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Antonio Santin 2022 Installation

Antonio Santín

This exhibition marks the 10th anniversary of Antonio Santín’s first solo show at the gallery. Building on his well-known work of traditional ornamental rug paintings, the Madrid based painter Antonio Santín continues to expand his artistic vocabulary. His masterful use of art historical painting...
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Paul Pretzer

MARC STRAUS is pleased to present Paul Pretzer’s fifth solo exhibition of new paintings with the gallery. This newest body of work is inhabited by new hybrid characters. Everyday objects and recognizable logos merge with animals. There is a wonderful tension between the familiar...
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Renée Stout Part II

MARC STRAUS is proud to present a reimagined and expanded version of our first solo exhibition with Washington D.C. based artist Renée Stout (b. 1958). New paintings, sculptures, and drawings will be displayed among a handful of works made over the past decade for...
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Anne Samat

Anne Samat (b. 1973, Malaysia), employs the South East Asian art of Pua Kumbu weaving, which she formally studied. She adds humble household goods from 99 cent stores to construct totemic wall sculptures. They are brightly colored and gorgeous works, heavily adorned with details,...
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Thomas Bangsted

MARC STRAUS is pleased to present our fourth solo exhibition of new works by Detroit based Danish photographer Thomas Bangsted. Bangsted has always set about to make images that initially seem impossible to capture. He accomplishes this in the end by spending as many...
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Renée Stout Part I

MARC STRAUS is proud to present our first solo exhibition with Washington D.C. based artist Renée Stout (b. 1958). The exhibition is a survey of paintings and sculptures from recent years. Stout’s inspirations are deeply rooted in her research of Hoodoo, Vodou, Santeria, and...
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Jong Oh

The Korean artist Jong Oh (b. 1981) creates minimal sculptures that respond to the given spatial situation. We are proud to present Jong Oh’s fifth solo exhibition at the gallery. With the use of simple materials Oh creates sublime sculptures. He considers each new...
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José Carlos Martinat Part II

Jose Carlos Martinat (b. 1974) lives and works in Lima, Peru. Martinat’s work is concerned with the social, cultural and political contexts of Latin America. He has a multidisciplinary practice that involves painting, sculpture, audio, appropriation and text. In his signature work Martinat sources...
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José Carlos Martinat Part I

Jose Carlos Martinat (b. 1974) lives and works in Lima, Peru. Martinat’s work is concerned with the social, cultural and political contexts of Latin America. He has a multidisciplinary practice that involves painting, sculpture, audio, appropriation and text. In his signature work Martinat sources...
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