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MICHAEL WILLIAMS INTERVIEWED BY FRANCESCA GAVIN

On the occasion of the exhibition New Paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Michael Williams, writer and curator Francesca Gavin posed a few questions to the artist about his creative process and what’s behind this new production of works.
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STEWART UOO

With his playful interrogation of the post-human, spanning sci-fi manikins and anatomical textiles, fleshy fences and dog sculptures, New York-based Stewart Uoo underscores the ever accelerating commodification of relationality and authenticity. Text by Whitney Mallett
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JESSE DARLING

Any mutant super-organism, if still an organism, will at one point feel fragile and vulnerable. At the core of all our added plug-on and -ins, hormone treatments and designer drugs, lies a coil of eternal humanity, common to all living creatures: the need to care and be taken care of. This is where Jesse Darling’s practice comes in. Text by Ingrid Luquet-Gad
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JTT, New York
Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples
T293, Rome
Tate Britain, London
Modern Art, London
Gió Marconi, Milano
covers by Wong Ping and Stewart Uoo
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PATRIZIO DI MASSIMO

KURA. is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in Milan by the Italian artist Patrizio Di Massimo (born in 1983, lives and works in London): a body of new works which further explores on a larger scale many themes dear to the artist. KURA. c/o KURA.
Zabludowicz Collection, London
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
Thomas Dane Gallery, Naples
Arcadia Missa, London
C L E A R I N G, New York
Perrotin, Tokyo