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SOUDAIN HIER _ MARC DESGRANDCHAMPS AT LELONG

„Soudain hier“ presents impressive large scale work by Marc Desgrandchamps at Galerie Lelong and thus marks the occasion of a first sight



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ANTON CORBIJN „#5“ _ AT ZENO X GALLERY

Renowned Dutch photographer is shown in the gallery. In 1976, Corbijn moved to London and came into contact with bands that inspired him. It was mainly

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„OBSERVATIONS“ EARLY PRINTS OF CANDIDA HOEFER

Since the early 1980s Höfer has photographed libraries, museums and opera houses with a respectful distance and arranged in meticulous compositions

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LAYERED REALITIES _ THOMAS RUFF AT ZWIRNER GALLERY

„Thomas Ruff: New Works“ is a continuation of the artist’s press++ series, which debuted at David Zwirner in New York earlier this year. Ruff’s

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SOUDAIN HIER _ MARC DESGRANDCHAMPS AT LELONG

„Soudain hier“ presents impressive large scale work by Marc Desgrandchamps at Galerie Lelong and thus marks the occasion of a first sight

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GIUSEPPE PENNONE _ „EBBI, AVRO, NON HO“

A slection of works emblematic of Penone’s interest in the metaphysical relationship of his body to the living ecosystem is currently on show at Marian Goodman

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REVISITING KLINE _ NEW WORK OF RITA ACKERMANN

The Stretcher Bar Paintings and Kline Rape series are a two-part exhibition of recent work by Rita Ackermann – now on show at Hauser & Wirth

ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
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ZAHA HADID _ EARLY PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS

Architectural pioneer and visionary Zaha Hadid has left a mark with her ground-breaking and innovative work. London’s Serpentine Sackler

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HEAVY IMPACT _ PHAIDON’S „THIS BRUTAL WORLD“

Being familiar with the prevailing trends within painting and sculpture architectural critic Reyner Banham set out to describe a new cultural movement

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