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Est. 1902

Lee Triming

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Asier Mendizabal

Basque artist Asier Mendizabal (b. 1973) explores symbolic forms and the ways in which they relate to, or become abstracted from, the cultural structures in which they are based. His Soft Focus (2011)…

Christoph Büchel

In a 1990 interview, Jeff Wall made the claim, “Critique is a philosophical practice which does not just separate good from bad—that is, make answers and give judgements. Rather, it dramatizes the…

Michael Dean

“Cope” was British artist Michael Dean’s debut solo exhibition at Herald St. Five understated concrete sculptures and four digital C-prints (all works 2011), all initially reading as abstract, were…

Phillip Allen

“Capital P,” Phillip Allen’s fifth solo show at The Approach since 1999, presented new works (all 2011) on board or paper, displaying a further unfolding of the British painter’s very particular lan…

Hilary Lloyd

British artist Hilary Lloyd's first major exhibition in London in 10 years consisted of just five video works (all 2010)-a bold move, given the scale of Raven Row's spa- cious, three-story premises…

Pavel Buchler

Pavel Büchler’s recent show, “Studio Schwitters,” consisted of a single work of that title, featuring 75 horn speakers interconnected by electrical cords and covering a wall of the gallery. One cord…

Claire Barclay

With her recent show, “Flat Peach,” Claire Barclay engaged viewers in a teasing formal game before they had even entered the gallery. The Glasgow-based artist partially obscured the gallery’s floor…

Daniel Von Sturmer

Daniel von Sturmer’s first London show was an understated presentation of four videos drawn from larger bodies of work (2008-09). The installation, referencing painting and sculpture as well as fil…

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