lamm, Mexico City

2003
Diploma Course in Photography, Centro Morelense de las Artes, Mexico

2006
BFA, Autonomous University of the State of Morelos, Mexico

Solo Exhibitions

2017
This Too Shall Pass, Steve Turner, Los Angeles

2016
Horizon, Steve Turner, Los Angeles

2015
FIAC OFFICIELLE (with Steve Turner), Paris
Ellipsis, Steve Turner, Los Angeles

2014
Afterlife, Arratia Beer, Berlin

2013
Vanishing Act, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
Ojo por Diente, Galería OMR, Mexico City

2012
Monochromatic Muralism, Arratia Beer, Berlin
Fragmental, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
Victoria Pírrica, ATEA, Mexico City

2011
Arquitectura Desdoblada, The Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City
Wall to Wall, Steve Turner, Los Angeles

2008
Eternity in an empty room, Arcaute Arte Contemporáneo, Monterrey, Mexico

2005
Baba, Casa Emergente Visual Lab and Gallery, Cuernavaca, Mor. Mexico

2004
Sobre la certeza, Alberca artes Gallery, Mexico

Art Fair Solo & Two-Person Exhibitions

2017
Floorplan, Art Brussels (with Steve Turner)

2016
Sintesia, XIII Bienal de Cuenca, Museo Pumapungo

2015
ARCOmadrid (with Steve Turner)

2014
Art Basel Statements (with Arratia Beer, Berlin)
Solo Projects: Focus Latin America, ARCOmadrid

2013
ARTBO (with Steve Turner, Los Angeles), Bogotá

2012
Art Basel Miami Beach (with Arratia Beer, Berlin)
Paint Study, Zona Maco Sur (with Steve Turner), Mexico City (curated by Patrick Charpenel)

2011
Art Berlin Contemporary (with Arratia Beer, Berlin)

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017
ArteBA (with Steve Turner), Buenos Aires

2016
Come as you are, Arratia Beer, Berlin
Cuenca Bienal, Ecuador
Seattle Art Fair (with Steve Turner)

2015
Glass House: Building With Intimacy, Ballroom Projects, Chicago
United States of Latin America, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
Extraction, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
Space Program, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
Constructs (with Nathan Green and Laura Vandenburgh), Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, Portland (curated by Rachel Adams)

2014
ARTBO (with Steve Turner), Bogotá
Translation Movement, Travesia Cuatro, Madrid
Limited Visibility, CAM, Raleigh, NC, USA
La voluntad de la piedra, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico, USA
Pinta London (with Steve Turner, Los Angeles)

2013
Other People’s Problems: Conflicts and Paradoxes, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Art Baja Tijuana, Casa GS, Tijuana, Mexico
Noise, Ex Magazzini di San Cassian, Venice, Italy
Donde el Lenguaje es el Material, Casa del Lago, Mexico City
When Attitudes Became Form Becomes Attitudes, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit
Lost Line: Contemporary Art from the Collection, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
Proyecto Basurto, Steve Turner, Mexico City

2012
Los Irrespetuosos, Group Show, Carrillo Gil, Mexico City
When Attitudes Became Form Becomes Attitudes, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco
Donde el lenguaje es el material, Group Show, Casa del Lago, Mexico City
Tiempo de Sospecha, Museum of Modern Art, Mexico
Prorroga Recuperada, Ex Teresa Arte Actual, Mexico City
Bienal Tamayo, MACO, Oaxaca, Mexico

2011
Transitio_ MX 04 – Festival of Electronic Arts and Video, Mexico City
Destello, Colección Jumex, Ecatepec de Morelos, Mexico (curated by Osvaldo Sanchez)
Cartography, ICOCULT, Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico
Interconnects, Contemporary Art in the FEMSA Collection, Pinacoteca Diego Rivera, Veracruz, Xalapa

2010
This is about…Plataforma arte Contemporaneo, Guadalajara, Mexico (curated by Ruben Mendez)
Cimbra: Formas especulativas y armados metafísicos, Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City
Open Day, Stonehouse, Alakuko, Lagos, Nigeria
IX Bienal Monterrey FEMSA, Galería de Arte Moderno y Contemporáne Ángeles, Espinosa Iglesias, Casa de la Cultura de Puebla and San Pedro, Museo de Arte, Puebla, Mexico
Second Comino, Hessel Museum of Art & Center for Curatorial Studies Galleries at Bard College, (curated by Carlos Palacios, Andre Torreblanca, Gabi Ngocobo)
IX Bienal Monterrey FEMSA, Cecut, Tijuana

2009
IX Bienal Monterrey FEMSA, Centro de las Artes, Parque Fundidora Monterrey, Mexico
Open Art México, Open: International performance art festival, Collaboration with Kelly Kleinschrodt, Beijing
Diorama: la reinvención del paisaje, MUCA Roma Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte, Mexico City (curated by Gonzalo Ortega)
Staybite: Modes of Operation, The University of Texas at Dallas, Visual Arts Building, Dallas (curated by Karla Diaz and Evelyn Serrano)
Needle in a Haystack, Eagle Rock Center for the Arts, Los Angeles (curated by Nate Garcia)

2008
Exchange Rate, Sea and Space Explorations, Los Angeles
Exchange Rate, Remy’s on Temple, Los Angeles
Preservación de forma y equilibrio #2, Collaboration with Luis Ordoñez, Orizaba 203-2, Mexico

2007
Principio de incertidumbre, Forum universal de las culturas, Centro de las Artes I y II, Parque
fundidora Monterrey, Mexico (curated by Fernando Delmar)
Montañas Fototeca de Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico (curated by Patricia Martín)

2006
Ejemplares: Libro Objeto, Museo Nacional de la Estampa, Mexico (curated by Albert Dilger)
Sueño de una Noche de Verano, Collaboration with Luis Ordoñez, Centro Cultural
Muros, Cuernavaca, Mexico (curated by Andrea Torreblanca and Paulina Cornejo)

2005
Preservación de forma y equilibrio, Collaboration with Luis Ordoñez, Casa Emergente, Cuernavaca, Mexico

2004
Lo que no explica la vida lo explica el fuego, Collaboration with Luis Ordoñeze, 21 Gallery, Cuernavaca, Mexico

Residencies and Awards

2015
Fundación Casa Wabi, Oaxaca
Skowhegen, Maine
MacDowell Conlony, Peterborough, New Hampshire
Honorific Mention at the Faena Art Prize

2014
Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris

2013
Artist-in-residence, SE RENTA
International Residency Program, Laboratorio de Agentes del Arte Contemporáneo, Tijuana

2012
Bancomer MACG Program 2012 Fellow
Triangle Art Trust Artist’s Workshop, New York

2011
Artist-in-residence, La Chambre Blanche, Québec
International Residency Program at the École Superier d’ Art et Design, Saint Ettienne, France

2010
CCA Lagos – Triangle artist Workshop Nigeria, Center for Contemporary Art Lagos, Stonehouse Alakuko, Lagos, Nigeria
Young Creators Grant, Painting, National Fund for Culture and Arts, Mexico

2009
Honorific Mention at the IX Monterrey Femsa Biennale
1st place, Printed mediums, at the international Journalism Award Can Cun
International Residency Program at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, Nebraska

2007
Mexican American Fellowship, Mexican American Foundation
Residency Program at the Vermont Studio Center, Jonson, Vermont

2006
Young Creators Grant, New Mediums, National Fund for Culture and Arts, Mexico

2000
“Montalbán y los Zapotecas,” Pasajes de la historia Magazine, special edition, October 2000

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2013
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2010
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2006
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2004
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