Portrait of a Professional
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Paris-born Pascal Giacomini is a multi-talented and multi-faceted artist. Working in several genres — mixed-media photography, sculpture, and functional art — he has exhibited in museums (UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History; Museum at California Center for the Arts, Escondido; and the Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles), as well as creating solo public sculpture exhibits (City of West Hollywood, City of Malibu) and site-specific functional art for prestigious private properties (Lloyd Wright’s Sowden House and the Norma Talmadge Estate). Over the years, he has also exhibited in various Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department venues throughout the city.
The artist's sculptures graced the median strip of Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood for a one-man show of large-scale works during a three-month period. Fourteen sculptures, ranging from 7 to 14 feet in height, spanned La Cienega Boulevard to Doheny Drive from June to October in 1994. In 1995, another group of large-scale sculptures named the Malibu Summer Artwalk could be viewed along the Pacific Coast Highway and other prime locations in the city. Pascal's work was also the focus of a one-man exhibit in the Fall Artist Series, organized annually by Neiman Marcus.
Pascal has lived and worked in Los Angeles since the 1980s. His studio is located in West Hollywood, California, and he is represented by Galerie Lakaye.