The Art of Getting It Together

Jesse Benson, Packaging, 2003/2023. Ephemera from all projects completed in grad school, vacuum-formed plastic, plexiglass, silkscreen on board. Installation dimensions variable, individual dimensions 21 x 28.8 x 3 in. Photo by Jeff McLane. Courtesy As-Is LA.

In Organizer, Jesse Benson’s first solo gallery show since 2017, the Los Angeles artist unpacks the “dialectic of order and chaos” by introducing heterogeneity to organizing systems.

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Gabriel Chaile: Longing For Nature

A group of people walking on a path near a large pot

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Gabriel Chaile, El viento sopla donde quiere (The Wind Blows Where It Wishes), 2023. Adobe and mixed metal. 303 (L) x 173 (H) x 109 (W) in. Photo by Timothy Schenck. Courtesy the High Line.

Nestled in the constructed landscape of the High Line, Argentine artist Gabriel Chaile’s colossal sculpture, El viento sopla donde quiere (2023), embodies a nostalgic, transhistorical exploration of humanity’s place within and through nature. 

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