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Angel Otero’s Paintings of Absence
Angel Otero’s Paintings of Absence

Otero’s images of water and disaster mirror the wreckage of Hurricane Maria as well as the devastation of COVID-19. Exhibition review by John Yau in Hyperallergic.

Calida Rawles’s Ethereal Paintings of Water Push the Boundaries of Portraiture
Calida Rawles’s Ethereal Paintings of Water Push the Boundaries of Portraiture

Tessa Solomon in conversation with Rawles about joining Lehmann Maupin and her upcoming exhibition in New York.

Her climate change art is finally being recognised: Cecilia Vicuña and how the world finally caught up with her
Her climate change art is finally being recognised: Cecilia Vicuña and how the world finally caught up with her

This month, her art can be seen simultaneously in three Asian cities, including re-paintings she did of childhood artworks lost during Chile’s military coup. As told by Fionnuala McHugh in South China Morning Post (SCMP).

Calida Rawles joins Lehmann Maupin
Calida Rawles joins Lehmann Maupin

Lehmann Maupin now represents the in-demand Los Angeles artist Calida Rawles and will bring a selection of her work to Art Basel in Hong Kong in May. As told by Melanie Gerlis in the Financial Times.

Once Overlooked, Black Abstract Painters Are Finally Given Their Due
Once Overlooked, Black Abstract Painters Are Finally Given Their Due

McArthur Binion and a brief history of Black abstract painting, by Megan O'Grady in T Magazine.

Cecilia Vicuña: Six Must-See Shows in Seoul
Cecilia Vicuña: Six Must-See Shows in Seoul

From internet-inspired paintings to sprawling, conceptual installations and tongue-in-cheek sculptures, activity in Seoul's galleries is perking up this season.

Angel Otero’s Exquisite Domestic Interiors
Angel Otero’s Exquisite Domestic Interiors

In "The Fortune of Having Been There", Otero’s paintings seduce us with the whole as well as their individual parts.

The 19th-Century Church One Artist Calls Home
The 19th-Century Church One Artist Calls Home

For the painter Angel Otero, a former place of worship in upstate New York is a sanctuary in which to live and work. As told by Alice Newell-Hanson in T: The New York Times Style Magazine.

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