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/ Luc Tuymans
Luc Tuymans's "Corporate" at David Zwirner, New York
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Paddy Johnson

Luc Tuymans's paintings set a somber mood at David Zwirner: a ship at sail with its stern to a cloudy horizon; a conspiratorial faceless portrait; a panel discussion dissolving as its participants are cast in blinding light. The 11 works in his latest show titled "Corporate" darkly depict corporations as the new feudal lords. This means a series of portraits, interiors, and landscapes in shades of gray line Zwirner's walls, along with a girl on horseback and some knightly... continue reading

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