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Frank Gehry showcases new Fish lamps at Gagosian gallery
Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry is showcasing a new series of Fish Lamps at Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles and Paris.
Created between 1984 and 1986 by Frank Gehry, the lamps are a new take on the old series, which is made up of shattered pieces of plastic laminate, resembling fish scales.
Made with ColorCore plastic laminate initially, the designer has used larger, jagged elements in the later stage to create the fish lamp. The fish lamp has been created using wire armatures molded into fish shapes to form the base of the initial forms, with the shards then attached to the base one by one by the use of glue to create the image of a living fish.
Gagosian Gallery is a contemporary art gallery owned and directed by Larry Gagosian. There are currently 11 gallery spaces with three in New York; two in London; and one in each of Beverly Hills, Rome, Athens, Paris, Geneva and Hong Kong.
Frank Gehry’s Fish Lamps will be on display from 11 January through 14 February 2013 in Los Angeles and from 24 January through 9 March 2013 in Paris.
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