SPECIAL FEATURE: Paris Internationale 2019 (Part 2)

Featured Artists: Miho Dohi, Edward Thomasson, Bagus Pandega, Kei Imazu, Julien Monnerie, Robert Brambora, Zak Prekop, Torey Thornton, Sarah Rapson, Paul Maheke, Faith Wilding, Koak, Philip Seibel, Caroline Mesquita, Aks Misyuta, Nicholas Cheveldave, Augustas Serapinas, Rick Owens, Kembra Pfahler, Gina Folly, Margret Lee, Maki Katayama, Shimon Minamikawa, Richard Aldrich, Simon Lässig, Vera Lutz, Alina Chaiderov, Srijon Chowdhury, Daniel Jacoby, Oscar Chan Yik Long, Catherine Biocca, Amalia Vekri, Alan Stanners, Bradley Davies, Anders Dickson, Mateusz Choróbski, Dominique White, Aviva Silverman

Venue: Paris Internationale, Paris, France

Featured Exhibitors: Hagiwara Projects, Tokyo; Southard Reid, London; ROH Projects, Jakarta; Shivers Only, Paris; Sans titre (2016), Paris; Essex Street, New York; Sultana, Paris; Union Pacific, London; Emalin, London; Ermes-Ermes, Vienna; Misako & Rosen and XYZ collective, Tokyo; Felix Gaudlitz, Vienna; Antoine Levi, Paris; EXIT, Hong Kong; greengrassi, London; Wschód, Warsaw; VEDA, Florence

Date: October 16–20, 2019

Photography: all images courtesy of the artists, galleries and Art Viewer

Conversation Between a Mirror and the Sea at Fourteen30 Contemporary

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Artists: Matt Connors, Grier Edmundson, Pam Glick, Rachel LaBine, Sadie Laska, Joseph Montgomery Monique Mouton, Zak Prekop, Noam Rappaport, Patricia Treib, Lynne Woods Turner

Exhibition title: Conversation Between a Mirror and the Sea

Venue: Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, US

Date: October 28 – December 10, 2016

Photography: images copyright and courtesy of the artists and Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland

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Zak Prekop at Thomas Duncan Gallery

Artist: Zak Prekop Venue:  Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles, US Date:  March 27 – May 25, 2015 Photography: Images courtesy of the artist and Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles Composition with Ending Field – The field in this painting is the background, which was made by painting on glassine, cutting that image out, and painting through it … Read more