Poe art in London

In anticipation of the bicentenary of Edgar Allan Poe’s birth (1809), White Cube’s exhibition “You Dig the Tunnel, I’ll Hide the Soil” explores the enduring legacy and cult status of the American writer. Wherever curator Harland Miller noticed a connection to an artist’s existing work, life or practice, he approached them to read the stories … read more… “Poe art in London”

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Doom, gloom, Hume

“Gary Hume: American Tan,” White Cube Mason’s Yard, London. Through Oct. 7. In The Guardian, Jonathan Jones pummels Hume’s latest exhibition at White Cube. “All good art thinks – it thinks visually – but Hume is no thinker. Here, he combines his familiar Picabia-lite figures with jokes about American abstraction so lame there must be … read more… “Doom, gloom, Hume”

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Gary Hume’s cheerleaders, angels, flowers and icons

“Gary Hume: American Tan,” White Cube Mason’s Yard, London. Through Oct. 7. “Gary Hume Prints: Angels, Flowers and Icons,” Hastings Art Museum and Gallery, East Sussex. Through Sept. 23. Dividing his time between studios in London and upstate New York, Hume’s new series of paintings and bronze sculptures at Mason’s Yard is informed by his … read more… “Gary Hume’s cheerleaders, angels, flowers and icons”

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