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Marlborough Gallery now represents Le’Andra LeSeur
Marlborough Gallery, which has offices in New York and London, will now represent the New Jersey-based multidisciplinary artist Le’Andra LeSeur. Working through various mediums, including video, installation, photography, painting, and performance, LeSeur’s practice examines topics related to blackness, homosexuality, and femininity.

Blum & Poe now represents Anna Park
Blum & Poe announced that they have added a South Korean-born, Brooklyn-based artist Anna Park to his list. Park produces charcoal drawings that draw on traditions of abstraction and figuration. Park’s first solo exhibition with the dealer opened in Tokyo last September. A solo presentation dedicated to his work is set to open in the gallery space in Los Angeles in 2022.

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