March 20th, 2016

Week in Review: March 20, 2016

Mark Leckey at Daniel Buchholz

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This week’s featured exhibitions:

Julien Ceccaldi at Jenny’s

Marieta Chirulescu at Fonti

Juan Pablo Plazas, Marianne Berenhaut at Bureau des Réalités

Rodrigo Hernandez at Kurimanzutto

Julian Göthe at Daniel Buchholz

Allison Katz at Gio Marconi

“Photo Waste” at Cabinet

Joan Jonas at Sant’Andrea De Scaphis

Mark Leckey at Daniel Buchholz

Joseph Grigely at Francesca Pia

Nairy Baghramian at Museo Tamayo

“The Chagos Embassy” at Embajada

Have an excellent week.

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