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GALERIE JAEGER BUCHER, Paris presents
HANNS SCHIMANSKY

20 September 15 November, 2014

Hanns Schimansky, Untitled, 2013

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.

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BLACKSTON, New York presents
AMY FELDMAN

12 September -26 October, 2014

Amy Feldman, Spirit Merit, 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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Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver presents
JÜRGEN PARTENHEIMER

12 September 9 November, 2014

Jürgen Partenheimer, 'Das Archiv The Archive', 2014

Jürgen 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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Beers Contemporary, London presents
CUTCOPYPASTE

1 August -27 September, 2014

Cut/Copy/Paste, installation view at Beers Contemporary, London

Frank Hallam Day, Michael Mapes & Brian Porray

Cut/Copy/Paste presents three American artists who explore the boundaries of the contemporary collage and the re-appropriation of images. Though each artist displays a distinct (yet related) body of work, the exhibition presents the artistic practice as limitless and endlessly reinterpretable; an interminable platform for the interrelating discourses and references of re-imagined images in a contemporary context.

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