Represented Artists:




Joshua Hagler:

Joshua Hagler
Signal to Noise (Receive), 2016
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Joshua Hagler
Hunter in the Snow I, 2016
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Joshua Hagler
Nine Explorers in the Same Place at the Same Time, 2016
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Joshua Hagler
Missouri Study I, 2016
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Joshua Hagler
From Above the River Presses (Snake, December, 1811), 2016
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Joshua Hagler
From Below the Quiet Lures (Missouri, April, 1811), 2016
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Joshua Hagler
Riverbed I, 2016
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Joshua Hagler
Riverbed II, 2016
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Joshua Hagler
Riverbed III, 2016
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Joshua Hagler
Train Wreck #1 (Eternity is in love with the production of time), 2015
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Joshua Hagler
Train Wreck #2 (No bird soars too high if it soars with its own wings), 2015
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Joshua Hagler
The Ambush, 2015
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Joshua Hagler
The Fox that Condemns the Trap, 2015
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Joshua Hagler
The Vow, 2015
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Joshua Hagler
Self-Portrait as Confederate Soldier, 2015
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Joshua Hagler
Hidasleep for a million years before the Brother goes Fugitive and only for Fugitives does it stir and call, 2015
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Joshua Hagler
The Descent Beckons and The Ascent Beckoned, 2015
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Joshua Hagler
Surrogate (A Mark for Lost Memory), 2015
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Joshua Hagler
What Plays Dead Lies Breathing Beneath Rocks and Between Winds, 2015
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Joshua Hagler
This freedom seemed to reside somewhere in his jaws and an undergrowth of joy burned so fiercely from his throat that it was not easy for the onlookers to bear it. But they steeled themselves, surged around the cage, and wanted never to leave it., 2014
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Joshua Hagler
My Name is Nobody, 2014
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American, b. 1979

Based in Los Angeles, Joshua Hagler’s work has followed a natural evolution from an intense interest in religious thought and its history into Westward Expansion, notions of progress in exploration, and even into theoretical physics. With a focus on oil painting, Joshua’s ideas and interests expand into installation, video, animation, book making and other projects. Feelings of amnesia, redemptive yearning, and the freezing or collapsing of time weave throughout his various projects and media. As of 2006, Joshua has exhibited in both galleries and museums throughout North America, Europe, and Australia, many of which have been solo exhibitions. His most recent show, “The Adopted,” dealt with westward expansion, focusing on the dynamics between the Natives and the Whites. In late 2015 and early 2016, “The Adopted” traveled from La Sierra University in Riverside, California to JAUS Gallery in Los Angeles. In 2017 debut Joshua will debut most ambitious project to date at the Brand Library Art Center in Los Angeles and will include sculpture, sound installation, and new experiments in his painting practice.