Our favourite art world images from the week
Sarah Oppenheimer, an architectural manipulator creates apertures and extensions in buildings or walls, modifying familiar spaces with dramatic and disorientating interventions. It's on view to 21 October 2017 at Annely Juda Fine Art.
Craft beer is changing the British beer market with a colourful aesthetic flair. “We wanted to see if, removed from the bottle and put in a frame, the artwork would stand alone,” says Becky Palfery, the co-owner of the Leeds bookshop Colours May Vary.
At Massimo De Carlo’s London Gallery, the current exhibition DNA: Sepia, the exhibition presents the “DNA” series which the Chicago-based, Mississippi-born artist began in 2013 on view until September 26, 2017.
Willian Gedney’s photo book Only the Lonely which caught young Americans’ lives in I1955-1984 is published by University of Texas Press and a retrospective of his work is at the Pavilion Populaire, Montpellier, France until 17 September.
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