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Abigail Goldman "Mea Culpa" @ Hashimoto Contemporary
“Mea Culpa” features a series of dioramas that contain tiny worlds, each similar to our own and inhabited by figures less than an inch high. White picket fences, manicured lawns and mundane suburban settings are all found throughout Abigail Goldman’s work. However upon closer inspection, these minuscule environments are also center stage for various acts of debauchery and gore. The show is comprised of both free-standing and wall-mounted sculptures, each serving as a small window into a different reality. One sculpture depicts two women enjoying a picnic on a grassy 8- inch square island, where fragments of their “guests” can be seen sprawled across the checkered blanket. Another shows a man scrubbing his back with a loofa in the shower, facing away from the bloody figure behind him on the tiled bathroom floor. These perplexing moments create an uncomfortable tension, which in turn forms endless questions of motive and implication.August 01, 2016
Ekta: Where The Sun is Square and Blue
When Ekta, aka Daniel Gotesson, lets the subconscious dictate his process, total destruction is the only solution. Adding and erasing is integral, and he finds most of his magic in mistakes and restrictions. It ain’t easy to make abstraction resonate, but Ekta maintains purity and meaning in his expressions by being limber; staying in shape to make great shapes.July 25, 2016
Kai and Sunny "Whirlwind Of Time"
Stolen Space Gallery is pleased to present Whirlwind Of Time, a series of new works by the UK based artist duo Kai & Sunny. It will be their 4th solo exhibition at the gallery and their first show in London since 2013 after solo shows in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. In conjunction with the exhibition, the artists will release a new print edition, available for purchase at the opening reception.February 29, 2016