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Twenty years later. - Whetheri iis pure coincidence oir not, these exhibitions hIiav usI"thir-tv-five works in Common ot of 01'150 ill thi' current LACNIA Los Angeles County Museum of Art exhibitioni). Because Baldessari is an incredibly prolific artist, the Los Angeles overlaps are unfortunate and the show nmight have been stronger June 27-September 12, 2010 had it concentrated on work made since 1991. Baldessari works ill iJohn Baldessari is a deisigod in Laos Angeles at re'vered educator, panton, lhinkci, and artist.
The photograph combines memento mori with a brief encounter in space. In other photographs, Walter learns about his world: hle crawls on the kitchen floor or observes his surroundings from a large, white, double bed that could continue endlessly in space ifit were not so defined by its heavy bedposts. Walter is content and tiny in the vastness of the bed. This photograph was displayed next to the White Bird (2006), which is also small and somehow helpless. The exhibition presented images of wildlife from the artist's "Zoo" series (2006) that focuses oin wild animals in captivity.
I recall my first visit as a young teen: I do not remember feelitig scared, just curious to tnect thelpatients I liad seard so much abtout. My stepfather capture the monumentality and austerity of the architecture, as well as details of neglect and decay. 'Fhe photograph of the breezeway to the infirmary ward at 'Faunton State Hospital in Massachusetts tiade iormal introductions itas if it were a ceremonious occasion. I met Bolt, who thought fte was a rabbit. ,jant was catatonic, wearing a shapeless housedress reveals an intact, majestic structure, weathered by pieeling paint and and totking back and ftrth ftr hours.