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Jose Parla's solo exhibition “Textures of Memory” will be opening in Hong Kong on September 17. Curated by Dieter Buchhart, the exhibition offers the Hong Kong Audience a comprehensive insight into Parla's output ranging from urban art to his abstract palimpsest paintings. “Textures of Memory” will be presented accross two venues in conjunction with Hong Kong Contemporary Art (HOCA) and @BenBrownFineArts Hong Kong. . . . Jose Parla, Painting as Geomorphology, 2019, Acrylic, oil paint, collage, enamel and plaster on canvas. . . . #JoseParla #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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In the studio with photographer Sohei Nishino on day 20 of his mandala making. . . . “I walk through these cities, camera in hand, capturing multi-facetted views that I then combine, one by one, in accordance with my memories, arranging them into a map that portrays all the singular aspects of the place. The result is quite different from the denotative expression of a map; it uses photographs (single 35mm frames) of concrete objects or shapes as units to recreate a geographical representation, expressing the city through human memories and images. - Sohei Nishino . . . #SoheiNishino #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Works from Wang Ningde’s “Form of Light” series will be shown as part of the large scale exhibition: “180 Years of Photography in China” organized by MOCA Yinchutan and curated by Christopher Phillips. The exhibition opens August 19 and will run through November 24, 2019. . . . #WangNingde #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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We are excited to announce that Yorgo Alexopoulos will be included in "ManMade by Nature" an exhibition curated by Natasha Schlesinger opening at UNIX Gallery on September 5th. "ManMade by Nature" will present ten artists who rethink how to present nature through the use of technology whether that means using innovative materials, working with advanced processes or calling attention to the subject itself. . . . Yorgo Alexopoulos, “Totem”, 2018, Digital animation on 4K LCD display with sound; aspect ratio 32.5 (6.40), synchronized media player, 11 minute, 30 second infinite loop, 86 x 14 x 4 inches. . . . #YorgoAlexopoulos #VideoArt #ChelseaGalleries

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Powerful sentiments during these trying times. Shared by @oliverjeffers always a master storyteller and commentator on today’s critical issues. . . . #OliverJeffers #GunControl #StopGunViolence

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Paula Scher and team have designed the promotional campaign for this summer's edition of @PublicTheaterNY #ShakespeareinthePark , opening this week at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. This is Paula's 25th campaign for the festival since she started working with the Public Theater in 1994. . . . #PaulaScher #Typography #PublicTheaterNY

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Thank you CNN for featuring Stephen Wilkes's Day to Night series! In the article, Stephen explains the dynamic process of creating his panoramic time-lapse images. Link in bio to read the full feature. . . . #StephenWilkes #DayToNight #CNN

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TODAY is the last day to see José Parlá's "Anonymous Vernacular" exhibition at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery! In this exhibition, Parlá combines layered advertising posters he has collected from temporary construction walls with his own calligraphic techniques to create obliquely legible codexes inspired by the city walls that have influenced him for over a decade. . . . Installation view: José Parlá, “Anonymous Vernacular,” 2019. . . . #JoseParla #AnonymousVernacular #ChelseaGalleries

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A glimpse into @stephenwilkes “Day to Night” series and preview of the most recent photographs. Last nights conversation @southamptonartscenter in @icp series of illustrated talks with conservation, environmental, and climate photographers last night. . . . #StephenWikes #DayToNight #NatGeo

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Edward Burtynsky's: Anthropocene exhibition at Fondazione Mast in Bologna, Italy has been extended until October 6, 2019. . . . Anthropocene is an investigation of the indelible human footprint on the Earth through the astounding images of Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier. Combining photography, film, augmented reality and scientific research, the artists create a multimedia exploration which documents the ways in which humankind has changed the planet, bearing witness to the effects of the human activity on natural processes. . . . #EdwardBurtynsky #Anthropocene #FondazioneMAST

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José Parlá will be speaking in a panel discussion tonight from 6-8 PM @beyondthestreetsart with @leequinones and Jesse Diaz, moderated by Yasmín Ramirez and hosted by @artnoirco . The conversation “CULTURAL IMPRINTS: LatinX Impact & University in the Art Form of Writers” will focus on who and what gets validated as art versus being labeled as vandalism. . . . #JoseParla #BeyondTheStreets #LatinX

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Stephen Wilkes’ “Day to Night” monograph releases today in the United States. With details highlighting the individual stories captured within each multi-moment image, this collection unveils a new way of seeing some of the world’s most iconic locations. Link in bio to purchase! . . . #StephenWilkes #DaytoNight #Taschen

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Yorgo Alexopoulos will be included in DATA FORM at the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech from August 29 - November 9, 2019. . . . “Split” (2018), the work on view in this exhibition, a flow of synchronized vistas, color fields, and shifting shapes evolve, unfold, and intersect across two elongated horizontal sections in what the artist describes as “animations of liquid color in a persistent state of flux and dissolution.” . . . #YorgoAlexopoulos #VideoArt

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Edward Burtynsky, "Manufactured Landscapes: A Selection of Early Works" is now on view at Metivier Gallery in Toronto through July 27th. . . . Edward Burtynsky, "Manufacturing #4, Factory Worker Dormitory, Dongguan, Guangdon Province, China", 2004, Chromogenic Color Print. . . . #EdwardBurtynsky #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Happy Fourth of July 🇺🇸 We hope everyone is enjoying the holiday weekend! Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery will be closed in observance of Independence Day and will re-open to the public on Monday July 8th. . . . Paula Scher, “The United States (Red),” 2007, Hand-pulled silkscreen on Coventry Rag. . . . #PaulaScher #America #USA

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Cortis & Sonderegger on view in “Apollo’s Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography” group exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art that celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. The exhibition will open to the public tomorrow and be on view through September 22, 2019. . . . #CortisandSonderegger #MetMuseum #ApollosMuse

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José Parlá on view in "Beyond the Streets New York" in Williamsburg.  Rather than focusing on art created in the streets, the exhibition curated by Roger Gastman brings together a collection of works by artists working in studios, with a focus on how graffiti and street art has informed artists working in that more traditional environment. The exhibition will be on view through August, 2019. . . . #JoseParla #BeyondTheStreets #StreetArt

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Niko Luoma's latest photographs in his adaptations series reference Francis Bacon in dynamically rendered compositions of overlapping planes of color and dimensionality. . . . Niko Luoma, "Selftitled adaptation of Study for a Portrait on Folding Bed (1963)" , 2019, Edition of 5. . . . #NikoLuoma #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery summer hours are moving to Monday - Friday, 10AM - 6PM and by appointment. Visit our José Parlá exhibition “Anonymous Vernacular” on view through July 26th. . . . For this exhibition, Parlá is introducing a new reworked found-object sculpture in homage to the bottle collectors and the homeless that still come from all over the borough to deposit their collections at a recycling center in his neighborhood. Taken as a whole, these works deliberately blur any boundaries between the studio and the street. They utilize the incidental aesthetics of the city and nod to the poetics of inspired observation. . . . #JoseParla #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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Evan Robarts unique collaboration for the Hermès flagship store in Paris in 2015. For this occasion the artist was invited to conceive and create an ensemble of unique scaffolding works. . . . #EvanRobarts #PublicArt #ChelseaGalleries

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José Parlá will be showing several sculptures @beyondthestreetsart exhibition opening On June 21 in Brooklyn. From installations to canvases, the works on view exceed the strict definitions of graffiti and street art. . . . #JoseParla #Sculpture #ChelseaGalleries

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The Wall Street Journal features the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s upcoming exhibition, “Apollo’s Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography” ahead of the July 3 opening. The exhibition will feature Cortis & Sonderegger’s photograph amongst a full survey of visual representations of the moon from the dawn of photography to the present. Link in bio to read the full article! . . . Cortis and Sonderegger, Making of "AS11-40-5878" (by Edwin Aldrin, 1969) From the series "Icons", 2014, Digital C-Print. . . . #CortisandSonderegger #MetMuseum #WallStreetJournal

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Edward Burtynsky will be featured in Toledo Museum of Art’s “Life is a Highway: Art and American Car Culture” exhibition, on display from June 15 to September 15. This exhibit features more than 100 works by various artists, all focused on the automobile’s reshaping of the 20th century American landscape. . . . Edward Burtynsky, “Imperial Valley #5, Holtville, California, USA 2009” . . . #EdwardBurtynsky #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Studio celebrations with the Parlá brothers! Happy birthday to José Parlá! Born on this day in Miami, Florida. . . . #JoseParla #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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Part of a touring National Geographic exhibition, “Day to Night: In the Field with Stephen Wilkes” is on view at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole until August 18. . . . Stephen Wilkes, “Day to Night, Flamingos, Lake Bogoria, Kenya,” 2017, Archival Pigment Print. . . . #StephenWilkes #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Jose Parla is part of "Encounters" , an annual guest-curated exhibition series dedicated to the meeting of minds, spirit, and soul @cristinagrajalesgallery in New York. This year's exhibition is curated by Stephanie Ingrassia and is on view through June 28th. . . . #JoseParla #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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Wang Ningde's photograph is now a part of the Chanel permanent collection. Visit their Chicago flagship location on Oak Street, designed by @petermarinoarchitect to experience the work in person. . . . Wang Ningde's photographs are meticulously measured and assembled set of film fragments that cast shadows of images and light to play with the viewer's perception. . . . #WangNingde #Chanel #Photography

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We are excited to announce José Parlá “Anonymous Vernacular” has been extended to July 13! Parla's new shaped canvases and reworked found objects utilize the incidental aesthetics of the city and nod to the poetics of inspired inspiration. . . . Installation view: José Parlá, “Anonymous Vernacular”, 2019 on view through July 13. . . . #JoseParla #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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“Water: Edward Burtynsky” opens on June 8 at The Cleveland Museum of Art as part of Cuyahoga50, a commemoration of the Cuyahoga River Fire. The exhibition is organized by the New Orleans Museum of Art and will be on view until September 22. . . . Edward Burtynsky, “Dryland Farming #24, Aragon, Spain, 2010,” Chromogenic Print. . . . #EdwardBurtynsky #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Today is the last day to see @oliverjeffers solo exhibition “Observations of Modern Life” @lazinc in London. Through his exploration of sculpture, painting, found images and collage, Oliver Jeffers takes inspiration from the world today and reflects this through his social, political and humorously led works. . . . #OliverJeffers #ChelseaGalleries

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"The walls around us are a sign of the times. For me, the canvas is an abstract interpretation of a wall. It is a piece of art with its own history, one that alludes to the theater of life" - José Parlá . . . . José Parlá, “The Construction of Voices, 2019”, Oil paint, acrylic, enamel and plaster on canvas and wood. Currently on view in our solo exhibition "Anonymous Vernacular" through June 29th. . . . #JoseParla #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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Thank you to those who came out for @OliverJeffers Dipped Painting Performance, Hosted by Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and @brooklynmuseum . Dipped Portrait No. 20 is now complete, a part of the artist's project concerned with the way in which memory, loss, and identity co-exist. . . . #OliverJeffers #BrooklynMuseum #ChelseaGalleries

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@JoseParla giving a walk through of his current exhibition "Anonymous Vernacular" at our @ArtTableInc event yesterday evening. Thank you to all the ladies of @ArtTableInc for joining us at the gallery! . . . #JoseParla #ArtTableInc #ChelseaGalleries

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Happy Memorial Day 🇺🇸 We hope everyone is enjoying the long weekend! . . . Stephen Wilkes, “Coney Island”, New York, 2011, Archival C-Print. . . . #StephenWilkes #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery will close at 4PM today and reopen on Tuesday May 28 at 10AM. We hope to see you at the gallery soon! . . . Installation view: José Parlá, “Anonymous Vernacular” on view through June 29th. . . . #JoseParla #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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In Niko Luoma's "Adaptations” series, which he began in 2015, the artist photographs light and light-sensitive materials to generate geometric compositions that riff on art-historical masterpieces. Here are new works in progress of adaptations of Francis Bacon. . . . #NikoLuoma #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Today is the final day of Photo London. Visit us at Booth A1 at the Somerset House until 6:30PM and catch our presentation of works by Robert Currie, Stephen Wilkes, and Cortis and Sonderegger. Shown here are Robert Currie’s new illusive photographic based works. . . . #PhotoLondon #LondonPhotoWeek #ChelseaGalleries

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Stephen Wilkes, "Corridor 9, Island 3, Ellis Island", (1998-2003) on view in our Booth A1 @Photolondonfair at the Somerset House. . . . In 1998, a one-day assignment to the south side of Ellis Island led to a 5-year photographic study of the island’s long abandoned medical wards where immigrants were detained before they could enter America. Through his Ellis Island series of photographs and video , Wilkes helped secure $6 million toward the restoration of the south side of the island. . . . #PhotoLondon #StephenWilkes #ChelseaGalleries

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Visit us at Photo London where we are exhibiting Robert Currie’s new wall based kinetic artworks that continue to push the boundaries of the photographic medium. . . . Robert Currie, ’58,000cm of Nylon Monofilament and Acrylic (Abandoned house on snow plain)’, 2019 on view at Photo London, Booth A1, through Sunday. . . . #RobertCurrie #Photography #PhotoLondon

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In Parla's current exhibition "Anonymous Vernacular" the artist combines layered advertising posters he has collected from temporary construction walls with his own calligraphic techniques that both improvise and expose texts, letters, symbols, phrases, and words. Parlá's personal mark-making weaves itself into the textures and compositions of the ripped advertisements, creating an obliquely legible codex all his own. . . . José Parlá, “Babylon Can Have Pastel Colored Walls”, 2019, Oil paint, acrylic, enamel and plaster on canvas and wood. Open Tuesday - Saturday through June 29 @brycewolkowitz . . . #JoseParla #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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Photo London VIP opens today from 11AM - 9PM. Join us at the historic Somerset House, Booth A1, through Sunday where we will be exhibiting a three artist presentation of works by Stephen Wilkes, Robert Currie, and Cortis and Sonderegger. . . . #PhotoLondon #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Photo London previews Wednesday May 15 at the historic Somerset House, opening to the public between May 16- 19. Visit us at booth A1 where we will be exhibiting a presentation of works by Robert Currie, Cortis & Sonderegger, and Stephen Wilkes. . . . 1. Stephen Wilkes, “View from the Savoy, London”, 2013, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 12. . . . 2. Cortis and Sonderegger, Making of "Grand Prix de A.C.F" (by Jacques-Henry Lartigue, 1913), 2016, Digital C-Print, Edition of 3. . . . 3. Robert Currie, “58,000 cm of Nylon Monofilament and Acrylic (Abandoned house on snow plain” , 2019, Acrylic, monofilament, perspex. . . . #PhotoLondon #Photography #SomersetHouse

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During Frieze Week in New York, ARTnews hosted a series of talks engaging issues around the art world. The series kicked off with a FUTURE Group conversation between artist José Parlá and Manon Slome (chief curator and cofounder of No Longer Empty) at Bryce Wolkowitz gallery in Chelsea. Among the subjects discussed was Parlá’s use of legible script in his newest body of work, which marks a distinct departure from his more symbolic use of language in the past. Parlá’s current show “Anonymous Vernacular” will be on view at Bryce Wolkowitz through June 29. Link in bio for full video! . . . #JoséParlá #ARTnews #FriezeWeek

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Returning for the 58th Biennale di Venezia, the sixth edition of “Glasstress”, curated by @vikmuniz and @koen.vanmechelen brings together a new line up of leading contemporary artists and explores the endless creative possibilities of glass. Vernissage is this evening, May 8th 7PM @fondazioneberengo . . . . Socio-political topics are the focus of several works this year including Tiempos Frágiles (Fragile Times) by American artist José Parlá. Inspired by recent tumultuous political events in the US, the piece is composed of a metal fence, glass barbwire and parts of ribbons made from Murano glass which spell out the word ‘Fragile’. For Parlá, the contrast presented in glass, a material that is both delicate and dangerously sharp, is a metaphor for the polaric state of the world. Tiempos Frágiles emphasizes the very fragility of humanity in its current state of existence and the human-made divisions imposed by borders. . . . #JoseParla #Glasstress #LaBiennale

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Thank you to everyone who joined us during Frieze Week for our @ARTnews conversation with @JoseParla and curator @ManonSlome discussing Parla’s current show “Anonymous Vernacular” at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery as well as the artist’s upcoming solo exhibition curated by Manon Slome at The Bronx Museum in 2020. . . . #JoseParla #ARTnews #FriezeWeek

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Edward Burtynsky is exhibiting in "Tomorrow is the Question" group exhibition at ARoS Aarhus Art Museum in Denmark. The exhibition presents works by fifteen international contemporary artists, eliciting reflection and discussion of present and future challenges. . . . Edward Burtynsky, "Dampier Salt Ponds #2, Dampier Western Australia", 2007, Chromogenic color print. . . . #EdwardBurtynsky #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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@OliverJeffers room full of globes on view in the artist's solo exhibition "Observations of Modern Life" @Lazinc in London. . . . "In recent years I have started taking political motivations for how maps have been drawn, and turning them on their head, using the visual language of cartography as a means to make other social commentary. By making environmental, apolitical and sometimes humorous comments on maps and globes, I have been addressing issues I feel strongly about regarding how random maps are in the first place, how arbitrary the carving up of things and drawing of borders are." - Oliver Jeffers . . . #OliverJeffers #ChelseaGalleries

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Please join @JoseParla and curator, @Manon_Slome of @NoLongerEmpty  in conversation on Parlá's current exhibition “Anonymous Vernacular” at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery. Parlá and Slome will discuss the artist's studio practice, further exploring the boundaries of the studio and the city environment. The public talk will be presented by @ARTnews future group tomorrow, Thursday May 2 at 6PM. . . . #JoseParla #ArtNews #FriezeWeek

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Cortis and Sonderegger: DOUBLE TAKE is currently on view at C/O Berlin through June 6, 2019. Their photographic project “Icons” engage in a sophisticated play between photographic truth and manipulation. In a time of intense debate over the authenticity of images and “alternative” and false facts, the works of Cortis and Sonderegger call us to reexamine and question the truthfulness of photography. . . . Cortis and Sonderegger, Making of “Milk Drop Coronet” (by Harold Edgerton, 1957), 2016, Digital C-Print. . . . #CortisandSonderegger #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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@Archdigest visits the studio of @JoseParla . @iamnickmafi writes, "Both in his life and in his work, José Parlá is the very embodiment of a palimpsest. Amiable and kind on the surface, scratch a little deeper and there's a lifetime of experiences bubbling, memories of obstacles overcome to achieve artistic success". Link in bio to read the full feature! . . . #JoseParla #ArchitecturalDigest #ChelseaGalleries