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Jim Shaw The Master Mason, 2020 Acrylic on muslin

Jim Shaw Hope Against Hope

An exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Jim Shaw is his first at Simon Lee Gallery London since 2016. As the United States prepares for its upcoming Presidential election, Shaw is more analytical and daring than ever before in his satirical depictions and social commentary.

Mel Bochner, Plain as the Nose on Your Face

Lockdowns have been in place long enough by now that galleries have had time to home their digital content beyond simply putting up what would have been in the gallery. Simon Lee’s Mel Bochner viewing room, for example, gives us various texts, a film and a discussion with the New York based artist which, alongside the images, provides a comprehensive overview of his practice (to 17th May)

GOSEE: Toby Ziegler The Cripples at Q Park 3-9 Old Burlington Street

Finding inspiration from repeatedly reproduced images sourced from the Internet, Ziegler’s works renegotiate one’s relationship with the imagery that constantly inundates us. His paintings and sculptures trace an analogy between erosion and reinvention, fragmentation and the whole, confronting the idea of memory in an age of digital technology, as well as – what the artist considers – the creative process of looking.

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