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Exhibition Detail
Richard David Sigmund: Drawing and Sculpture
POPUP GALLERY
440 Seaton St. #104
Los Angeles, CA 90013


March 19th, 2013 - May 2nd, 2013
Opening: 
March 19th, 2013 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
 
Stupas of Mind #1, Richard David SigmundRichard David Sigmund, Stupas of Mind #1,
2011, MDF and Lacquer, 21 x 21 x 36 inches
© Art Merge Lab | Richard David Sigmund
Stupas of Mind #2, Richard David SigmundRichard David Sigmund, Stupas of Mind #2,
2011, MDF and Lacquer, 21 x 21 x 36 inches
© Art Merge Lab | Richard David Sigmund
Stupas of Body (Complete Set), Richard David SigmundRichard David Sigmund,
Stupas of Body (Complete Set),
2010, Plywood and Lacquer, 7 x 7 x 12 inches (each)
© Art Merge Lab | Richard David Sigmund
Simplicity Series, Richard David SigmundRichard David Sigmund, Simplicity Series,
2009, Pencil on Paper, 19 x 15 inches (each)
© Art Merge Lab | Richard David Sigmund
Boy Praying At Qutb Minar, New Delhi, Richard David SigmundRichard David Sigmund,
Boy Praying At Qutb Minar, New Delhi,
2010, Pencil on Paper, 30 x 22 inches
© Art Merge Lab | Richard David Sigmund
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Art Merge Lab is proud to present Los Angeles-based artist Richard David Sigmund in his first gallery solo exhibition. Richard David Sigmund: Drawing and Sculpture features selections from each of the artist’s distinct but interrelated bodies of work, all displaying Sigmund’s characteristic use of geometric abstraction, executed with painstaking precision in monochrome or black and white. Sigmund’s pristine forms evoke a simple serenity reflecting the influence of the ancient Buddhist religious structure, the stupa, which are sites of meditation and contemplation and provide an ongoing source of inspiration for the artist.

Complimenting the reflective mood of Sigmund’s work will be an exhibition design that inspires serenity through low, atmospheric lighting and re-imagines the gallery as a modern sanctuary.

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