Thomas Houseago: All Together NowExhibition

Thomas Houseago: All Together Now

In this exhibition, Houseago takes on an entirely new genre, the landscape, expressed through a new series of “panels." Shown here in aluminum, the artist creates stylized portals that look upon moments in his adopted and much beloved city of Los Angeles. They also address architecture in a new way; while figures inhabit the space, the panels transform and alter one’s perception of it.

Selected Works

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  • Untitled,
    2010
    bronze
    62 x 46 x 9 inches
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  • Black Mask I,
    2011
    Tuf-Cal, hemp, iron rebar, charcoal, graphite
    29 x 5 x 35 inches

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  • Rattlesnake figure (carving),
    2010
    Redwood, graphite and charcoal
    144 x 30 x 30 inches
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  • Lamp/Head
    2010
    Tuf-Cal, hemp, iron rebar, redwood
    Head: 38 x 30 x 23 inches
    Base: 50 x 24 x 24 inches

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  • Smoke/Sign I
    2011
    Tuf-Cal, hemp, iron rebar
    68 x 50 x 6 1/2 inches

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  • Wall Mask (Broken/Open),
    2010
    bronze
    35 x 28 x 6 inches
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  • Egg I,
    2011
    Tuf-Cal, hemp, iron rebar
    51 x 51 x 90 inches
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  • Tujunga Series (Moon & Pine),
    2010
    cast aluminum
    94 x 46 1/2 x 7 inches
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  • Untitled,
    2011
    Tuf-Cal, hemp, iron rebar
    41 1/8 x 3 1/2 x 32 inches
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  • Moon Mask (Two Plane),
    2010
    Tuf-Cal, hemp, iron rebar, redwood
    Head: 68 x 43 x 40 inches
    Base: 24 x 30 x 30 inces
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  • Holder,
    2010
    cast aluminum
    96 x 47 x 12 inches
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  • Bottle II,
    2010
    bronze
    120 x 43 x 45 inches
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  • Decorative Panel (Wall 2011 Relief),
    2011
    Tuf-Cal, hemp, iron rebar
    76 1/2 x 49 1/2 x 8 inches
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  • Bottle II,
    2010

    bronze

    120 x 43 x 45 inches

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  • Study (Hands-Feet II) Waking,
    2011
    Tuf-Cal, hemp, iron rebar
    66 1/2 x 41 1/2 x 70 inches
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  • Study (Hands-Feet II) Waking, (detail),
    2011
    Tuf-Cal, hemp, iron rebar
    66 1/2 x 41 1/2 x 70 inches
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  • Moon Figure,
    2010
    bronze
    80 x 73 x 42 inches

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  • Giant Mask (Cave),
    2010
    bronze
    95 x 56 x 39 inches
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  • Dancer II,
    2010
    bronze, latex paint
    Figure: 81 x 47 x 41 inches
    Base: 12 x 50 x 44 inches
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Publications

Selected Press

Blouin Artinfo | "The best sculptures come from a struggle": a Q&A with Thomas Houseago

September 11, 2012

Thomas Houseago’s monumental sculptures have taken the art world by storm. Away with the shiny collectible, …

Financial Times | Thomas Houseago's sacred monsters

August 17, 2012

At Thomas Houseago's studio building in East Los Angeles, which spans a full city block beside …

Art Review | Thomas Houseago

August 1, 2012

The sculptures of Thomas Houseago lumber and heave, they thud, they pitch, they creek. Their plaster …

The Guardian | Artist of the week 120: Thomas Houseago

January 5, 2011

Thomas Houseago’s sculpture has guts. He makes huge, disheveled macho figures from gobbets of gloriously …

Los Angeles Times | Sculptor Thomas Houseago's shape-shifting world

January 2, 2011

The LA-based artist is generating buzz in the art community for his hulking pieces...

The Art Economist | Thomas Houseago Artist to Watch

January 1, 2011

In 2003, artist, Thomas Houseago, moved from Europe to Los Angeles with a purported $300 to his name. …

Art + Auction | See L&M Arts

December 1, 2010

In January, the West Coast branch of the New York heavyweight will be showing new sculptures by the …