This exhibition of recent works by Elif Uras, a 37-year-old Ankara-born artist who divides her time between New York and Istanbul, featured eight large paintings and several works on paper, plus an extensive selection of ceramic pieces.
Situated off the beaten art track in Berlin-Kreuzberg, Gallery Laura Mars recently presented "Rock Hard," a solo exhibition of new works by the German artist Jan-Holger Mauss. In his 2004 show "B2B and Back Again" at the same venue, Mauss displayed works by other artists for which he posed in a women's bikini that he made from a pattern found on the Internet.
Carré d’Art—Musée d’art Contemporain de Nîmes
Paul McCarthy and Nayland Blake have used rabbits as male alter-egos, playing on an idea of the creatures as randy and guileless. For Valérie Favre, rabbits are decidedly female surrogates. Playboy bunnies on the loose, they strum guitars, dance in swimsuits, play leapfrog, ride a Harley, wield an artist's brush.
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Currently on view in the group show "Redux" at New York's Cristin Tierney Gallery (through Feb. 4) are two works by Joe Fig, both related to his 200