David P. Earle: Triple Play


David P. Earle created intricate wooden collages that visitors were able to disassemble and reassemble in unique forms. The resulting two dimensional “sculptures” were photographed and collected in a limited edition exhibition book.

David P. Earle works in a variety of forms including drawing, collage, woodcutting, sound and film. His work has been featured at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Telic Arts Exchange (Los Angeles), The Fellows of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles) and The IFC Center (New York). Recently he was the artist in residence at The Artist Studio in Pasadena. He is the editor and curator of “The Open Daybook,” a perpetual calendar featuring the work of 365 contemporary artists which was published in book form by Mark Batty Publisher (Random House) and exhibited at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions in January 2011. He is an adjunct faculty member in The School of Critical Studies at CalArts and a faculty member of The Armory Center for the Arts.

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Exhibition Opening: November 3rd, 2012

This show was made possible in part by the Pasadena Arts & Culture Commission and the City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Division.