Group Show "I Don’t Like Fiction, I Like History" @ Gagosian Gallery In Los Angeles

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I Don’t Like Fiction, I Like History, with works by Thomas Demand, Andreas Gursky, Duane Hanson, Sharon Lockhart, and Jeff Wall opens at Gagosian Gallery. Using the pictorial languages of realism and illusion, the participating artists turn fragments of everyday life into legible narratives. Duane Hanson’s ensemble of construction workers at rest, Lunchbreak (1989), and a figure modeled after his own child in a quiet moment, Child with Puzzle(1978), are installed with photographic works that both reflect and complicate ideas of recorded reality and subjective, constructed composition. On view through September 28th at Gagosian Gallery 456 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills.