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    MARCO TIRELLI – ALLEGORICAL JOURNEYS BEYOND THE REAL

    Featuring over 150 works in an allegorical journey this exceptional show by Italian artist Marco Tirelli at Cardi Gallery London includes drawings, paintings, photographs, and small sculptures, many of which have been produced for the exhibition.....

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    Bosco Sodi – shadows, faint light and movement

    Bosco Sodi is predominantly known for his roughly-textured relief paintings. Now on show at König London, a new series brings together multiple colours in the same composition for the first time ...

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    HARM GERDES – EXPORTS FROM THE DIGITAL REALM

    Harm Gerdes paintings are abstract studies of color, composition and materiality. Viewed from a distance or digitally, they appear almost like exports from the latest, super high bit video games ...

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    DEXTER DALWOOD – CONSTRUCTIONS OF HISTORY IN PAINTING

    British artist Dexter Dalwood presents a new series of paintings at Simon Lee Gallery Hong Kong – with a look nearly four decades into the future. The exhibition’s title “2059” as well as the titles of individual works make reference…

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    TOYO ITO – A JAPANESE CONSTELLATION

    As one of the leading architects of Japan's architecture culture, Pritzker Laureate Toyo Ito has undoubtedly defined his career by combining elements of minimalism with an embrace of technology in a way that merges both traditional and contemporary elements....

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    PER KIRKEBY – PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURES AT THE LOUISIANA MUSEUM

    Although Per Kirkeby worked in many genres alongside painting, there is no doubt that he saw himself as a painter. He even accepted the term ‘painter-sculptor’ to characterize the kind of sculptural art that has a clear relationship with painting.…