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Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne presents
JILL BAROFF Jill Baroff, Double Cross, 2014 5 September - 18 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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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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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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Galerie Urs Meile Lucerne presents
LI GANG Li Gang Beads No. 3, 20134 21 August - 1 November, 2014

Li Gang studied painting, but went on to experiment with a wide range of media and materials. He wants his art to stay fresh and committing to only one medium would limit him too much. With Li Gang you never know which form his next group of works will take on. His art has no recognizable style, the common ground lies deeper: in Li Gang’s interest in transformation.

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