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An Opportunity to Exhale.

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Painter, Jeremy Geddes, along with another Aussie artist by the name of  Ashley Wood, will have their debut solo shows in the U.S. at Chealsea’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery this weekend. Said to explore the “fragility of the human body,” Geddes’ “Exhale” will be a great opportunity to see the artist’s work up close. We are particularly fans of Geddes who is known for his hyperrealistic style and explosive emotion. “Exhale” is set to debut on October 20th, as will Wood’s “Machine Sabbath”, and both will run until November 17th.

“A Perfect Vaccum”. (Courtesy of Jeremy Geddes.)

“Begin Again”. (Courtesy of Jeremy Geddes.)

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