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View of Martine Syms's "The Easy Demands," Sadie Coles HQ, London, 2017.
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Morgan Quaintance

What’s to be gained from aestheticizing resistance, from reducing political protest and its violent and repressive fallout to a highly stylized image? This is the final question raised by Martine Syms’s second solo show in London, a tastefully oblique, risk-free display that simultaneously draws on and hollows out the recent... continue reading
Angus Fairhurst at Sadie Coles HQ, London
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Karen Archey

Beyond the overwhelming personal tragedy, one of the many unfortunate consequences of suicide is that a life's work is often mitigated through the lens of it. For Angus Fairhurst's first gallery exhibition since his 2008 suicide, it is at once impossible to elide this tragedy yet simultaneously a disservice to let the artist's death supersede his work's autonomy. Curated and installed by artists Rebecca Warren and Urs Fischer at Sadie Coles HQ in London, the exhibition... continue reading

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