Lacan's Habit, cut vinyl, 2012

I saw Pablo Lehmann’s work for the first time in person at the San Diego Contemporary Art Fair and what a treat it was. Both intricate and delicate, it was difficult not to spend all day just searching out letters and words—the detail of each piece is overwhelming. From wall hangings to 3D works like clocks and mirrors, to an entire room of cut paper, this man’s attention to detail and work ethic knows no bounds. Enjoy getting lost:

Lacan's Habit detail, cut vinyl, 2012

Lacan’s Habit detail, cut vinyl, 2012

Correspondence, cut paper, 2013

Correspondence, cut paper, 2013

(Dis)course, cut paper, 2012

(Dis)course, cut paper, 2012

(Dis)course detail, cut paper, 2012

(Dis)course detail, cut paper, 2012

The Scribe's House (the room), 2010

The Scribe’s House (the room), 2010

The Scribe's House (the desk), 2010

The Scribe’s House (the desk), 2010

The Scribe's House (the desk) detail, 2010

The Scribe’s House (the desk) detail, 2010

The Scribe's Thesis, cut paper, 2012

The Scribe’s Thesis, cut paper, 2012

The Scribe's Thesis detail, cut paper, 2012

The Scribe’s Thesis detail, cut paper, 2012

Baroque Alphabet, cut paper, 2010

Baroque Alphabet, cut paper, 2010

Baroque Alphabet detail, cut paper, 2010

Baroque Alphabet detail, cut paper, 2010

Vanity Mirror, cut paper

Vanity Mirror, cut paper

The Curved Book I, cut paper, 2011

The Curved Book I, cut paper, 2011