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MAUREEN PALEY, London
12 October - 22 November, 2015
A truly isolated investigator is impossible (...). An isolated investigator without bias and tradition, without forces of
mental society acting upon him, and without the effect of the evolution of that society, would be blind and thoughtless. Thinking
is a collective activity (...). Its product is a certain picture, which is visible only to anybody who takes part in this social
activity, or a thought which is also clear to the members of the collective only. What we do think and how we do see depends on
the thought-collective to which we belong - Ludwik Fleck, 1935
Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York
presentsRACHEL PERRY WELTY
10 September - 17 October, 2015
Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to present Chiral Lines, an exhibition of drawings by Rachel Perry Welty and the artist’s fifth solo exhibition with the gallery. Fabricated from the collection of every writing instrument in her home, this group of ambidextrous two-panel drawings utilizes a set of self-imposed rules and the simplest of gestures: the line.
Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art, New York
8 October - 1 November, 2015
Inspired by the tradition of British animal portraiture, Fladeboe’s images reference the eighteenth-century paintings of George Stubbs and the nineteenth-century canvasses of Edwin Landseer. The Shepherd’s Realm has much in common with the artistic practices and scientific investigation of the Victorian era.
Station Independent Projects, New York
12 September - 11 October, 2015
...it was constantly being dotted, minutely, a network of lines and scratches and reliefs and engravings; the universe was scrawled over all sides, along all its dimensions.
Italo Calvino, Cosmicomics
Ambacher Contemporary, Munich
12 September - 13 November, 2015
Between abstraction and the figurative, fact and fiction, they remind sometimes of the slightly nostalgic and fuzziness, other ones of the completly abstract works by Gerhard Richter. Cánovas uses the modern-day flood of images in order to take a critical stance on current affairs that fulfil the role of a collective memory.