Regen Projects presents Three Young Framers, an exhibition of new work by New York-based artist Rachel Harrison. The exhibition reflects on what it means to frame a subject, in a time when subjects tend to frame themselves. A group of painted, abstract sculptures will congregate in the gallery, posing with selfie sticks like some sci-fi teen or tourist lifeforms. Metal studs erected in and around the perimeter of Regen Projects will also physically crop and frame the white cube, while nodding to Michael Asher’s 2008 Santa Monica Museum installation. In the back of the room, a reprise of Harrison’s Marilyn with Wall (2004) hangs on a discarded, former gallery wall. And in a separate space, the artist debuts FOMO (2015), a set of thirty-four iPhone photos documenting footprints left

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