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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,…

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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,…