Frank Gehry, pictured left, at Gagosian Gallery's opening of the presentation of his new Fish Lamps. The exhibition will be presented concurrently in Los Angeles and in Paris. Since the creation of the first lamp in 1984, the fish has become a recurrent motif in Gehry's work, as much for its "good design" as its iconographical and natural attributes. In 2012 Gehry decided to revisit his earlier ideas, and began working on an entirely new group of Fish Lamps. The resulting works, which will be divided between Gagosians Los Angeles and Paris, range in scale from life-size to out-size, and the use of ColorCore is bolder, incorporating larger and more jagged elements. Frank Gehry Fish Lamps will be on view until February 14, 2013 at Gagosian Gallery in Paris and Beverly Hills.