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    Margaux Williamson

    Margaux Williamson’s paintings can be seen as a re-invigorated form of figuration. In her works, characterised by a sense of interiority and intimacy, Williamson explores how the visual markers of daily life can frame and refract experience. Devoid of protagonists, her subjects include domestic interiors, still lifes and nature close to home, which reveal, through an expressive rendering of the things around us, the strange within the familiar and the surreal within the banal. The paintings are predominantly dark in tone, depicting spaces illuminated by strong directional, artificial light or the eerie glow of night. ‘There is something about light…

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    CAROL BOVE

    David Zwirner gallery presents the first solo show of New York based artist Carol Bove in Paris. On view are large-scale sculptures made of crumpled stainless steel tubing, each combined with a large, circular glass disk. Presented in a monochrome…

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    SUE WILLIAMS

    Since beginning her career in the 1980’s, Williams’ oeuvre can be defined, in part, by its transition from boldly narrative and satirical, cartoon-like paintings exploring themes of feminism, violence, and inequality, to all-over compositions of brightly colored semi-abstractions, retaining the…

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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 ...

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    Luca Sára Rózsa – The tree of Knowlege

    Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles is currently presenting Naked Mammals, the American debut solo exhibition for Budapest-based artist Luca Sára Rózsa. The exhibition features recent paintings that depict unclothed humans within nature. As the artist describes it, “nature plays a…

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    Adrian Ghenie

    The Fear of NOW is an exhibition of new oil paintings and charcoal drawings by Romanian-born, Berlin-based artist Adrian Ghenie. He fuses the profoundly personal with the art historical, bridging the abstract and the figurative to examine the impact of…

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    Guillaume Durrieu – L’argument littéral

    Paris based Galerie Rabouan Moussion is currently presenting “L’argument littéral” – a solo presentation of French painter Guillaume Durrieu. The artist develops a process-oriented way of painting, both abstract and concrete, in large formats that he confronts with other mediums,…

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    Emma Webster

    Emma Webster’s eerie compositions are invitations to travel beyond traditional vistas and into seductively hybrid environments that metabolize, materialize, and alchemize. Rendered in oil paint, her landscapes are simultaneously imaginary and familiar, gravity-defying yet abiding an internal order. To arrive…