Gastarbeiten

November 7 - December 20, 2014



 

 

Pressefreisetzung

Autor: Walead Beshty

 

Galerie Capitain Petzel ist glücklich zu gibt eine Ausstellung aus Walead Beshty. Dass ist diese erste Ausstellung mit unsere Galerie. Hier wieder Beshty benutzen versteckt oder nicht gesehen Arbeit erforderlich im der Produktion aus Kunst, und der Spuren übrig von beide schwer Arbeit mit und der immateriell Büroarbeit. Hier Beshty fortsetzen ihnen Arbeit Serie von Kupfer Arbeit Oberflächen, sowie Schreibtischen und Tischen. Die Leute von die Galerie benutzen die Tisch machen es schmutzig während täglich Aktivität. Kupfer ist eine sehr reaktiv Metall und wann berühren es registriert wo die Körper machen Kontakt. Aus andere Worten, die Tisch bekommt dunkel mit deinem Hand hat berühren es, Fleck bei dem immateriell Arbeit aus die Galerie. Auch diese Tisch sind Spiegel Politur gemacht, reflektierenden Raum dass umgibt das Arbeit. Diesen anderen Arbeiten hier ist ohne Kamera Fotografien, mit Hand Fleck vom dass Produktionen beide die Arbeiter und die Maschinen der Arbeiter benutzt zu diese Kunst gemacht. Hier diesen Arbeiter sind vorhanden bei dem Mittel aus Arbeit. Mit diesen Arbeit ist Hand Bilder mit Kunst, welches zeigen unsere Beziehung zu Kunst. Die oder Kunst Arbeit ist kaputt Maschien, aufgespießt bei durch ein Metallstange Beshty ́s Höhe. Televisionen hat eine Loch aus es aber es ist immer arbeiten. Die Loch machen die normale Television Bild eine abstrakt Bild. Eine Zuschauer kann schauen in eine technologisches Bild. Die Leben aus dem Künstler, gleich zu alle Kulturarbeiter, ist verbringen im Hotel Raum und Flughafen. Beshty benutzen dieser zwischen Momenten zu machen Arbeit. Hier Beshty zeigen Zeichnung aus Papier macht mit Kugelschreiber auf dem Reisen er gemacht als ein Künstler.

 

 

Walead Beshty geboren im London Gross Britanien aus 1976. Er ist einem Künstler und machen viele Ausstellungen in dem Welt, zum Beispiel die Whitney Museum zum amerikanische Kunst, und der Museum zum moderne Kunst New York, und Tate Britanien, und die Hirschhorn Museum und Skulptur Garten, und der Barbican und viele mehr. Er ist arbeit mit Regen Projects, Los Angeles und Petzel Galerie, New York und Thomas Dane Galerie, London und mehr.

 

 

 

Press Release

Author: Walead Beshty

 

Gallery Capitain Petzel is happy to present an exhibition by Walead Beshty. It is the first exhibition with the gallery. Here again Beshty uses hidden or invisible work needed in the production of art and the traces left of heavy labor and the immaterial office labor. Beshty continues his series of copper work surfaces, as well as desks and tables. The people of the gallery make the tables dirty by using it during their daily activity. Copper is a very reactive metal and when touched it registers where the body made contact. In other words, the tables become dark by the touch of the hand, marks that come from the immaterial labor in the gallery. Furthermore these tables are mirror polished and reflect the room that surround the work. The other works are without-camera photography, that have marks from the production that are made by the hands of the workers and the machines they use to produce these works. Here the workers are present in the medium of the work. These are hand pictures of art which show us our relationship to art. The other works are broken machines, spike by a metal rod that has the height of Beshty. The televisions have a hole but still are working. The normal television image becomes an abstract image because of the hole. The viewer actually looks into a technological image. The life of the artist, is alike to all cultural workers, it is spend in hotel rooms and airports. Beshty uses these in-between moments to make the works. Here Beshty shows drawings on paper made with ball pen on the journeys he did as an artist.

 

 

Walead Beshty born in London Great Britain in 1976. He is an artist and make many exhibitions in the world, for example at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Museum of Modern Art New York, and the Tate Britain, and the Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and the Barbican and many more. He works with Regen Projects, Los Angeles and Petzel Gallery, New York and Thomas Dane Gallery, London and more.

 

Press Contact I Capitain Petzel

Svenja Schuhbauer I Telephone: +49 30 240 88130 Email: schuhbauer@capitainpetzel.de

Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11am – 6pm


  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Walead Beshty, "Table [Source: carrara glass and brass conference room desk designed by Paul McCobb for Calvin Furniture Company from the presentation room at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany. Surrogate: WB98114 (produced in conjunction with Friedrich Petzel, Owner; Gisela Capitain, Owner; Michael Wiesehöfer, Director; Svenja Schuhbauer, Associate Director; Kathleen Knitter, Gallery Manager; Eloisa Travaglini, Intern; Dylan Peirce, Technician; Hervé Humbert, Technician), Copper Surrogate (Table: designed by Paul McCobb for Calvin Furniture Company), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 32 31⁄64 x 32 31⁄64 x 16 7/64 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $9,447.41 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Los Angeles Packing, Crating and Transport, Incorporated from Los Angeles to Berlin, August 28 through September 10, 2014. Installed in place of Paul McCobb table in the presentation room at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany, on September 11, 2014, and exposed through November 3, 2014. Table has one base surrogate with the dimensions 31 37/64 x 31 29/64 x 14 39/64 inches.]", 2014, Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel, 16.1 x 32.5 x 32.5 inches / 40 x 82.5 x 82.5 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin & Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Walead Beshty, "Table [Source: carrara glass and brass conference room desk designed by Paul McCobb for Calvin Furniture Company from the presentation room at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany. Surrogate: WB98114 (produced in conjunction with Friedrich Petzel, Owner; Gisela Capitain, Owner; Michael Wiesehöfer, Director; Svenja Schuhbauer, Associate Director; Kathleen Knitter, Gallery Manager; Eloisa Travaglini, Intern; Dylan Peirce, Technician; Hervé Humbert, Technician), Copper Surrogate (Table: designed by Paul McCobb for Calvin Furniture Company), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 32 31⁄64 x 32 31⁄64 x 16 7/64 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $9,447.41 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Los Angeles Packing, Crating and Transport, Incorporated from Los Angeles to Berlin, August 28 through September 10, 2014. Installed in place of Paul McCobb table in the presentation room at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany, on September 11, 2014, and exposed through November 3, 2014. Table has one base surrogate with the dimensions 31 37/64 x 31 29/64 x 14 39/64 inches.]", 2014, Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel, 16.1 x 32.5 x 32.5 inches / 40 x 82.5 x 82.5 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin & Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Walead Beshty, "Table [Source: steel, pigmented epoxy, powder coating, particleboard, melamine foil, foil, and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene plastic work surface table designed by Olle Lundberg for IKEA from the storage at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany. Surrogate: WB98214 (produced in conjunction with Elisabeth Pallentin, Gallery Assistant/Media Archivist; Eloisa Travaglini, Intern; Dylan Peirce, Technician; Hervé Humbert, Technician; Adrian Lohmüller, Preparator; Claus Philip Lehmann; Preparator), Copper Surrogate (Table: designed by Olle Lundberg for IKEA), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 62 29⁄32 x 31 29⁄64 x 28 63/64 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $17,842.86 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Los Angeles Packing, Crating and Transport, Incorporated from Los Angeles to Berlin, August 28 through September 10, 2014. Installed in place of Olle Lundberg table in the storage at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany, on September 11, 2014, and exposed through November 3, 2014. Table has one base surrogate with the dimensions 59 23⁄32 x 28 11⁄32 x 27 31⁄64 inches.]", 2014, Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel, 29 x 62.9 x 31.5 inches / 73.7 x 159.8 x 80 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin & Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Walead Beshty, "Table [Source: steel, pigmented epoxy, powder coating, particleboard, melamine foil, foil, and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene plastic work surface table designed by Olle Lundberg for IKEA from the storage at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany. Surrogate: WB98214 (produced in conjunction with Elisabeth Pallentin, Gallery Assistant/Media Archivist; Eloisa Travaglini, Intern; Dylan Peirce, Technician; Hervé Humbert, Technician; Adrian Lohmüller, Preparator; Claus Philip Lehmann; Preparator), Copper Surrogate (Table: designed by Olle Lundberg for IKEA), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 62 29⁄32 x 31 29⁄64 x 28 63/64 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder-coated steel support structures. $17,842.86 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Los Angeles Packing, Crating and Transport, Incorporated from Los Angeles to Berlin, August 28 through September 10, 2014. Installed in place of Olle Lundberg table in the storage at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany, on September 11, 2014, and exposed through November 3, 2014. Table has one base surrogate with the dimensions 59 23⁄32 x 28 11⁄32 x 27 31⁄64 inches.]", 2014, Polished copper table top and powder-coated steel, 29 x 62.9 x 31.5 inches / 73.7 x 159.8 x 80 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin & Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Walead Beshty, "Cross-Contaminated RA4 Contact Print [Black Curl (9:6/CYM/Six Magnet: Los Angeles, California, August 13, 2014, Fujicolor Crystal Archive Super Type C, Em. No. 112-012, Kodak Ektacolor RA Bleach-Fix and Replenisher, Cat. No. 847 1484, 81514), Kreonite KM IV 5225 RA4 Color Processor, Ser. No. 00092174]", 2014, Color Photographic Paper, 116.4 x 50 inches / 295.7 x 127 cm, framed: 118 x 51.4 inches / 299.7 x 130.5 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Walead Beshty, "Der Spaßvogel (Los Angeles, California, August 30, 2011), Frame No. 18", 2014 Black and white digital fiber print, 29.3 x 35.6 inches / 74.5 x 90.5 cm (framed), © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin & Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Walead Beshty, "Cross-Contaminated RA4 Contact Print [Black Curl (9:6/MCY/Six Magnet: Los Angeles, California, April 14, 2014, Fujicolor Crystal Archive Super Type C, Em. No. 107 -016, Kodak Ektacolor RA Bleach-Fix and Replenisher, Cat. No. 847 1484, 61214), Kreonite KM IV 5225 RA4 Color Processor, Ser. No. 00092174]", 2014, Color Photographic Paper, 116.4 x 50 inches / 295.7 x 127 cm, framed: 118 x 51.4 inches / 299.7 x 130.5 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Walead Beshty, "Desk [Source: chrome-plated steel and wood desk designed by Egon Eiermann from the office of Michael Wiesehöfer at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany. Surrogate: WB97814 (produced in conjunction with Michael Wiesehöfer, Director), Copper Surrogate (Desk: designed by Egon Eiermann), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 78 7/8 x 39 1⁄16 x 29 1/16 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror- polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic- Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder- coated steel support structures. $20,611.99 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Los Angeles Packing, Crating and Transport, Incorporated from Los Angeles to Berlin, August 28 through September 10, 2014. Installed in place of Egon Eiermann desk in the office of Michael Wiesehöfer at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx- Allee 45, Berlin, Germany, on September 11, 2014, and exposed through November 3, 2014. Desk has one base surrogate with the dimensions 56 3⁄16 x 32 7⁄16 x 27 9⁄16 inches.]", 2014, Polished copper table top and powder- coated steel, 29.9 x 78.7 x 39.1 inches / 75.9 x 200 x 99.4 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Walead Beshty, "Desk [Source: chrome-plated steel and wood desk designed by Egon Eiermann from the office of Michael Wiesehöfer at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany. Surrogate: WB97814 (produced in conjunction with Michael Wiesehöfer, Director), Copper Surrogate (Desk: designed by Egon Eiermann), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 78 7/8 x 39 1⁄16 x 29 1/16 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror- polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic- Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder- coated steel support structures. $20,611.99 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Los Angeles Packing, Crating and Transport, Incorporated from Los Angeles to Berlin, August 28 through September 10, 2014. Installed in place of Egon Eiermann desk in the office of Michael Wiesehöfer at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx- Allee 45, Berlin, Germany, on September 11, 2014, and exposed through November 3, 2014. Desk has one base surrogate with the dimensions 56 3⁄16 x 32 7⁄16 x 27 9⁄16 inches.]", 2014, Polished copper table top and powder- coated steel, 29.9 x 78.7 x 39.1 inches / 75.9 x 200 x 99.4 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Walead Beshty, "TCL LE40FHDE2010 40-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV", 2014, Television, 36.6 x 22.2 x 4.5 inches / 93 x 56.5 x 11.5 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Walead Beshty, "Epson Stylus NX420", 2014, Epson Stylus NX420, 71.7 x 23.6 x 19.7 inches / 182 x 60 x 50 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Walead Beshty, "Table [Source: embossed lacquered medium density fiberboard and chrome finish steel conference room desk designed by Lievore Altherr Molina from the meeting room at Capitain Petzel, Karl- Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany. Surrogate: WB98014 (produced in conjunction with Friedrich Petzel, Owner; Gisela Capitain, Owner; Michael Wiesehöfer, Director; Svenja Schuhbauer, Associate Director), Copper Surrogate (Table: designed by Lievore Altherr Molina), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 71 37⁄64 x 39 13⁄32 x 29 31/32 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror- polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic- Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder- coated steel support structures. $26,733.35 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Los Angeles Packing, Crating and Transport, Incorporated from Los Angeles to Berlin, August 28 through September 10, 2014. Installed in place of Lievore Altherr Molina desk in the meeting room at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany, on September 11, 2014, and exposed through November 3, 2014. Table has one base surrogate with the dimensions 27 9⁄16 x 19 7⁄8 x 28 15⁄32 inches.]", 2014, Polished copper table top and powder- coated steel, 29.1 x 71.7 x 39.4 inches / 74 x 182 x 100 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Walead Beshty, "Table [Source: embossed lacquered medium density fiberboard and chrome finish steel conference room desk designed by Lievore Altherr Molina from the meeting room at Capitain Petzel, Karl- Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany. Surrogate: WB98014 (produced in conjunction with Friedrich Petzel, Owner; Gisela Capitain, Owner; Michael Wiesehöfer, Director; Svenja Schuhbauer, Associate Director), Copper Surrogate (Table: designed by Lievore Altherr Molina), conceived in 2013, produced in 2014, made of polished copper and powder-coated steel with the dimensions 71 37⁄64 x 39 13⁄32 x 29 31/32 inches as a singular object. Production completed by Benchmark Scenery Incorporated, Glendale, California from 48 ounce Electrolytic-Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror- polished sheet and 24 ounce Electrolytic- Tough-Pitch C11000 Copper Alloy cut from 60 x 120 inch mirror-polished sheet, with formed corners where necessary, copper plated hardware, perimeter edge French cleat system, and separate black powder- coated steel support structures. $26,733.35 production cost including travel and storage crates with floating lockable cleat system. Unexposed surrogates shipped by Los Angeles Packing, Crating and Transport, Incorporated from Los Angeles to Berlin, August 28 through September 10, 2014. Installed in place of Lievore Altherr Molina desk in the meeting room at Capitain Petzel, Karl-Marx-Allee 45, Berlin, Germany, on September 11, 2014, and exposed through November 3, 2014. Table has one base surrogate with the dimensions 27 9⁄16 x 19 7⁄8 x 28 15⁄32 inches.]", 2014, Polished copper table top and powder- coated steel, 29.1 x 71.7 x 39.4 inches / 74 x 182 x 100 cm, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Walead Beshty, "Aderall, Amphetamine and dextroamphetamine 10 mg, cor 132, Round, multi-segmented, Core Pharmaceuticals Inc; Polychromos, Faber Castell, Sky Blue, 9201 - 146, (November 4 - 5, 2014)", 2014, Ink and color pencil on paper, 12.8 x 9.4 inches / 32.5 x 23.8 cm (framed), Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin & Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Walead Beshty, "Propecia, Finasteride 1 mg, H 36, Round, Camber Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Polychromos, Faber Castell, Pompeian Red, 9201 - 191, (November 4 - 5, 2014)", 2014, Ink and color pencil on paper, 12.8 x 9.4 inches / 32.5 x 23.8 cm (framed), Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin & Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  • Installation view: Walead Beshty, "Gastarbeiten", November 7 - December 20, 2014, Photo: Jens Ziehe, © the artist, Courtesy Capitain Petzel, Berlin