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Ying Li

One does not so much enter into the landscapes of Ying Li as collide with them. Brushed impastos accrete on her canvases like minerals on the walls of a cave. Discerning the scenes can require an ac…

Mayumi Sarai

Mayumi Sarai's third solo show at Lohin Geduld featured 15 deftly carved sculptures, all but one wall-hung. Sarai uses found wood collected from different sources, sometimes antique pine reclaimed f…

Albert Kresch

The very modest size of Albert Kresch’s paintings—of Nova Scotia, Maine, upstate New York and New Mexico—accounts in part, oddly enough, for the impact of their dreamy expansiveness. Often just a fo…

Anne Neely

Though many of the 14 oil-on-linen paintings (all 2008 or ’09) in “Where There’s Water,” Anne Neely’s third solo exhibition at Lohin Geduld, pay homage to the lakes, tidal inlets and aquifers surround…

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