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Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
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Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery
Jean Jullien / Arsham/Fieg Gallery

KITH’s Arsham/Fieg Gallery is home to French artist’s Jean Jullien‘s latest work. Playing with scale and perception, the images of the exhibition show a host of Jullien characters admiring a series of pastoral paintings.

On first look, it appears as if Jullien’s figures are life-sized, especially when they’re joined by co-curators Daniel Arsham and Ronnie Fieg. However, in reality — and its almost impossible to discern from the images alone — the entire exhibition is miniaturized, and the figures of Arsham and Fieg are actually hyperrealistic sculptures.

In fact, the sculptures are a permanent feature of the Arsham/Fieg Gallery, which has held miniature exhibitions of So Youn Lee, Evren Erol, and Paul Gagner.

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My new show GIB opens today at @arshamfieggallery !

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“Gib” is on show at the Arsham/Fieg Gallery until November 18.

Arsham/Fieg Gallery
337 Lafayette St.
New York, NY 10012

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