• Blackqube,  DESIGN

    TARIK CURRIMBHOY – PURITY OF FORM AND MATERIAL

    “Sculpture in Motion” is currently on view at Leila Heller Gallery, New York, featuring sculptures by Indian artist and architect Tarik Currimbhoy. In both architecture and sculpture, Currimbhoy searches for tranquility, simplicity and tactility, expressed in purity of both form and material. Inspired by ancient architecture of building blocks resting on each other in tension and compression, the artist’s sculptures began as “stories of structure and gravity”, held together under compression in stone. These became the genesis for studies in metal, which could express these concepts in dynamic fashion and sensual form. Tarik Currimbhoy has mastered the juxtaposition of the…

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    DEBORAH ROBERTS – A COLLAGE OF BLACK IDENTITY

    Deborah Roberts presents “I’ve something to tell you” – a suite of recent large scale works in mixed media and collage at Stephen Friedman Gallery London. The show features paintings dominated by black backgrounds and some of the largest works…

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    MERETE RASMUSSEN – CURVE AND FORM

    Known for her signature abstract forms brought to life with colour this online exhibition of Merete Rasmussen’s sculptural ceramics brings together a dazzling selection of new free standing and wall hung ceramics. Many of the artist’s recent sculptures were made…

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    FRANCISCO SUÁREZ – INHERENT GLOW

    Spanish painter Francisco Suárez is currently on show at Galería Victor Lope, Barcelona, presenting his recent series Lumen – a refined and singular conception of geometric abstraction. Without abandoning the characteristic rigour and measure of his work, these pieces appear as a…

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    MANI NEJAD AT KIPS GALLERY NEW YORK

    Mani Nejad's paintings unite the languages of abstraction and figuration in a single canvas weaving togehter spontaneous tracks of composition that result in works that are organized in their own autonomous way ...

  • Blackqube,  PHOTOGRAPHY

    Erwin Olaf at Hamiltons Gallery London

    "Im Wald" (In The Forest) is a new series by Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf, and it is the first of his series to be photographed purely on location. The series is set in the beauty of the Bavarian and Austrian…

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    “SPIRAL” MARCUS JAHMAL AT ALMINE RECH GALLERY

    In Marcus Jahmal’s new paintings, purple hurtles along the continuum of human history. The figures that populate his washy fields wear little clothing or nothing at all, a self-abnegating refusal of millenia of class structure. They have become purple itself,…