Adrian Paules: Facts and Opinions
Exhibition Dates: March 4, 2013 – April 19, 2013
Reception: Saturday, March 9 from 7-9pm
The Greenleaf Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new sculptures and drawings by Los Angeles-based artist Adrian Paules. Paules earned his MFA from Yale University and his BFA from Tyler School of Art. He has had solo exhibitions at Parker Jones in Los Angeles and his work has been included in group shows at Black Dragon Society and Jail Gallery.
The work is intuitive.
The work is made by systematic strategies.
The work is the intersection of subjective decisions and self-imposed constraints (that are subjective as well).
The work asserts the authority of the artist.
The work celebrates and questions the meaningfulness of expression.
The work celebrates and questions the meaningfulness of systems.
The work examines the locus of meaning.
The work is the result of a series of decisions.
The work is the result of physical labor, but is not justified by it.
The work requires no justification.
The work does not aim to present an exhaustive list.
The work continues.