On Wednesday, April 24th, Fakewhale proudly presents “Remote Viewing”, a Fakewhale Solo Series release by Jesse Draxler. Shifting the focus from mere observation to a more immersive experience, this exhibition transcends traditional visual engagement through a voyeuristic lens. Embracing Draxler

“Lavinia” by Sydney Acosta, Sula Bermúdez-Silverman, Ann Craven, Chioma Ebinama, Hanna Hur, Paulina Peavy, Paul Thek, at Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, March 30 – May 4, 2024. “We are all contingent. Resentment is foolish and ungenerous, and even anger is inadequate. I am

Introducing Léo Fourdrinier Born in 1992, lives and works in Toulon. Visit Artist Website Fakewhale: How would you describe the journey that led you to develop your unique artistic style, particularly in the context of contemporary art? Before moving on to visual art and sculpture, I trained in the

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