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Limited edition print by Paul Mpagi Sepuya

Support the Robert Giard Foundation by purchasing a limited edition print by artist and Foundation board member Paul Mpagi Sepuya.

Mirror Study (_2040670), 2017, archival pigment print, 10 x 13 inches (paper size 19 x 21), Edition of 20 with 2APs

Prints can be purchased for $1,200 each. All proceeds go to support the future of the Robert Giard Foundation Fellowship for photographers and filmmakers.

We arrange for the gallery to ship the print by FedEx.

 

For questions and information on purchasing an edition, email [email protected]

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Paul Mpagi Sepuya (b. 1982, San Bernardino, CA) is a Los Angeles-based artist working in photography. Sepuya’s work has been covered and published in ARTFORUM, Aperture, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Art Review, Frieze, Art in America, Monocle, Osmos, The Nation, and he is a recipient of the 2017 Rema Hort Mann Foundation’s grant for Los Angeles artists.

His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Studio Museum in Harlem, the International Center for Photography, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Milwaukee Art Museum, and the Carnegie Museum, among others. Solo exhibitions include “Double Enclosure” at Fotomuseum Amsterdam (2018); “Dark Room” at Document, Chicago (2018) and “Dark Room” at team (bungalow), Los Angeles; and “Figures, Grounds and Studies” at Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York City (both 2017).

Sepuya was recently featured in “Being: New Photography 2018” at the Museum of Modern Art and “Trigger” at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City (2018). His first museum survey of work from 2006 - 2018 will open May 2019 at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Upcoming exhibitions include a project for the Whitney Biennial 2019, and group exhibitions at the Walker Art Center, Guggenheim Museum, Getty Museum, and Contemporary Art Museum Houston. Sepuya is currently visiting artist faculty at California Institute of the Arts and has been on the board of the Robert Giard Foundation since 2009.