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NEW YORK

Mircea Suciu, Universal Fatigue

Universal Fatigue is Blain|Southern’s first exhibition with Romanian artist Mircea Suciu. Fragments of appropriated and found imagery provide the subjects for new paintings that demonstrate a relationship between representation and abstraction.

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KIM GORDON, The Bonfire

In a series of new works on canvas, Gordon presents a world of safety and familial intimacy surreptitiously undermined by insidious, unseen forces. Photographs of a group of revelers huddling around a beach bonfire are softened and overlaid with digital framing marks around the human figures, suggesting surveillance technology or facial recognition software.

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LOS ANGELES

New Images of Man at Blum & Poe, LA

Curated by Alison M. Gingeras, this exhibition revisits and expands upon the Museum of Modern Art’s eponymous 1959 group exhibition curated by Peter Selz that brought together artists whose work grappled with the human condition as well as emerging modes of humanist representation in painting and sculpture in the wake of the traumatic fallout of the Second World War.

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LONDON 

James Turrell at PACE, London

Turrell’s exhibition at Pace features four new works from the Constellation series staged in site-designed chambers. The works will feature elliptical and circular shapes with a frosted and curved glass surface animated by an array of technically advanced LED lights, which are mounted to a wall and generated by a computer programme.

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Morandi, Balla, De Chirico and Italian Painting 1920 – 1950

Tornabuoni Art presents the first ever London exhibition of the Italian Novecento, the figurative art movement founded in the 1922. Featuring over thirty works of art by leading Italian artists, such as Giorgio Morandi, Giorgio de Chirico, Felice Casorati, Giacomo Balla, Gino Severini and many others, this exhibition explores Italian art in the period between the two World Wars.

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David Hominal: PRICELESS / MASTERCARD

Painting is first of all the liquid, aqueous material binding together the different fields of David Hominal’s practice, from performance to video, dance to sculpture. This is where he takes stock, sorts, and synthesises, but it is also where he covers over, a territory made up of a complex network of inhibitions. His disturbed, at times feverish paintings are haunted by the great historical questions of representation.

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PARIS

Valérie Belin, Reflection

After China Girls in 2018 in Brussels, Galerie Nathalie Obadia presents the fourth exhibition of the artist Valérie Belin, acclaimed as one of the most important photographers of her generation who benefits from a strong international visibility.

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Ève Chabanon : The Surplus

In January 2020, Bétonsalon – Center for Art and Research pre­sents The Surplus, Ève Chabanon’s first solo exhi­bi­tion in France. It is orga­nized around the eco­nomic notion of « sur­plus », a term that refers to the dif­fer­ence between the amount a person would be willing to accept for a good, com­pared to what they can receive by selling it at the market price.

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MILAN

Giovanni Kronenberg

Renata Fabbri announces Giovanni Kronenberg’s second solo show at the gallery. The exhibition includes a series of new drawings and sculptures, most of which have been conceived specifically for this project.

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