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Jose Dávila

Untitled (Seductive Girl), 2019

Archival pigment print
72 2/5 × 58 1/10 × 3 1/10 in
184 × 147.5 × 8 cm
Edition 3/4 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
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México, D.F
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Galería OMR
México, D.F
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Dávila’s photographic cutouts attest an interest in the indeterminacy of viewing
as consuming, when …

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Dávila’s photographic cutouts attest an interest in the indeterminacy of viewing
as consuming, when the proliferation of images is constantly testing our sense
of place or time as viewers in order to construct history. By piercing or ‘cutting
out’ the central subject in documentary photography, he compels the viewer to

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Cutouts (Lichtenstein)
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Jose Dávila
Mexican, b. 1974
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Drawing on his training as an architect, Jose Dávila reflects on the failure of utopian, modernist architectural principles in his assemblages, mixed-media works, photography, and installations. “There is something poetic in failure and in our limitations,” he says, “because we live with a modernism that is not preserved, where we see buildings that have abandoned or demolished and others have been badly remodeled.” Dávila is primarily known for his assemblages—spatial investigations and hybrids of painted wood, found objects, and plastics that resemble maquettes or quasi-functional structures. He is influenced by Donald Judd, Jannis Kounnellis, and Sol LeWitt.

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Galería OMR
México, D.F
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Dávila’s photographic cutouts attest an interest in the indeterminacy of viewing
as consuming, when …

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Dávila’s photographic cutouts attest an interest in the indeterminacy of viewing
as consuming, when the proliferation of images is constantly testing our sense
of place or time as viewers in order to construct history. By piercing or ‘cutting
out’ the central subject in documentary photography, he compels the viewer to

Read more
Signature
Sticker label
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Series
Cutouts (Lichtenstein)
Image rights
Courtesy of the Artist and Galería OMR, Mexico City.
Jose Dávila
Mexican, b. 1974
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Drawing on his training as an architect, Jose Dávila reflects on the failure of utopian, modernist architectural principles in his assemblages, mixed-media works, photography, and installations. “There is something poetic in failure and in our limitations,” he says, “because we live with a modernism that is not preserved, where we see buildings that have abandoned or demolished and others have been badly remodeled.” Dávila is primarily known for his assemblages—spatial investigations and hybrids of painted wood, found objects, and plastics that resemble maquettes or quasi-functional structures. He is influenced by Donald Judd, Jannis Kounnellis, and Sol LeWitt.

Jose Dávila

Untitled (Seductive Girl), 2019

Archival pigment print
72 2/5 × 58 1/10 × 3 1/10 in
184 × 147.5 × 8 cm
Edition 3/4 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
location
México, D.F
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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