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Preview: Paperwork NYC Presents “Borrowed Time” ~ Opens Feb. 25th

This coming Saturday, Feb 25th, our friends at Paperwork NYC will host an exhibition and pop-up at the Void in Downtown LA in conjunction with the LA ART Book fair. The main show will consist of new work by Erik Brunetti, Brad Phillips, Heron Preston and Nate Walton. At the same time, Paperwork will host a pop-up all weekend long with Pleasures, Ignored Prayers, Clot, Julia fox, Natalie Krim, Niki Takesh and many others LA and New York creatives that will include all new Zines, clothing and other unique items. Keep reading for more information along with preview images from the primary artists...

Paper Work NYC arrives in Los Angeles to present BORROWED TIME, a one week-long group show examining the inevitable uncertainty of life from five diverse creative perspectives. Curated by Michael Krim, Founder of Paper Work NYC, the show features renowned artists and photographers Brad Phillips, Erik Brunetti, Heron Preston and Nate Walton exploring the unpredictability
and volatile disposition of our existence.

Hosted by ANP Quarterly Magazine, a creative platform of RVCA's Artist Network Program, the opening reception will launch at Edison Chen's celebrated 3125c The Void on February 25th.

“We are not in bodies, we are in rental vehicles. Some are Korean, some are American, some are Jordanian, but when our time in these vehicles ends, when they are blown up, torn apart, recalled and set on fire, we move into new rental vehicles, and with those vehicles we can move to new places; Poland, Saudi Arabia, Japan. But we are only ever renting these vehicles that carry our gruesome organs around...” says Brad Phillips. This show is an exploration of the unpredictability and volatile disposition of life, as understood by a multitude of creative perspectives.

About 3125c : 3125c is a creative collective with a foundation in art and culture. Created by Edison Chen his 'galleria' concept is designed for the new creative class, allowing them to engage with established and emerging artists in a complete immersive experience. These compelling exhibitions have been hosted in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Paris and Los Angeles.

Brad Phillips

Erik Brunetti

Heron Preston

Nate Walton

The show also extends into 3125c's shop where attendees can purchase limited prints, zines, and merch that embody Borrowed Time's irreverent spirit. Additionally, attendees can expect to see new releases by Heron Preston, Brad Phillips, Nate Walton, Erik Brunetti and limited edition specialty items from such notable brands as Pleasures, Clot, PWNYC, Ignored Prayers and more, along with an exclusive
collaboration with Depop, which will be available on the app and depop.com/paperworknyc.

BORROWED TIME
Opening: Saturday, February 25th, 2017
On View: February 25th - March 8th, 2017
3125c THE VOID / 801 MATEO STREET UNIT C LOS ANGELES, 90021

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