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Ending Soon: "#SterlingRuby: #STOVES " at the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature in Paris is on view through Sunday, February 14th. Installed outdoors, a series of large wood stoves, fed regularly with logs, warms the atmosphere of the courtyard of the Mongelas Hotel.
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Gagosian Gallery is pleased to announce the fourth of its annual project spaces at this year's edition of Printed Matter's LA Art Book Fair: Design Office: Kim Gordon in collaboration with Feeding Tube Records: "Living on the Edge of Obscurity."
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Best known for his interventions in the natural world, Italian artist #GiuseppePenone now brings a forest of his recent work to #GagosianHongKong. Read about it at Blouin Artinfo. 
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"Stepping into #GagosianDaviesSt to check out #HarmonyKorine’s debut London show #Fazors feels like a sensory overload, as the primary colours from his large–scale hallucinatory canvases reverberate from the walls and attack the eyes." Read more about Korine's UK exhibition at +Amuse.
It's all about following your instincts, and that applies to painting too
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"Theory has nothing to do with a work of art. Pictures which are interpretable, and which contain a meaning, are bad pictures. A picture presents itself as the Unmanageable, the Illogical, the Meaningless. It demonstrates the endless multiplicity of aspects; it takes away our certainty, because it deprives a thing of its meaning and its name. It shows us the thing in all the manifold significance and infinite variety that preclude the emergence of any single meaning and view." —#GerhardRichter

Best wishes to the German artist born today, February 9.
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Image: Gerhard Richter, "IBLAN," 2009, jacquard woven, 108 11/16 × 148 13/16 inches (rolled) (276 × 378 cm (rolled)), © Gerhard Richter
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What's the #latestinNOW ? The first exhibition to pair works by #RichardAvedon and #AndyWarhol is on view at #GagosianBritanniaSt , London. The works in the exhibition, which date from the 1950s through the 1990s, emphasize such common themes as social and political power, the evolving acceptance of cultural differences, the inevitability of mortality, and the glamour and despair of celebrity.

In the following conversation, Ara H. Merjian, professor at +New York University, discusses the themes presented in the exhibition with Gagosian’s Jason Ysenburg. Read on NOW...
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At this year's +Printed Matter, Inc.'s Los Angeles Art Book Fair, which will be held at +MOCA, Los Angeles] , #KimGordon , the former Sonic Youth frontwoman will be representing Gagosian Gallery with a pop-up record store. Titled "Living on the Edge of Obscurity," the project is in collaboration with FEEDING TUBE RECORDS from Florence, MA. The fair runs from February 12–14. Come see us at Booth J. #LAArtBookFair #LAABF #GagosianatLAABF #PrintedMatter
Sonic Youth's frontwoman Kim Gordon is opening a special pop-up record store at this year's LA Book Fair by way of Gagosian Gallery.
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Thomas Ruff’s photography suggests the possibilities of his chosen medium, as he might use digital manipulation for one subject and antiquated darkroom techniques for another. Ruff works in series, creating defined bodies of work whose subjects include empty domestic interiors, appropriated interplanetary images captured by NASA, abstractions of modernist architecture, three-dimensional computer-generated Pop imagery, and obscured pornography.

Happy birthday to renowned photographer #ThomasRuff, who was born on this day, February 10th in Harmersbach, West Germany.
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Image: "Substrat 33 III," 2007, chromogenic print, 72 11/16 × 79 1/8 inches framed (184.7 × 201 cm), edition of 3 © Thomas Ruff
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"For a lot of the faces, I was inspired by real people I found online," #CindySherman explains. "I didn't want it to be obvious, though. I'd change the hair color, style, something. But they still look like they're somebody—rather than just me with makeup on." Check out the entire #Twirl spread in +Harper's BAZAAR.
In an exclusive series of satirical portraits, the famed contemporary artist arms herself with the season's standout pieces. Her quest? Social media validation.
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His repurposing of the over-familiar creates momentary ruptures, which in the words of one writer “jolt us temporarily out of our indifference, owing to over-exposure, toward the signs that dominate our daily lives.”

Artist #AdamMcEwen born this day, February 9th, in London, England.
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Image: Adam McEwen "New York, New York," 2011, chewing gum on linen, 90 × 130 inches (228.6 × 330.2 cm)
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Founded by Larry Gagosian, the gallery has dedicated itself to organizing important exhibitions of contemporary and modern art.
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Attuned to the dynamics of today’s world, Gagosian Gallery has evolved into a global network, currently maintaining fourteen distinct exhibition spaces in eight cities.