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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

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Please join us tonight from 6-8PM for the opening of José Parlá’s exhibition ”Anonymous Vernacular”, a series of new paintings and reworked found objects. For over a decade, Parla has rigorously experimented with a mix of non-traditional painting materials and collage to create his signature style, a graphomaniac reflection of a distinctly urban vernacular. . . . José Parlá, “If You Take Care of It, It Will Grow | Mobile Home”, 2019, 72 x 108 inches. . . . #JoseParla #Paintings #ChelseaGalleries

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Studio preparations with @JoseParla . We are excited for the opening of our exhibition "Anonymous Vernacular" on Thursday April 25th from 6-8PM. . . . #JoseParla #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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@OliverJeffers new book, 'The Fate of Fausto' is complete and will be released globally on September 17th this year. The art has all been made lithographically on hundreds of plates on the presses of Idem Editions in Paris. Tonight at Idem the artist will launch an exhibition of these prints and a very special limited edition of the book, made with the art that came directly from the press. The exhibition will be on view through May 18th. . . . #OliverJeffers #Illustrator #ItemEditions

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One of the world's most tech savvy sculptors, Alan Rath, reflects on the connection between machines and their makers in @ContentMag upcoming issue 11.2 . Rath's exhibition is currently on display through June 2nd at San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. Link in bio for the full feature. . . . #AlanRath #RoboticArt #Sculpture

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We are heartbroken about the Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire in Paris. "Notre-Dame Cathedral is the very soul of Paris but so much more-it is a touchstone for all that is the best about the world, and a monument to the highest aspirations of artistic achievement that transcend religion and time" - Barbara Drake Boehm, Paul and Hill Ruddock Senior Curator for the @metcloisters . . . Detail of Stephen Wilkes, Pont de la Tournelle, Paris, 2013, Archival C-Print. . . . #NotreDame #PrayForParis #StephenWilkes

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Edward Burtynsky is on view in The Museum of Contemporary Art Busan's group exhibition "Nature, Life, Human" The exhibition runs through July 7, 2019. . . . Edward Burtynsky, Colorado River Delta #12, Sonora, Mexico, 2011, Chromogenic Color Print. . . . #EdwardBurtynsky #Photography

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Last chance to see Evan Robarts’ solo exhibition, "Within Cells Interlinked" closing this Saturday, April 13th. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10AM - 6PM. . . . #EvanRobarts #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is excited to announce José Parlá’s “Anonymous Vernacular”, a series of new paintings and reworked found objects opening on April 25th. For over a decade, Parlá has rigorously experimented with a mix of non-traditional painting materials and collage to create his signature style, a graphomanic reflection of a distinctly urban vernacular. This marks Parlá's fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. . . . José Parlá, Anonymous Vernacular, 2019, Oil paint, acrylic, enamel and collage on canvas and wood surface, 84 x 144 inches. . . . #JoséParlá #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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Today is the last day to visit us at The Photography Show, presented by @aipadphoto . Join us at Pier 94, Booth 301 through 6PM. . . . Presented here: Edward Burtynsky, "Tetrapods #1, Dongying, China", 2016, Chromogenic color print & Cortis and Sonderegger, Making of "Moon and Half Dome" (by Ansel Adams, 1960), Digital C-Print. . . . #AIPAD2019 #ThePhotographyShow

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Jose Parla is one of the many prominent artists featured in @BronxMuseum 2019 Benefit auction. The Bronx Museum of the Arts is the only contemporary arts museum in NYC that is free 100% of the time and the 2019 benefit auction sale will raise funds needed to continue free admission to their internationally recognized exhibitions and educational programming. Link in bio to bid on the works! . . . Jose Parla, "One: Union of the Senses Abstract MonoTransfer D", 2014, Mono transfer, 64 × 46 in. . . . #JoseParla #BronxMuseum

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Oliver Jeffers solo exhibition "Observations on Modern Life" opens tonight @lazinc in London. The exhibition will be a comprehensive showcase of the artist's sculptural and collage works from the last decade. . . . #OliverJeffers #MixedMedia #ChelseaGalleries

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New work by Robert Currie on view at our booth at The Photography Show presentes by @aipadphoto . Visit us at Pier 94, booth 301 through Sunday. . . . Robert Currie, "56,260 cm of Nylon Monofilament and Coloured Acrylics (Sunset Car Park) (2019)", Nylon monofilament, coloured acrylic, perspex. . . . #RobertCurrie #AIPAD #ChelseaGalleries

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Thank you @Artsy for featuring Niko Luoma as one of the 10 Must See Artists at AIPAD! Niko Luoma takes celebrated works from the history of art and breaks them down into geometries, as the artist reassembles the work using multiple exposures to a negative. These exposures, abstract yet calculated, emulate the simultaneous viewpoints found in cubism. Link in bio to read the full feature! . . . Niko Luoma, Adaptation of "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" (1907) by Pablo Picasso, 2017, C-print. . . . #NikoLuoma #Photography #AIPAD

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The Photography Show, presented by @aipadphoto officially opens to the public today from 12PM - 7PM. Join us at Pier 94, Booth 301 through Sunday. . . . #AIPAD2019 #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) will hold the 39th edition of The Photography Show from April 4-7, 2019 at Pier 94. Preview our presentation of works by Stephen Wilkes, Cortis & Sonderegger, Robert Currie, Niko Luoma, Edward Burtynsky, and Yorgo Alexopoulos. . . . Stephen Wilkes, Central Park Snow, New York City, 2016, Archival C-Print. . . . Robert Currie, 56,260cm of Nylon Monofilament and Coloured Acrylics (Sunset Car Park), 2019, Nylon monofilament, coloured acrylic, perspex. . . . Cortis and Sonderegger, Making of "The First Powered Flight of the Wright Brothers' Flyer 1" (by John Thomas Daniels, 1903), 2013 , Digital C-Print. . . . Niko Luoma, Self-titled Adaptation of "Guernica" (1937) by Pablo Picasso, 2017, C-print, Diasec. . . . Edward Burtynsky, Satellite Capture, Near Buraydah, Saudi Arabia, 2018, Chromogenic Color Print. . . . Yorgo Alexopoulos, Square Swell, 2018, Digital animation on square LCD display, painted aluminum frame, media player, glass, related electronics.

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Jose Parla is exhibiting @ArtBasel Hong Kong with @benbrownfinearts through March 31st at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center. . . . Jose Parla, "Manifestation of the Body's Revolution", Oil paint and poster paper on canvas. . . . #JoseParla #ArtBasel #ABHK2019

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We are excited to announce that @oliverjeffers will be working with @apple on an animated adaptation of the artist’s last book “Here We Are: Notes For Living on Planet Earth”. . . . #OliverJeffers #Apple #Illustration

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Edward Burtynsky’s augmented reality is now on view at the Boursan Contemporary Art Collection in Istanbul. This Augmented reality installation invites visitors to explore the recycling of automotive machine parts in 3 Dimension, from a scrap yard in Accra, Ghana, an experience that will place the reality of industrial waste in immediate juxtaposition to the space of the exhibition space. The 3D images that come together to form this AR installation were developed by stitching together more than 4,000 photographs. . . . #EdwardBurtynsky #AnthropoceneProject #AugmentedReality

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Evan Robarts' new mop paintings are a series of fluid, calligraphic abstractions of plaster on linoleum tiles. The distinct action of mopping-as-mark-making is now consumed by an osmosis-like process of flowing pigment from an under layer, ebbing and pooling into crystalline forms along the divisions in the gridded surface. . . . Evan Robarts, "While you're not performing your duties do they keep you in a little box? Cells.", 2019, Hydrocal plaster, powdered pigment on vinyl tile mounted to wood panel. On view in our solo exhibition "Within Cells Interlinked" through April 13th. . . . #EvanRobarts #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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We are excited to announce Jose Parla's participation in GLASSTRESS 2019 during the 58th Biennale de Venezia at Fondazione Berengo Art Space. The exhibition opens on May 9th and will be on view through November 24, 2019. . . . Returning for the 58th Biennale di Venezia, the sixth edition of GLASSTRESS, curated by Vik Muniz and Koen Vanmechelen brings together a new line-up of leading contemporary artists from Europe, the United States, Latin America, India, and China in an ambitious exhibition exploring the endless creative possibilities of glass.To celebrate 10 years of GLASSTRESS and 30 years of Berengo Studio, the exhibition goes back to its historical roots on the island of Murano. An old abandoned glass furnace is now an evocative exhibition space for striking new works and installations by returning artists Ai Weiwei, Tony Cragg and Thomas Schütte as well as first time participants José Parlá  Prune Nourry, Xavier Veilhan, amongst others. . . . #JoseParla #VeniceBiennale #Glasstress

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Congratulations @sohei_nishino on his upcoming book "Water Line: The Story of the Po River” to be published this spring by @damiani_books . Sohei’s second monograph brings together over 80 previously unpublished black and white images. . . . In 2017 the Japanese photographer traveled along the river, taking hundreds of photographs which he then combined in collages and arranged in large tableaux. His portrait of the river is composed of a multitude of faces, industrial landscapes, glimpses of the river, city views and scenes of everyday life, thus combining details and broad views, and creating an image-filled polyptych. . . . #SoheiNishino #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Thanks to @NewYorkTimes for highlighting Cortis & Sonderegger and their photographic series “Icons”. . . . "Mr. Cortis and Mr. Sonderegger’s images fascinate partly because of the interplay between what we see in front of us and how we remember the original. At a time when digital photographic manipulation is a fact of life, these images remind us that a photograph is not an objective representation of the events it depicts. And perhaps, sometimes, seeing shouldn’t be believing." Link in bio to read the full feature! . . . #CortisandSonderegger #NewYorkTimes #ChelseaGalleries

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Evan Robarts's sculptural line drawing consists of a mounted sheet of glass through which an old hose is piped, pushing and pulling away from the surface in a graceful interplay of gravity, air, and object. The fusion of found objects in Evan's work exaggerates the nature of our urban environment and its constant redevelopment. . . . Evan Robarts, Untitled, 2019, Glass, hose, and brackets, 94 x 72 x 33 inches. . . . #EvanRobarts #Sculpture #ChelseaGalleries

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Jose Parla's painting "Amistad America" featured on the cover of @landmarksUT project book. Check out the book to see the full collection and map for Parla’s public work in Austin, Texas. . . . #JoseParla #PublicArt #ChelseaGalleries

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In his sculptural works, Robarts plays with contradictions, working with materials at opposite ends of the spectrum. In one corner of the gallery, a cluster of used and empty gas cylinders are linked to a stainless steel nucleus. The colors of rose pink and robin's egg blue evoke a softness of palette, directly juxtaposing the industrial nature of the material. . . . Evan Robarts, “Untitled”, 2019, Empty gas cylinders. . . . #EvanRobarts #Sculpture #ChelseaGalleries

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Today is the last day to visit The Armory Show. We are at Pier 94, Booth 516 exhibiting experiential digital works by Jim Campbell and Alan Rath. . . . #JimCampbell #AlanRath #TheArmoryShow

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Evan Robarts solo exhibition “Within Cells Interlinked” is currently at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery. The exhibition will be on view through April 13th. . . . #EvanRobarts #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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Thank you @artnet news for featuring Jim Campbell’s “Eroding Wave” as one of the 6 best artworks at the 2019 Armory Show! Link in bio to read the full article. . . . #JimCampbell #TheArmoryShow

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Evan Robarts featured in a studio interview with @collecteurs “Evan Robarts: Labor as Artistic Performance”. Link in bio to read the full feature! . . . #EvanRobarts #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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Please join us tonight from 6-8Pm for the opening of Evan Robarts' second solo show at the gallery "Within Cells Interlinked", a new body of paintings and sculptures. This exhibition marks an evolution in Robarts' mop paintings - a series of fluid, calligraphic abstractions of plaster on linoleum tiles. . . . #EvanRobarts #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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"Alan Rath: Virtual Unreality" marks the first large-scale retrospective survey of the artist at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. Since the early 1980s, he has produced an ever-evolving body of work that ranges from elaborately designed electronic marvels to fluid, kinetic mobiles. . . . "Alan Rath: Virtual Unreality" includes over 35 artworks made between 1986 and 2018, and spans Rath’s prolific career from his early sculptures that incorporated cathode ray tubes and found objects to his most recent digital and electronic robotics. This exhibition will trace the major themes and motifs in Rath’s work, including his frequent use of imagery like eyes, mouths and hands that are indicative of human expression and perception, and other motifs like soundless speakers, the running man that changes daily, and feathers that animate robotic machines. The exhibition will be on view through June 2, 2019. . . . #AlanRath #RoboticArt

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We are excited to announce our second solo exhibition with Evan Robarts “Within Cells Interlinked” opening on Thursday February 28th. . . . With new paintings and sculptures, he meditates on the state of our material and spiritual world through formal invention and abstraction. Robarts’ artistic practice is rooted in the social implications and context of his materials. A mop, a hose, propane tanks - tools that became familiar to the artist during his time as a superintendent - speak to the value ascribed to objects and their relationship to art, the labor market, and social stratification. . . . Evan Robarts, “What is like to hold your child in your arms? Interlinked”, 2019, Hydrocal plaster, powdered pigment on vinyl tile mounted to wood panel.

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Highlighting one of @StephenWilkes top viewed photographs from @natgeo ! The artist has worked with @natgeo for the past 10 years and has had some of the most exciting shoots of his career. . . . "This full solar eclipse was captured in 2017 in Wyoming and the suddenness of the day turning into night was an experience that has further inspired my Day to Night project and quantifies the incredible mystique that surrounds total solar eclipses when they occur". . . . #StephenWilkes #Photography #NatGeo

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In the studio with @yorgo_alexopoulos getting a glimpse of new moving image grid works in process. . . . #YorgoAlexopoulos #VideoArt #ChelseaGalleries

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Today is the last day to see @oliverjeffers solo exhibition “For All We Know”. Visit the show today from 10AM - 6PM! . . . #OliverJeffers #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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After its US premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Anthropocene: The Human Epoch, by Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier heads to the Berlin International Film Festival! Screening tonight at 6PM. . . . Edward Burtynsky, Tetrapods #1, Dongying, China, 2016, Chromogenic Color Print. . . . #EdwardBurtynsky #Anthropocene #Film

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@Artsy features @OliverJeffers and our exhibition in Jacqui Palumbo’s interview with the artist “In Picture Books and Paintings, Oliver Jeffers Explores Our Place in the Cosmos”. Link in bio to read the full feature! . . . #OliverJeffers #Artsy #ChelseaGalleries

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Join us tomorrow evening at 6PM for a panel discussion with @OliverJeffers and @JadAbumrad from Radio Lab. The conversation will be followed by a closing party for the artist to celebrate the last week of our exhibition! . . . #OliverJeffers #ChelseaGalleries

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The New York Times features a studio visit with Oliver Jeffers and an interview by Maria Russo! Link in bio to read the full article. . . . #OliverJeffers #NewYorkTimes

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Edward Burtynsky installed in @chaptersindigo flagship bookstore in Vancouver, with a special installation of two of the artist's mural's photographed in Avatar Grove in Canada. . . . #EdwardBurtynsky #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Whitewall features Oliver Jeffers solo show “For All We Know” at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and his highline installation “The Moon, The Earth, and Us” in “Must See New York Art Shows”. Link in bio to read the full feature! . . . #OliverJeffers #ChelseaGalleries #HighLineArt

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One year ago Jose Parla completed “Amistad America” with @landmarksut at University of Austin Texas. . . . Encompassing a 25-foot high and 160-foot wide wall of Robert B. Rowling Hall at the university’s business school, Parlá’s mural is an ode to solidarity, labor, and remembrance. . . . #JoseParla #Painting #PublicArt

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Oliver Jeffer's sculpture "The Moon, the Earth, and Us", presented in partnership with, and on @thehighlinenyc contains two globes; the Earth and its Moon, constructed to show their correct size and distance from each other - a quarter million miles in reality, but along the High Line, a city block apart. Located on the High Line between 15th and 16th streets and on view through February 14th. . . . #OliverJeffers #HighLineArt #PublicArt

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Congratulations to Cortis and Sonderegger for being awarded Photographers of the Year 2019 by the Swiss Photo Academy at photoSchweiz in Zurich! . . . #CortisandSonderegger #Photography #ChelseaGalleries

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Oliver Jeffers is a master of materials and a storyteller at heart, as seen in his unique use of found items and linguistic interventions, reinvigorating new life to common items and landscapes. ”For All We Know” is on view through February 16th. . . . Oliver Jeffers, Astral Books, 2018, Found book covers, oil, and oilstick on board. . . . #OliverJeffers #Painting #ChelseaGalleries

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The newest image in Stephen Wilke's “Day To Night” series is finally complete! Photographed in British Columbia's Bella Coola, this scene captures the grizzly bears searching for food in their natural habitat during the peak salmon run. Due to climate change, the rivers in which the salmon travel are hotter and drier than ever before, leading to an increase in fish mortality and fewer fish for the bears to feed on. According to Wilkes, "I plan to continue this project, capturing over threatened and endangered species, in the hope of creating awareness about the dangers of climate change and the effect of man on natural habitats" . . . Stephen Wilkes, "Grizzly Bears, Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada, Day to Night", 2018, Archival C Print. . . . #StephenWilkes #Photography #ChelseaGalleries