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Thea Djordjadze’s “Oxymoron Grey”

KAUFMANN REPETTO, Milan

View of Thea Djordjadze, “Oxymoron Grey,” kaufmann repetto, Milan, 2014.
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Federico Florian

The raw material of Thea Djordjadze’s work is memory—of past times, faraway places, and emotions. “Oxymoron Grey”—her new (and second) solo show at Milan’s kaufmann repetto gallery—seems to illustrate this idea entirely and intimately. The exhibition’s title may allude to the “oxymoronic” nature of her art, which hovers between painting... continue reading
View of Thea Djordjadze, "Spoons Are Different," Sprüth Magers, London, 2012.
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Laura McLean-Ferris

Come inside and I will draw the curtains—shut out the streets and the harsh brightness of day in favor of dim bluish light. And we will find ourselves in a small beautifully proportioned room. You will immediately understand that this is a private space—an environment meant for one person or... continue reading

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