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Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
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Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery
Josh Sperling / Perrotin gallery

Today, New York-based artist Josh Sperling is opening a new solo exhibition at Perrotin in Seoul, South Korea. Titled “Two Purple Tigers,” the exhibit displays a number of Sperling’s signature canvases, stretched into complex forms that play with dimension, color, and configuration.

In the gallery above, you can catch a glimpse of some of the major works on display. Each shaped canvas is crafted with layer upon layer of plywood, which the canvas is then stretched over before it’s painted. Ridges are left visible, lending texture and dimension to each piece.

Sperling’s geometric forms will be on display at Seoul’s Perrotin gallery from today, November 22 until December 30.

Will you be checking it out? Let us know in the comments.

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