Explore an Art Hotel Made from Cardboard

The eye-dazzling Dosshaus installation is set to debut at Corey Helford Gallery.

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"Paper-Thin Hotel" from Dosshaus opens at Corey Helford Gallery on April 7, 2018. The cardboard-loaded work depicts what is billed as "... four rooms of a 60s flop-house hotel."
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"Paper-Thin Hotel" from Dosshaus opens at Corey Helford Gallery on April 7, 2018. The cardboard-loaded work depicts what is billed as "... four rooms of a 60s flop-house hotel."
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The phone, the luggage, the walls? Look closer... It's cardboard, further given a two-dimensionality in black and white.
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There are "hundreds of individual pieces" found within the exhibit.
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Even the room key, fashioned in the style of hotel keys seen a half century ago, is made from recycled cardboard.
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A nightstand and bird cage boast a illustration-cool visual impact, with some vibes of an old-school newsreel.
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Credit cards? Money? Cardboard.
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A hot plate that doesn't get hot, a cup that can't be filled, a phone that won't be dialed, and a TV dinner that shouldn't be eaten are there, too.
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"Paper-Thin Hotel" is on view at Corey Helford Gallery at 571 S. Anderson Street in Los Angeles from April 7 through May 5, 2018.
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