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Wendy Plovmand “Wet Paint” at NEW STUDIO, London, 2016

this is tomorrow - Contemporary Art Magazine: Taking you to some of the most significant art exhibitions around the world.

Exhibition Install | Introducing IV | Brenda May Gallery Sydney

MAY SPACE Exhibition Install - Introducing IV This work is strictly copyright © Exhibition Install

Exhibition Install | Introducing IV | Brenda May Gallery Sydney

MAY SPACE Exhibition Install - Introducing IV This work is strictly copyright © Exhibition Install

Brannon

Brannon

“Grey” at Brand New Gallery, Milan, 2016

“Grey” at Brand New Gallery, Milan, 2016

“Ennesima. An Exhibition of Seven Exhibitions on Italian Art” at La Triennale di Milano, Milan, 2016

An Exhibition of Seven Exhibitions on Italian Art” at La Triennale di Milano, Milan, 2016

kjell varvin

based in hoevik, norway, kjell varvin is an artist that produces minimalist sculptural work exploring form and composition

Sara VanDerBeek - Installation View Metro Pictures, New York - The Approach

Sara VanDerBeek - Installation View Metro Pictures, New York - The Approach

Elisa Sighicelli installation view MOTINTERNATIONAL, London

Elisa Sighicelli installation view MOTINTERNATIONAL, London

Sven Augustijnen

Douglas Coupland, Raimundas Malašauskas and “Art in the Age of… Asymmetrical Warfare?” at Witte de With, Rotterdam

Christopher Roth “Blow out” at Esther Schipper, Berlin

Christopher Roth “Blow out” at Esther Schipper, Berlin

Walid Raad. Préface. 23.05 - 14.09 2014. Carré d'Art, Musée d'art contemporain, Nîmes, France

Walid Raad. Préface. 23.05 - 14.09 2014. Carré d'Art, Musée d'art contemporain, Nîmes, France

'Focal Point Gallery is pleased to present ‘Tooth House’, an exhibition by the British artist Ian Kiaer. ‘Tooth House” was first shown at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds where a new body of sculptures was developed in relation to the gallery spaces. This work is transposed to the spaces here in Southend, alongside a series of new works specifically responding to the building.   - See more at: http://moussemagazine.it/ian-kiaer-focal-point-2014/#sthash.ntzV6icd.dpuf

Ian Kiaer “Tooth House” at Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, 2014

There are multiple types of humor: dark, off color, smart, subtle, and downright hilarious. I am particularly interested in the pause that occurs between the delivery of a joke and the smile that indicates someone “gets it.” Unlike contemporary art, where there is no single meaning to a particular work, with humor people usually either …

There are multiple types of humor: dark, off color, smart, subtle, and downright hilarious. I am particularly interested in the pause that occurs between the delivery of a joke and the smile that indicates someone “gets it.” Unlike contemporary art, where there is no single meaning to a particular work, with humor people usually either …

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