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GENESIS BREYER P-ORRIDGE at Invisible Exports, New York +

GENESIS BREYER P-ORRIDGE at Invisible Exports, New York

One work by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge featured in Invisible Exports new two person exhibition "Breyer P-Orridge and Pierre Molinier" on view until October 12th, New York. Photo Juliana Balestin 

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BRIAN CALVIN at Anton Kern, New York GALLERY

BRIAN CALVIN at Anton Kern, New York

Brian Calvin's latest solo exhibition at Anton Kern reveals the artist's umcompromising approach to color and perspective. The standout paintings detailing slightly parted lips and gap teeth entice the viewer while the repetition of content creates a sense of the surreal within the space. On view through October 4th 2014 at Anton Kern, 532 West 20th Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin

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Allan McCollum at Friedrich Petzel, New York GALLERY

Allan McCollum at Friedrich Petzel, New York

Allan McCollum uses intricate systems and mass production to liberate art from conventional rules. At Friedrich Petzel, McCollum presents The Shapes Project: Perfect Couples as an investigation of the complimentary individual identities that exist within the totality of the object. On view thorough October 4th 2014 at Friedrich Petzel, 456 West 18th Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin   

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LOTHAR HEMPEL at Anton Kern, New York +

LOTHAR HEMPEL at Anton Kern, New York

One work by German artist Lothar Hempel on view at Anton Kern. Hempel's works feature intentionally ambiguous characters. The settings are equally enigmatic set somewhere between the real and surreal. In this painting, Friedrichstrassenblues, the artist uses ink to enhance the cinematic quality of his practice. On view through October 4th 2014 at Anton Kern, 532 West 20th Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin 

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MARTIN HONERT at Matthew Marks Gallery, New York +

MARTIN HONERT at Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

A resin polar bear sculpture by German artist Martin Honert included in Matthew Marks Gallery's summer group exhibition. Honert creates truthful sculptures to function as a discussion between the present day and memories of childhood. Honert's polar bear becomes a singular representation of memory disconnected from nostalgia but part of an ongoing narrative.  On view through August 14th 2014 at Matthew Marks, 523 West 24th Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin