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Precocious and Melancholic Young Men and Women by Nir Hod at...

NEW YORK, NY.- Paul Kasmin Gallery presents their first solo exhibition with the artist Nir Hod. Entitled Genius, it will include new paintings and sculpture from Hod’s series of precocious and melancholic young men and women. Continuing the artis...

Precocious and Melancholic Young Men and Women by Nir Hod at...

NEW YORK, NY.- Paul Kasmin Gallery presents their first solo exhibition with the artist Nir Hod. Entitled Genius, it will include new paintings and sculpture from Hod’s series of precocious and melancholic young men and women. Continuing the artis...

First United Kingdom Solo Exhibition by Friedrich Kunath Opens at White...

LONDON.- White Cube Hoxton Square presents the first UK solo exhibition by Friedrich Kunath. Encompassing painting, sculpture, drawing, video and photography, Kunath's work focuses on universal themes of the human condition: love, loss, loneliness, opt...

Image of Cape Town’s ‘District Six’ Madein Fear by Leading Black...

LONDON.-“Enfolded in his loneliness as in an ­African blanket. One of the zombies apartheid has let loose upon the world, wandering ghost, sad and ­terrifying dreamer.” Andre Brink, `A Fork in the Road.’ A stunning picture of Cape Town...

Shh! – Bianca Maria Barmen Exhibits at Kunsthallen Brandts

ODENSE, DENMARK.- Bianca Maria Barmen is showing a major solo exhibition at Kunsthallen Brandts. The Swedish artist has a personal and philosophical approach to sculpture that is all her own—it is as if she creates haiku poems in plaster of Paris....

The Diary: Three Centuries of Private Lives on View at The...

NEW YORK, NY.- Charlotte Brontë (1816 1855) relied on her diary to escape stifling work as a schoolteacher; Tennessee Williams (1911 1983) confided his loneliness and self-doubt; John Steinbeck (1902 1968) struggled to compose The Grapes of Wrath, and...

The Diary: Three Centuries of Private Lives on View at The...

NEW YORK, NY.- Charlotte Brontë (1816 1855) relied on her diary to escape stifling work as a schoolteacher; Tennessee Williams (1911 1983) confided his loneliness and self-doubt; John Steinbeck (1902 1968) struggled to compose The Grapes of Wrath, and...

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