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Harold Ancart @ David Kordansky

PHOTOGRAPHY /

Courtesy of
David Kordansky Gallery
&
CLEARING

Installation views &
Individual works,
Fredrik Nilsen

Harold's portrait,
© Anton Corbijn
(for Vogue)

CREDITS /

September 29, 2016

2-TIMES · Art
Harold Ancart,
Grand Flâneur
@ David
Kordansky
Gallery 
— 

Born: 
1980, Brussels. 

The idea: 
If the flâneur is
one who moves
idly through an
urban context,
reveling in the
seductive nature
of what he or
she encounters
and generating
aesthetic pleasure
with the simple act
of looking, the
work at the center
of Grand Flâneur
posits that artists
and viewers alike
constitute a special
breed of tourist,
passing by sites
of interest on a
larger journey
that exceeds the
delimited area of
any one moment,
space, or artwork.
’ 

‘Grand Flâneur’: 

Is the New York-
based artist's first 
solo show in Los 
Angeles & with 
David Kordansky 
Gallery
, presenting 
a single work – 
a monumental mural 
that is 14-feet tall
and 37-feet wide,
rendered with oil
stick pigments on
a concrete wall
constructed in
the gallery space
specially for the
exhibition.

On view at: 
David Kordansky Gallery 
— 
5130 W Edgewood Pl,
Los Angeles, CA 90019,
United States 

Closes: 
October 22, 2016.