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ENCLAVE, London presents Tomb, Shrine, Survey-Marker, Spare Part Sam Austen, Then I Get An Image, 16mm, 2012
27 September - 25 October, 2014

Sam Austen / Ben Cove / Karen David / Cathy Haynes / Lawrence Lek / Superlative TV

Part II of Sci-Fi Paganism curated by Lucy A. Sames
Considering sculptural objects as futuristic standing stones for communicating with real/imagined extraterrestrial lifeforms.

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YANCEY RICHARDSON, New York presents LAURA LETINSKY Laura Letinsky, Untitled #40, from the series Ill Form & Void Full, 2013
4 September - 18 October, 2014

The exhibition includes the most recent works from Letinsky’s on-going series, Ill Form & Void Full, which reflects on temporality and desire in the still-life genre, the self-referentiality of the photographic medium and the mutability of perception. Letinsky’s compositions utilize fragments from her own photographs and those of other artists like Richter or Matisse, as well as advertisements culled from magazines, dissolving the hierarchy between high and low imagery, and the notion of what is real and what is mediated

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GALERIE JAEGER BUCHER, Paris presents HANNS SCHIMANSKY Hanns Schimansky, Untitled, 20134
20 September - 15 November, 2014

With abstract and complex drawings, Hanns Schimansky explores the world in a very personal way. When he draws, the artist observes, touches, feels, deepens, breathes, liberates … He explores the aesthetical potential of drawing in all its forms of expression. The drawings seek to explore the conditions of our perception and reflect our existence. Contrary to video or photography, drawing demands a stronger visual focus - in total opposition to our world filled with technology.

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BLACKSTON, New York presents AMY FELDMAN Amy Feldman, Spirit Merit, 2014
12 September - 26 October, 2014

Amy Feldman’s paintings are known for their powerful display of form, deceptively simple yet impactful language and their juxtaposition of immediacy and resonance. Feldman makes pictures that are fully aware of the history of painting, but break free into uncharted territory: they undermine the logic of their monumentality. In her distinct approach, Feldman shows her full command of how images and forms are perceived and distilled.

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Aeroplastics, Brussels presents Prendre le temps d’un morceau d’odalisque Katia Bourdarel, Odalisque, 2014
12 September - 25 October, 2014

Through a keyhole, a stolen glance at the painter’s desire. The much-coveted odalisque, surprised in her satins. She barely turns, in a somewhat awkward twist. But that one-eyed look of hers, is it a final regard before disdain and oblivion? Or rather is it the first... an invitation to shared desire? The five painters in this exhibition play with the charms of interpretation, reappropriating the pictorial stakes of the Orientalist theme. A theme, for that matter, that has undergone manifold transformations, from Ingres (1814) up to Manet’s Olympia (1863), and which the artists here fragment – all the better to keep clues out of plain sight.

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Galerie Stefan Röpke, Cologne presents CLAIRE KERR Claire Kerr, Eclipse, 2014
5 September - 11 October, 2014

It is not difficult to be immediately awed by Claire Kerr’s paintings at first glance. The incredible precision in their diminutive scale is evidence of her virtuosic abilities as a technical artist. With the detail of every crease, crack and shadow and their pristine porcelain-like surfaces, the paintings are sensitive and poetic beyond what one would classify as photo-realistic painting.

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Latest Exhibition added:
Galerie Isabella Czarnowska
presents
Zlatko Kopljar: From K series
w:www.galerie-czarnowska.de
Latest Artist added:
Richard Humby
w:www.richardhumby.com


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ANGUS-HUGHES, LONDON presents
RICHARD DUCKER Richard Ducker, HUM, Installation view, Angus-Hughes Gallery, London 20 September - 12 October, 2014

The gallery space has been taken over by some form of alien presence. There is a slippage in time that is both uncertain and playful. A large photograph of a battleship from WW2, taken by the artist’s father, holds the stage, while scattered about the floor are boulders linked together by piping, as if breathing or communicating.

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ART LABORATORY BERLIN presents
ANNA DUMITRIU Anna Dumitriu, The MRSA Quilt, 2011 26 September - 30 November, 2014

Anna Dumitriu is well known for creating The VRSA Dress and The MRSA Quilt which were made from so-called ‘superbugs’. To create those works she grew bacteria onto textiles and used natural and clinical antibiotics to create patterns (sterilised prior to exhibition).

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Archisle: International Photographer in Residence Programme 2015 Archisle: International Photographer in Residence Programme 2015 Deadline: 15 October, 2014

Archisle is currently inviting applications for the position of Photographer in Residence 2015. This is an exciting post in its third year commencing in April running for six months through to September 2015.

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LUIS DE JESUS Los Angeles presents
ZACKARY DRUCKER & RHYS ERNST Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst, Relationship, #59, 2008-14 13 September - 1 November, 2014

Relationship, an extensive photographic project created by Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst that documents their life together from 2008 through 2013, debuted at the 2014 Whitney Biennial, New York, and comes to Los Angeles via the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, where it was recently presented as part of Fan the Flames: Queer Positions in Photography.

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Galerie Bernard Bouche, Paris presents
JOHN MURPHY John Murphy, ALL THAT FALL 2014 6 September - 25 October, 2014

John Murphy plays with the theme of similarity and difference with reproductions, old movies and postcards. His work often convey the nostalgia, absence and sexuality with a subtle and exquisite gift for exactitude. John Murphy never makes work in response to past works of art but stages new relations between past and pre sent without premeditation, on the basis of intuitions that bear no name.

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Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne presents
JILL BAROFF Jill Baroff, Double Cross, 2014 5 September - 15 October, 2014

A light shadow falls at the intersection of the wall and floor and creates a bright, divided, trapezoid of clay and tatami. Nearly 20 years later, this image from Japan remains intensely evocative for me: the hinged shape somehow emblematic of a corner turned....

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Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver presents
JÜRGEN PARTENHEIMER Jürgen Partenheimer, The Raven Diaries #28 (adumbration), 2014. 12 September - 9 November, 2014

Partenheimer’s work is essentially abstract; his drawings and paintings, caught seemingly on the verge of dissolution, are remarkable for their fragile beauty, whilst sculpture and ceramic work, suggesting some usefulness, remain elusive with respect to any specific function.

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James Cohan Gallery, Shanghai presents
SUE WILLIAMS Kathleen White, (A) Rake’s Progress, pastels on paper 12 September - 26 October, 2014

Sue Williams (b. 1954) has long been known for her works which combine themes of gender politics and the body. Her early works of highly provocative narrative paintings brought her to the attention of a larger audience beginning in the mid-1980s and early 1990s.

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