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    “THAT FIRST RAIN IN MAY” ANGEL OTERO

    Over the last decade, New York-based artist Angel Otero has experimented with numerous genres and styles, from early still lifes, domestic interiors, and landscapes, to pure abstraction created using his innovative oil paint ...

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    JAMES TURRELL AT GAGOSIAN GALLERY

    Enjoy Light of the Presence, at Gagosian Gallery Athens, a pairing of two works from Glass Series (2001–) by James Turrell, Knowing Light (2007) and Rounded Up (2024). A poetic and inspiring ode to nature and its elements. Since the 1960s, Turrell has been exploring perceptual…

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    COLORFUL SPHERES & EMOTIVE INTUITION – PAINTINGS BY ZHANG ENLI

    Zhang Enli emerged onto the art scene in the 1990s when he was most associated with symbolic, figurative paintings. Following this, he embarked on a series of quotidian objects treated sensitively and beautifully – whether containers, wires or hoses –…

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    VINCENZO DE COTIIS “ARCHEOLOGY OF CONSCIOUSNESS”

    Italian artist and designer Vincenzo De Cotiis is currently showing Archaeology of Consciousness, at Carpenters Workshop Gallery Milan – a must see exhibition. Exploring the enduring motif of the archway as a portal, the exhibition aims to challenge its historic…

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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 – A Circle does not have an End

    Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles is currently presenting A Circle Does Not Have An End, a solo exhibition of Budapest-based artist Luca Sára Rózsa. The exhibition features recent paintings and ceramic relief. According to the artist, the people are living…