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Ghebaly Gallery presents Ingrid Luche

Photo Marc Domage, courtesy Ghebaly Gallery & Air de Paris

From December 15, 2018 to January 19, 2019, Ghebaly Gallery in Los Angeles presents the series (Californian) Ghost Dresses, a group of fabric sculptures suspended from a support structure.

Ingrid Luche's Ghost Dresses are part of a series of sculptures begun in 2011. Made to be printed and hung, the garments are soft, bodiless sculptural forms. No body-substitute fills out their volumes. The items, which were conceptualized in California and produced in Paris, focus on capturing poses and expression in reality.

The series is constructed from a corpus of objects and images collected by the artist during her travels in California including a burning house (seen on TV), a mural of Arnold Schwarzenegger (spotted in the street), disposable headphones (from a plane trip), a photo of a Richard Prince print of a canyon in the desert (gigantic, seen at LACMA), and more.

The exhibition is made possible with the support of the Centre national des arts plastiques and CPGA-DGCA

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