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Lehmann Maupin to Move to Larger Space in Seoul’s Hannam-dong district
Lehmann Maupin to Move to Larger Space in Seoul’s Hannam-dong district

Anny Shaw of the The Art Newspaper reports on the gallery’s upcoming expansion in South Korea, as young collectors boost a buzzing art scene.

 

Billie Zangewa: Silk, Stiches, and Feminism
Billie Zangewa: Silk, Stiches, and Feminism

In the BBC’s In the Studio radio series, journalist Vauldi Carelse visits Billie Zangewa’s home. Their in-depth discussion covers her practice and family, along with a trip to the artist’s favorite fabric store for new silk materials.

Helen Pashgian on Her Visionary Life in Color
Helen Pashgian on Her Visionary Life in Color

Light and Space artist Helen Pashgian speaks with Artforum about the evolution of her practice and her current Lehmann Maupin show, Spheres and Lenses.

McArthur Binion: Practice Makes Perfect
McArthur Binion: Practice Makes Perfect

In L’OFFICIEL, writer Tedd Loos speaks with artist McArthur Binion, who “reveals his ability to turn order and pattern into something reactive.”

Dominic Chambers, Fast-Rising Figurative Painter, Heads to Lehmann Maupin
Dominic Chambers, Fast-Rising Figurative Painter, Heads to Lehmann Maupin

Tessa Solomon of ARTnews highlights the exciting new addition to the gallery’s roster of artists.

November Book Bag: A Light and Space Trailblazer
November Book Bag: A Light and Space Trailblazer

Helen Pashgian: Spheres and Lenses, a new survey of the artist’s sculptures, is featured in The Art Newspaper’s monthy round up of the best recent art publications.

New Arts Complex Aims to Build Community in Detroit
New Arts Complex Aims to Build Community in Detroit

In The New York Times, McArthur Binion’s Modern Ancient Brown Foundation is highlighted as an exciting, new initiative aiming to bring art to Detroit’s community.

The Paintings of Calida Rawles Offer a Space for Healing and Self-Reflection
The Paintings of Calida Rawles Offer a Space for Healing and Self-Reflection

Calida Rawles speaks with JaBrea Patterson-West of Cero Magazine, a nonprofit arts and culture publication with a dedication to the values of creativity, inclusivity, sustainability, and accountability.

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