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PREMIO COMBAT PRIZE 2015 Call for applications for PREMIO COMBAT PRIZE 2015 Application deadline extended: 9th May 2015

Call for submissions now open for the sixth edition of PREMIO COMBAT PRIZE, an international contest devoted to the constant pursuit of different paths and talents which characterize contemporary art.

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Marc Jancou Contemporary, Geneva presents
TORSTEN SLAMA Torsten Slama, Second Order Christian Worship Center, 2013 19 March - 26 May, 2015

Torsten Slama suspends the rules of physics in favor of his poetic imagination. In Slama’s world, floating geometric shapes can effortlessly co-exist with modernist architecture and sci-fi landscapes. His subjects are consistently architectural and mechanical, and noticeable absent of humans.

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Griffin Gallery Open 2015 Call for applications for Griffin Gallery Open 2015 Application deadline: 25th May 2015

- Winsor & Newton painting prize - £1,000 and £3,000 in art materials.
- Liquitex acrylic painting prize - £1,000 and £3,000 in art materials.
- Conté à Paris drawing prize - £1,000 and £3,000 in art materials.

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Team (bungalow), Los Angeles presents
ANDREW GBUR Andrew Gbur, Untitled, 2015 05 April - 03 May, 2015

For his debut Los Angeles exhibition, Andrew Gbur presents new pieces from his ongoing series of face paintings. The artist employs a dramatically reduced visual vocabulary to evoke in crude but instantly recognizable terms the human visage. Form remains consistent throughout the body of work: a crescent indicates a smiling mouth, a rough triangle stands for the nose, and two almond-shapes suggest eyes.

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Thomas Erben Gallery, New York presents
ROSE WYLIE Rose Wylie, Blue Horse with Girl, 2013 2 April - 9 May, 2015

In Rose Wylie’s work, people, animals and objects - unlabored, but very complete - combine with patches of color and bits of painted text. These elements come from a variety of sources: cinema, newspapers, tabloids, television, art history, and people she meets. Often working from memory, Wylie is not interested in overarching themes or stories ? her focus is on the particular, the detail, the specific visual moment that made an emotional impact and stuck in her mind.

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