Richard Haden: (RAD) Running a Derive

Oct. 7, 2011 - Nov. 12, 2011

Opening reception Oct. 7, 2011, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Entering the Republic of Misery (production still), 2011


Dorsch Gallery is pleased to present Richard Haden's solo exhibition, (RAD) Running a Derive.

With his trompe l'oiel wooden sculptures of pieces of urban detritus, Richard Haden has been mapping the impact of modern existence since the 1980s. He juxtaposes these pieces with new video and photographs that reflect on the physical and emotional limits of our city.

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Richard Haden

Running a Derive', 2011, Installation shot


Richard Haden

Entering the Republic of Misery, 2011, installation shot


Richard Haden

Ripped from North Beach, 2011, polychromed wood


Richard Haden

Ripped at NW 7th and 54th, 2011, polychromed wood


Richard Haden

Do Not Ever Open, 2011, polychromed wood, Mirror Mirror, 2011, polychromed wood


Richard Haden

Topography File/ Miami, 2011, polychromed wood


Richard Haden

Mercedes/ One Time, 2011, polychromed wood





Entering the Republic of Misery, 2011, 25 minute loop, in collaboration with Bill Bilowit (5 minute excerpt)