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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,…

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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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    GARY SIMMONS – REMEMBERING TOMORROW

    For over 30 years, Simmons’ multidisciplinary practice has probed American history to examine the pervasive nature of racist ideology and its manifestations in visual culture. Drawn from both personal and collective memory, his works address themes of race, identity, politics,…

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    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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    “MY OLD NEIGHBORHOOD” ERIC FISCHL AT SKARSTEDT GALLERY PARIS

    Eric Fischl “In My Old Neighborhood” inaugurates the new Paris premises of Skarstedt Gallery with a selection of recent large scale paintings. Fischl stages moments of human interactions set outdoors, on daylit sidewalks and front yards of suburban streets. One of…

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    CONTEMPORARY VANITAS – SCULPTURES BY PETER BUGGENHOUT

    Ghent based artist Peter Buggenhout is considered one of Belgium’s most unique and radical sculptors. The artist’s highly artificial creations are irresistibly fascinating for the beholder. The mere size and variety of the surfaces and materials is impressive and makes…