Rebecca Ackroyd: 100mph at Peres Projects

100mph sensitively reflects on themes of sexuality, narratives of progress, our built environments, and the subconscious mind.

On view until 26 February
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Sarah Lucas Hurricane Doris at CONTEMPORARY FINE ARTS

The exhibition gathers Lucas’ new and older sculptures which tirelessly challenge gender stereotypes and confront the viewer with investigations of sexuality and identity in a playful and ironic way.

On view until 27 February
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MULTIPLES, INC. 1965-1992 at Marian Goodman

The exhibition gathers for the first time a selection of over 150 editions published by Multiples, Inc. in collaboration with over 70 artists.

On view until February 27
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Shannon Cartier Lucy: Fooled again — at Hussenot, Paris

Lucy’s paintings are loquacious despite seeming unassuming. They thrust us towards the edge of a precipice right where our inhibitions ends and our subconscious begins. Suddenly, we find ourselves in the entrails of a complex labyrinth where the walls are moving…

On view until 27 February

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PURE FORM at David Zwirner

An exhibition that explores the formal qualities of abstraction

On view until February 20
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Reggie Burrows Hodges at Karma

Hodges creates paintings centered on the human form, imbuing his subjects with the mystery and significance of remembered scenes or recollected stories.

On view until February 28

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Ed Atkins: ENTROPY OF A BIASED COIN at Cabinet

Ed Atkin’s new show at Cabinet – is a two-channel real-time 3D simulation, authored in a custom version of the Unreal Engine: a software development environment used to make video games.

On view until 6 February
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Hangama Amiri: Bazaar, A Recollection of Home at T293, Rome

Having grown up in Nova Scotia (Canada) and being currently based in New Haven (Connecticut), Amiri looks back at her native country, where she lived until the age of six, through a critical approach with the aim at celebrating the contemporary lifestyle of Afghan women.

On view until 29 January, 2021

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Piotr Skiba: Murmur over the body lobe at Spazio ORR, Brescia

Piotr Skiba in his work clearly underlines the physical presence of things and people, putting everything on the same level. In his works stands out a value connected to the square of the Kosmonautów residential complex, where he lived and worked for years.

On view until December 30, 2021

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