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Nicolas Party’s “Two Naked Women”

KAUFMANN REPETTO, Milan

View of Nicolas Party’s “Two Naked Women,” kaufmann repetto, Milan, 2015.
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Ilaria Bombelli

Standing knee-deep in brackish water as dark as iodine, two stocky women, closely resembling each other and completely naked, have their backs turned to us. Their arms hang slack along their sides in a very relaxed pose that wraps their bones in unmoving shadow and highlights their mature, voluptuous buttocks,... continue reading
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
Judith Hopf’s “A Sudden Walk”

KAUFMANN REPETTO, Milan

View of Judith Hopf, "A Sudden Walk," kaufmann repetto, Milan, 2012.
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Barbara Casavecchia

Blame it on Pippi Longstocking and a 70s-style, girl-power upbringing, but as a kid I too dreamt of living alone with a clever white horse called Old Man whom I could lift up with a finger. I refused to take too seriously the circus of adults who pretended to have... continue reading

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