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Darren Lago

IRON NIKE, RED RIGHT, 2017

2017
13 × 4 7/10 × 5 1/2 in
33 × 12 × 14 cm
Unique
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Maxwell Davidson Gallery, New York, Davidson Contemporary, New York
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Darren Lago
British, b. 1965
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Darren Lago is best known for fusing two recognizable objects into a single dissonant sculpture. Concerned with the material trappings of human lives, Lago’s works are both playful and provocative, such as Electric Chair (2003), a dining chair adorned with a silhouette of lighbulbs, and Reproduction (2004), a fiberglass sculpture made to look like a plaster-like mold, complete with flattened edges, in the shape of an infant. Mickey Mouse and handguns make frequent appearances in Lago’s work, epitomizing the dark side of free enterprise.

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Darren Lago
British, b. 1965
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Darren Lago is best known for fusing two recognizable objects into a single dissonant sculpture. Concerned with the material trappings of human lives, Lago’s works are both playful and provocative, such as Electric Chair (2003), a dining chair adorned with a silhouette of lighbulbs, and Reproduction (2004), a fiberglass sculpture made to look like a plaster-like mold, complete with flattened edges, in the shape of an infant. Mickey Mouse and handguns make frequent appearances in Lago’s work, epitomizing the dark side of free enterprise.

Darren Lago

IRON NIKE, RED RIGHT, 2017

2017
13 × 4 7/10 × 5 1/2 in
33 × 12 × 14 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
location
Maxwell Davidson Gallery, New York, Davidson Contemporary, New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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