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#gianni_colombo exhibits at #greene_naftali_gallery

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#gianni_colombo exhibits at #greene_naftali_gallery http://www.greenenaftaligallery.com/artists/gianni-colombo#16

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#bernadette_corp is at #greene_naftali_gallery http://www.greenenaftaligallery.com/artists/bernadette-corporation#20

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#bernadette_corp has a similar aesthetics to #aes_group - both amplify the corporate and neoliberal aesthetics in its expression of glossiness and suspense of movement.

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#aes_group is with #triumph_gallery

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#harun_farocki is exhibited at #greene_naftali_gallery

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#turi_simeti is with #almine_rech_gallery

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#almine_rech_gallery also features works of #james_turrell

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#james_turrell light pyramids

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#jeremy_hutchison was exhibited at #modern_art_oxford

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#jeremy_hutchison was exhibited at #z33 in belgium

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#jeremy_hutchison worked with #delfina_foundation

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#jeremy_hutchison exhibited at #Northern_Gallery for contemporary art

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#jeremy_hutchison like #francis_alys lives in mexico and likes to make his work with everyday life situations.

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#aleksey_taruts is with #triumph_gallery

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#compagnie_marie_chouinard #les_ballets_c_de_la_b

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#compagnie_marie_chouinard #wayne_mcgregor

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#ed_atkins is exhibited at #stedelijk_museum

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#ed_atkins was exhibited at #isabella_bortolozzi_gallery

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#ed_atkins #ryan_trecartin

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#ryan_trecartin was exhibited at #kw_gallery

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#yuri_ancarani #harun_farocki

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#yuri_ancarani works were exhibited at #isabella_bortolozzi_gallery

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#harun_farocki is exhibited at #greene_naftali_gallery

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#yuri_ancarani da vinci https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cBoqgJfyXw and il capo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du9_Kn2y2VA

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#francis_alys #harun_farocki both deal with the fabric of the real

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#bjoern_dahlem at #berlinische_galerie

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#gianni_colombo #bjoern_dahlem structures

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#harun_farocki at #hkw_berlin

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#anthony_mccall and #james_turrell both work with light

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#anthony_mccall #hamburger_bahnhof

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#sebastião_salgado #co_berlin

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#richard_mosse #carlier_gebauer

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#paul_chan #jeremy_hutchison

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#giuseppe_penone #galerie_marian_goodman

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#wayne_mcgregor #michael_clark

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#richard_mosse #sebastião_salgado

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#tony_smith black geometrical shapes #james_turrell

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#tony_smith #giuseppe_penone

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#tony_smith is with #matthew_marks_gallery

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#thomas_demand #matthew_marks_gallery

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#yang_fudong #galerie_marian_goodman

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#yang_fudong #aes_group

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#aleksey_taruts #ed_atkins

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#aleksey_taruts #harun_farocki

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#katsuhiko_narita #tony_smith

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#ryan_mcginley #ryan_trecartin

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#ryan_mcginley #harmony_korine

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#harmony_korine #ryan_trecartin

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#bas_jan_ader #francis_alys

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#david_lachapelle #aes_group

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#erwin_olaf #david_lachapelle

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#jonathan_meese #oleg_kulik

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#gianni_colombo #tony_smith

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#almine_rech_gallery #erik_lindman

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