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Beatrice Pediconi, Alien/Alieno

Beatrice Pediconi’s exhibition Alien/Alieno is currently on view at Sepia Eye in New York, until June 18th. Beatrice Pediconi’s work challenges the realm of traditional painting by exploring the water’s reaction to the immersion of different materials, such as ink, acrylic, powder, organic matter and, in the case of this exhibition, oil paint. The melting…

Junita, 2015

Valérie Belin, Super Models

Valérie Belin’s most recent series Super Models is on view at Edwynn Houk Gallery until 19 December 2015. Making its debut earlier this year in Belin’s solo exhibition, Les images intranquilles (Unquiet Images) at Centre Pompidou, the exhibition marks the first presentation of the series in the United States. Composed of six large-scale color photographs, Super Models…

Richard Galpin: Slow Boom, installation view. Image Courtesy of Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York

Richard Galpin, Slow Boom

Cristin Tierney Gallery in New York is hosting Slow Boom, an exhibition of new works by English artist Richard Galpin (previously featured on Fantom Issue 05, Autumn 2010). In Slow Boom, a phalanx of metal structures – nicknamed ‘crawlers’ – creeps across the gallery forming the artist’s most recent investigations of urban growth. Assembled from actual building…

Max De Esteban, A mediated distribution of the real and the fictional

Heads Will Roll

Max De Esteban’s exhibition Heads Will Roll is on view at Klompching Gallery, New York, running trough October 30th. The show features eight large-scale prints from the series, which constitutes the fourth episode of Propositions: a long-term investigation arising from today’s growing embracement of technologies and questioning how the nonstop flow of images affects our daily life. During the exhibition, De Esteban’s new comprehensive publication Propositions (La Fàbrica, 2015)…

Natan Dvir, from the series 'Coming Soon'

Coming Soon

Anastasia Photo Gallery in New York is hosting Natan Dvir’s next exhibition Coming Soon, featuring a series of unreleased works from the Israeli photographer’s long-run depiction of the bizarre relationship between humans and advertising in the city of New York. Enormous billboards, while located in the background of each image, stand above flattened streets and…

Asger Carlsen, Hester, 2011

de-FORMATIONS

The group exhibition de-FORMATIONS includes and takes inspiration from the series The Distortions by André Kertész, the most striking and unsettling work of the visionary author, which was produced during the 30s as an assignment for the illustrated magazine Le Sourire. On that occasion, Kertész portrayed two models making use of carnival mirrors, transforming their…

From left to right: Yellow & Red mix#1; Blue Stripes & Bi-Color Hair; Blue Velvet & Yam #1 (2013)

Lorenzo Vitturi, Dalston Anatomy

Dalston’s Ridley Road Market is invading the Yossi Milo Gallery exhibition space in New York on the occasion of Lorenzo Vitturi’s first exhibition in the United States. Dalston Anatomy is a vibrant exploration of the renowned East-London market, located near the artist’s residence. This peculiar context, famous for its multicultural stands selling a variety of…