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    PARIS PHOTO 2023 – NOW OPEN

    The 26th edition of the largest international art fair dedicated to photography, Paris Photo, takes place at the Grand Palais Éphémère from November 9 to 12, 2023. Every November, as photographers, galleries, artists and photo enthusiasts from around the world…

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    MERETE RASMUSSEN – CURVE AND FORM

    Known for her signature abstract forms brought to life with colour, Merete Rasmussen continues to surprise and to impress with her sculptural ceramics – both as free standing and wall hung objects. The artist’s sculptures combine beautiful organic forms with…

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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…

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    Daniel Arsham & Perrotin

    In his latest exhibition at Perrotin Gallery, Daniel Arsham debuts multiple series of work that draw inspiration from the evolution of his artistic practice over the past two decades – honoring his longstanding collaboration with Emmanuel Perrotin. Renowned for visually…

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    HIGHLIGHTS OF FRIEZE & FRIEZE MASTERS LONDON

    Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2023 are open. A centrepiece of Frieze London’s 20th-anniversary celebrations is a special programme exploring the UK’s cultural landscape through a series of collaborations with key arts organizations and public institutions. These collaborations will sit…

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    MARCUS JAHMAL – FLUID METAPHORS

    Marcus Jahmal’s paintings operate like a flexible, moving chessboard, composed of various color fields, on the ground of which a cast of characters play an eerie game, as in a dream. A woman’s leg protrudes into the picture; a cat…

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    ALBERT OEHLEN – BREAKING THE RULES OF PAINTING

    Albert Oehlen uses abstract, figurative, and collaged elements—often applying self-imposed formal constraints—to disrupt the histories and conventions of modern painting while acknowledging the continuing significance of classical art. Approaching his practice as a perceptual challenge, he moves freely between planned…