Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas

Practice in Leisure

Louis Fratino, Ridley Howard, Sadie Laska

Galería Mascota Ciudad de México 11/10/2017 – 01/05/2018

Louis Fratino, Ridley Howard, Sadie Laska. Installation view of Practice in Leisure, Galería Mascota, Ciudad de México, 2017. Photo credit: Pj Rountree. Courtesy of Galería Mascota and the artists

Louis Fratino, Ridley Howard, Sadie Laska. Installation view of Practice in Leisure, Galería Mascota, Ciudad de México, 2017. Photo credit: Pj Rountree. Courtesy of Galería Mascota and the artists

Sadie Laska. Clouds, 2017. Oil and acrylic on canvas, 86 x 76 cm. Photo credit: Pj Rountree. Courtesy of Galería Mascota and the artist

Out of my mind the golden ointment rained,
And my ears made the blowing hymns they heard.
I was myself the compass of that sea:
I was the world in which I walked, and what I saw
Or heard or felt came not but from myself:
And there I found myself more truly and more strange.

Excerpt Tea at the Palaz of Hoon by Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

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Louis Fratino, Ridley Howard, Sadie Laska. Installation view of Practice in Leisure, Galería Mascota, Ciudad de México, 2017. Photo credit: Pj Rountree. Courtesy of Galería Mascota and the artists

Louis Fratino, Ridley Howard, Sadie Laska. Installation view of Practice in Leisure, Galería Mascota, Ciudad de México, 2017. Photo credit: Pj Rountree. Courtesy of Galería Mascota and the artists

Sadie Laska. Clouds, 2017. Oil and acrylic on canvas, 86 x 76 cm. Photo credit: Pj Rountree. Courtesy of Galería Mascota and the artist

Out of my mind the golden ointment rained,
And my ears made the blowing hymns they heard.
I was myself the compass of that sea:
I was the world in which I walked, and what I saw
Or heard or felt came not but from myself:
And there I found myself more truly and more strange.

Excerpt Tea at the Palaz of Hoon by Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

http://www.galeriamascota.com

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