Wade Guyton, “Untitled,” 2006.
Epson DURABrite inkjet on book page, 9.75 x 8.375 inches.


In his work as an artist, musician, and composer, Stephen Prina appropriates the works of other artists. At the Secession that means the fitted furnishings from two no longer existent houses by R. M. Schindler built in Los Angeles in the early 1940s for Hilaire Hiler and George (Rose) Harris. Based on photographs and the original designs, Prina had the pieces reconstructed and then used them as a “canvas” for his monochrome painting.

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