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Glenn Brown, Ain't No Flies on the Lamb of God, 2017, Oil paint on acrylic, fibreglass and stainless steel on bronze base, 219 x 50 x 40 cm left, 235 x 62 x 60 centre, 206 x 60 x 42 cm right, Gagosian Gallery Archive

ART CITIES:London-Glenn Brown

Glenn Brown is known for the use of art historical references in his paintings. Starting with reproductions from other artist’s works, Brown …

Installation view, Shirin Neshat, Tooba, 2002, Photo: Universalmuseum Joanneum/N. Lackner, © Shirin Neshat, Courtesy Gladstone Gallery-New York/Brüssel

ART CITIES:Gratz-Shirin Neshat

Raised in Iran and now living in the U.S.A, Shirin Neshat occupies a central role in the discourse on relations between the …

Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck, Eames-Derivative (small version), 2006–13, From the series Cultural Diplomacy: An Art We Neglect, In collaboration with Media Farzin, 1242 custom-made slotted cards, silk thread with metal fixtures, 5 framed vintage magazine ads, three narrative wall labels, vinyl wall lettering, glass and wood platform., Installation dimensions variable: Platform: 594 cm long, with the house of cards on top 150 cm high approx., Framed ads: each 54 x 43 cm approximately, Vinyl wall lettering minimum size: 75 x 520 cm, Edition of 6, Green Art Gallery Archive

ART CITIES:Dubai-Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck

Since the mid-90’s Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck has developed a hybrid practice that incorporates the activities of a researcher, archivist, historian and curator. Working …

Robin Rhode, Inverted Cycle, 2016 c-print 8 parts, 58.6 x 72.6 cm each, 122 x 305 cm overall, Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin-New York/Hong Kong

ART CITIES:N.York-Robin Rhode

Robin Rhode has established his unique practice with a multifold approach, working across media, including drawing, performance, photography, video, and music. He …

Jesper Just, A voyage in dwelling, 2008, Courtesy the artist, EYE Filmmuseum Archive

ART CITIES:Amsterdam-Jesper Just

Jesper Just is known for exploring ambiguous subjects such as gender, desire, relations and identity in his cinematographic works that link images …

Pierre et Gilles, Love From Paris (Nassim Guizani, Angèle Metzger, Lukas Ionesco), 2016, Framed hand-painted photograph, 50 3/8 × 69 1/4 in, © Pierre et Gilles, Courtesy Galerie Templon Paris/Bruxelles

ART CITIES:Paris-Pierre et Gilles

The French duo Pierre et Gilles pose an interesting paradox: their painted photographs are stylistically unique, bearing a highly specialized aesthetic that …

Mark Hagen, Colour therapy II (detail), 2017, Cast acrylic paint, molding paste, fiberglass reinforced plastic, aluminium armature, 210.8 x 121.9 x 7.6 cm, © Mark Hagen, Courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech Gallery, Photo: Joshua White

ART CITIES:Brussels-Mark Hagen

Mark Hagen uses common, non-traditional materials in his painting and sculpture to break down hierarchies and reveal the processes of art-making. He …

Terry Adkins, Native Son (Circus), 2006-15, cymbals, armature, and additional technical components, 50.8 x 243.8 cm, Courtesy of the Estate of Terry Adkins, © The Estate of Terry Adkins

ART CITIES:N.York-Terry Adkins

Terry Adkins created sculptures that were “as ephemeral and transient as music” and fashioned mixed-media artworks that relied on visual as well …

Eşref Yıldırım, Diary of Defeats, 2017, Zilberman Gallery Archive

ART CITIES:Istanbul-Eşref Yıldırım

Eşref Yıldırım’s work takes inspiration from media representations that suggest a critique of power structures and social taboos shaping society. He focuses …

Aka Chio, HER, Exhibition view, Aka Chio, ZZHK Gallery-Hong Kong, 2017, Courtesy ZZHK Gallery

ART CITIES:Hong Kong-Aka Chio

Born in Macau, Aka Chio graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2008 with an associate’s degree in design. She lives …

Peter Halley, Isolation Confirmed (PHP 89-07) , 1989, Acrylic, Day-Glo, and Roll-a-Tex on canvas, 229 x 255 cm, Fundación Aldo Rubino, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires

ART CITIES:Bilbao-Art And Space

In the ‘50s and ‘60s, the German philosopher Martin Heidegger turned to sculpture to examine the relationship between bodies and space, and …