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Rob Voerman solo exhibition at PRJCTLA

Rob Voerman, “The Republic”, 2021, 12 x 5 x 9 meters, wood, canvas for lightboxes, glass, grafitti, lightbox with duratrans-image, lighting and other materials.

Rob Voerman, “UN-1”, 2020, lightbox with high-quality duratrans-image, 30 x 24cm (edition of 5) 70 x 56cm (edition of 10), 212,5 x 170cm (edition of 3)

Rob Voerman, “A Permeable Body of Solitude”, 2012, cardboard, wood, glass, plexie-glass, car-part and epoxi-resin, 3,5 x 3 x 4 meters. Photo: Brian Pinkley

Sat, Nov 19 - Fri, Dec 23  2022

PRJCTLA

From November 19 until December 23, 2022, Rob Voerman will have his second solo exhibition in Los Angeles. 18 Years after his inclusion in Hammer Projects at the Hammer Museum, Rob Voerman will show work at PRJCTLA, curated by Carl Berg. The exhibition will include prints and photo works, as well as a large installation which Voerman will build in Los Angeles in two weeks preceding the opening. Thematically the exhibition will relate to current themes like fake news, conspiracy-theories, geopolitical power-structures and the dangers of breakdown of democracies.

Rob Voerman, “UN-1”, 2020, lightbox with high-quality duratrans-image, 30 x 24cm (edition of 5) 70 x 56cm (edition of 10), 212,5 x 170cm (edition of 3)

Rob Voerman was born in 1966 in Deventer, The Netherlands. He currently lives and works in Arnhem, Netherlands. Voerman’s work ranges from sculpture, printmaking, drawing and photography to installation-art. All of his works have strong links to architecture. Voerman has shown his work worldwide and his work is part of major museum collections, including MoMA, the Hammer Museum and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

Rob Voerman, “A Permeable Body of Solitude”, 2012, cardboard, wood, glass, plexie-glass, car-part and epoxi-resin, 3,5 x 3 x 4 meters. Photo: Brian Pinkley

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