November 13–December 18, 2022
Sprüth Magers and Oōeli are delighted to announce a solo exhibition by Jon Rafman at B1ock Gallery in Hangzhou. These new quasi-anthropological works—ranging from algorithmically-generated paintings to video installations often incorporating internet-sourced images and narrative material—investigate digital technologies and the communities they create, focusing on the losses, longings and fantasies that shape our technology-infused lives today.
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November 2–December 23, 2022
Sprüth Magers is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new works by Louise Lawler at the gallery’s space in New York. This latest series of dye sublimation prints focuses on images of Jasper Johns’ iconic painting Three Flags (1958), taken earlier this year at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Lawler is a steadfast investigator of the making of pictures. Using long exposures, swift camera movements and cropping, Lawler creates abstract images of this well-known motif. Here, these analog techniques both manipulate the image and comment on both perception and the fast-paced flood of images that marks everyday life in the digital era.
Coinciding with this exhibition, Sprüth Magers is pleased to announce a solo presentation by Louise Lawler at ADAA in New York in November 2022.