Héloïse Chassepot

Héloïse Chassepot (b. 1995, Paris; lives and works in London) completed studies at Haute école d’art et de design, Geneva; University of Geneva, Switzerland; and gained her MFA from Goldsmiths, University of London, in 2022. She shows work with Downs and Ross.

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Zeshan Ahmed and Yasi Alipour

Transmitter is a collaborative curatorial gallery based in Brooklyn, New York, focusing on programming that is multidisciplinary, international and
experimental. to bleach, to fold features Work by Zeshan Ahmed and Yasi Alipour.

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Natvar Bhavsar

Aicon recently presented Natvar Bhavsar Part III, a solo exhibition of early works by the eponymous seasoned New York artist. The show marks the third chapter in the ongoing story of Bhavsar being told at the gallery. It picks up two years after the previous exhibition, Sublime Light, and includes fourteen paintings created between 1987 and 2005.

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Maki Ueda

catches the attention of Eva Díaz at the World Perfumery Congress (yes you read that right). Maki is an olfactory artist. As a creative that (tries to) focus on the viewer’s sense of sight, I am so here for her work- and she makes aromas whose application on a surface changes in black light (below)!

More and more

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Leon Kossof

is one of many British post-war artists Jane Allison included and Hyperallergic reviewed in Postwar Modern: New Art in Britain 1945–1965 at the Barbican. The timeliness of pointing out that absolute atrocity that is humanity’s preoccupation with war and noting the ability to convey the resulting emotions through non-figurative modalities is a good use of words and curatorial energy/attention.

More (like many mid-Century Modernists he did not exclusively practice abstraction).

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