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Marlo Pascual

Untitled, 2015

Two digital C-prints mounted on Plexiglas with sintra backing
60 × 31 2/5 in
152.4 × 79.8 cm
Location
New York
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Casey Kaplan
New York
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60 x 27.8" / 152.4 x 70.6cm;
60 x 31.4" / 152.4 x 79.8cm

60 x 27.8" / 152.4 x 70.6cm;
60 x 31.4" / 152.4 x 79.8cm

Medium
Mixed Media
Image rights
Photo: Jean Vong; Courtesy of the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York
Marlo Pascual
American, b. 1972
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Using amateur photography found in vintage stores and on Ebay, Marlo Pascual creates images and installations that give photographs a new life as objects removed from the context in which they were taken. Pascual cuts, folds, impales, and situates the enlarged prints in minimalist assemblages that employ props such as large rocks and plants, coat racks, and fluorescent lights. At a 2009 exhibition, Pascual placed the glamour shot of a woman’s legs in Untitled (2009), framed between plates of Plexiglas, at a right angle to the wall, providing the momentary impression of a figure reclining on the ground. Nearby, a small kitchen table supported a print, also untitled, of a topless woman posing suggestively. Facing it was an empty chair, making passing viewers recipients of the woman’s earnest overtures.

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About the work
Casey Kaplan
New York
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60 x 27.8" / 152.4 x 70.6cm;
60 x 31.4" / 152.4 x 79.8cm

60 x 27.8" / 152.4 x 70.6cm;
60 x 31.4" / 152.4 x 79.8cm

Medium
Mixed Media
Image rights
Photo: Jean Vong; Courtesy of the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York
Marlo Pascual
American, b. 1972
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Using amateur photography found in vintage stores and on Ebay, Marlo Pascual creates images and installations that give photographs a new life as objects removed from the context in which they were taken. Pascual cuts, folds, impales, and situates the enlarged prints in minimalist assemblages that employ props such as large rocks and plants, coat racks, and fluorescent lights. At a 2009 exhibition, Pascual placed the glamour shot of a woman’s legs in Untitled (2009), framed between plates of Plexiglas, at a right angle to the wall, providing the momentary impression of a figure reclining on the ground. Nearby, a small kitchen table supported a print, also untitled, of a topless woman posing suggestively. Facing it was an empty chair, making passing viewers recipients of the woman’s earnest overtures.

Marlo Pascual

Untitled, 2015

Two digital C-prints mounted on Plexiglas with sintra backing
60 × 31 2/5 in
152.4 × 79.8 cm
Location
New York
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