August 6, 2021
Light bounces across cool blue water. Moths hover above rippling pools. Watermelon slices balance on skin, and ice cold drinks fizz in the heat. Nick Prideaux is an Australian photographer based in Paris. His images distil moments of beauty from the everyday – from sun drenched scenery to legs tangled in sheets. “I approach photography
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Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present Petites Luxures’ third solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition will feature the Parisian artist’s signature minimalist erotic drawings alongside new paintings and sculptural works.
There has been a lot of art creating over the past year that speaks to the human condition, our uncertainty, our universal fears and concerns. Japanese-based artist Yusuke Hanai doesn’t literally create art based on the current state of the world, or hit you in the face with a political message. His works are quiet,
Playing with the Anton Kern Gallery WINDOW space peculiarities — a gallery that can only be seen from the outside and never entered — and referencing its location in Lower Manhattan near Soho, Julie Curtiss has organized The Shoo Sho, inspired by the Shoe Store window displays that populate the area.