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Kylie Manning’s first solo exhibition with anonymous gallery, “Zweisamkeit – Being In Two is No More Than Double Solitude” features four large-scale oil paintings made through the course of the pandemic.
May 7, 2021 - June 12, 2021
Kylie Manning’s first solo exhibition with anonymous gallery, “Zweisamkeit – Being In Two is No More Than Double Solitude” features four large-scale oil paintings made through the course of the pandemic. The show open through June 12—titled the German word for “togetherness”—displays Manning’s mystically romantic style, which has laid the groundwork to explore themes, like solitude and camaraderie, familiar for many of us after a time of social isolation.
Leaving us with thoughts of both intimacy and abandonment, viewers can expect to find on view works like the cool-toned Vorfreude – awaiting pleasure is itself a pleasure, the titular Zweisamkeit – being in two is no more than doubled solitude, and a gathering of figures coupled, carrying one another, Piggy.
On view through September 27 at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, “Off the Record” is a group exhibition challenging mainstream documentation.
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