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KRAVETS | WEHBY, New York presents F__K__U Sandy Kim, (Untitled), 2013
10 July - 1 August, 2014

Alex Bienstock, Devin Kenny, Sandy Kim, Abby Lloyd, Moris (Israel Meza Moreno), Justin Samson, and Lactic (Randi Shandroski)

The exhibition’s title echoes Tupac’s last words recalled by a police officer in a recent Buzzfeed article. Each artist’s work in this exhibition focuses on abstracted text and master signifiers assigned to popular icons, historical incidents and trends. When Tupac said “Fuck You” it took on a more ethereal and true sound... Was Tupac just saying “Fuck You” to the cop asking “Who shot you?” or was it a bigger statement? Should we ask his hologram?

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i8 Gallery, Reykjavík presents PETER LIVERSIDGE PETER LIVERSIDGE, C-O-N-T-I-N-U-A-T-I-O-N, Installation view, Courtesy of the artist and i8 Gallery, Reykjavík
12 June - 2 August, 2014

For the past 16 years, Liversidge’s work has begun with single or grouped typewritten proposals; the proposed works taking form across a seemingly limitless variety of media including performance, installation, sculpture, painting, photography, and actions. Typed on an old manual typewriter and complete with typographical errors, the proposals describe ideas from the practical to the purely hypothetical.

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303 GALLERY, New York presents FLORIAN MAIER-AICHEN Florian Maier-Aichen, 100-Mile photograph, 2014
7 June - 26 July, 2014

Navigating the fraught terrain where photography and painting intersect and collapse into one another, Maier-Aichen's newest works incorporate strategies from both media while persistently crossing back and forth along their borders. In a series of untitled abstractions that at first glance appear to contain absolutely no tangible photographic information, Maier-Aichen employs a process akin to now obsolete traditional cel animation.

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galerie frank elbaz, Paris presents Heart-Shaped Box View of the exhibition Heart-Shaped Box, galerie frank elbaz, Paris, France, 2014
7 June - 26 July, 2014

Greg Bogin / Jennifer Boysen / Kaz Oshiro / Blair Thurman

The question of its factual or its fictitious flatness has never ceased to irrigate painting, whether we trace its use of perspective from Prehistoric times, to Antiquity to the Renaissance or, on the contrary, that we take interest in its forthcoming object status as it has been formulated since the fifties.

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Timothy Taylor Gallery, London presents SEAN SCULLY Sean Scully, Kind of Red, 2013
10 June - 26 July, 2014

Timothy Taylor Gallery is proud to announce a presentation of ambitious new paintings by Sean Scully.

Since the 1970s, Sean Scully has gained international prominence as one of the most admired and significant contemporary abstract painters working today. Monumental in scale, the works featured in this exhibition demonstrate a mature confidence and unwavering drive for experimentation.

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Exeter Phoenix presents
Rachel Busby & David Webb
Rachel Busby, Every day is a different day (III), 2014 18 July - 30 August 2014

Exeter Phoenix is pleased to present an exhibition of recent paintings by Rachel Busby and David Webb, who each make work grounded in memory, nostalgia and a sense of place; each in their own way, appearing to weave a tentative path that fluctuates between representation and abstraction.

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Glass Puzzle Joan Jonas, Glass Puzzle, 1973/74 28 June - 1 August 2014

Uri Aran, Andrea Büttner, Joan Jonas, Yorgos Sapountzis, and Mary Simpson

One version of an event is like a body without a shadow. If we flip our idea of the split, from Freud (division from trauma) or Janet (retreat from hysteria), instead of a psychic break we arrive at a fracturing whole, shifting into versions and variations as a natural tear along the lines of the self: a puzzle. A game of mimesis, with rules and logic but no goal. At the start of the game a split occurs, one body-one performer-into two.

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ARRATIA BEER, Berlin presents
The pursuit of public happiness? Carlos Amorales, Supprimer, Modifier et Preserver, 2012 8 July - 2 August 2014

Carlos Amorales, Michael Baers, Jeremiah Day, Annika Eriksson, Peter Friedl, Iman Issa, and Martha Rosler
curated by Christine Würmell

In times of accelerated social, cultural and economic upheaval, how do artists and their artworks reflect on the public life of societies? Do they design proposals, participate, or do they withdraw to experiment with alternative forms of political praxis and analyse "things"?

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Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne presents
FERGUS FEEHILY FERGUS FEEHILY, NOTHING & EVERYTHING, Installation view, Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne 13 June - 26 July 2014

Sometimes, at home, when the bath is filled and the light is just right, there is a reflection on the water from the small square window in the bathroom that looks out onto an enclosed courtyard. The large tree filling the external space ripples on the bath water and seems to me to be more interesting than the real view. It is intriguing that this image I find so fascinating is barely there or anything at all; it is almost nothing.

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SCHLEICHER/LANGE, Berlin presents
KRIŠTOF KINTERA KRIŠTOF KINTERA, NERVOUS TREE, Installation view 14 June - 26 July 2014

Nervous Trees each consist of a substructure of branches on top of which sits a globe. The structure carries the sphere as though it were the body and the world its head. The upside-down branches are reminiscent of a system of veins or nerves in a biological organism.

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