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  • White Cube added Tokyo-based painter Minoru Nomata to its talent pool; Nomata’s debut solo show with the gallery will be held in Hong Kong in September.

  • Lehmann Maupin‘s roster in Asia now includes whimsical sculptor Tom Friedman (who continues to work with Luhring Augustine in New York and Stephen Friedman in London).

  • Buzzy Surrealist painter Jamian Juliano-Villani will launch her own East Village gallery, called O’Flaherty’s, on September 8, with plans to operate for one year only. The venture’s first show will be a solo number by Los Angeles mainstay Kim Dingle.

  • Hollis Taggart added the estate of female modernist Dusti Bongé, whose work will feature in the gallery’s Armory Show booth next month.
  • New York’s Fridman Gallery now reps figurative painter Sahana Ramakrishnan, whose solo bow at the space will take place in November 2022.

  • Denny Dimin now represents multidisciplinary artist Pamela Council.

  • Staying in Tribeca, Postmasters gallery will hire Danielle Polovets, a marketing and business-development exec at Phillips, to be its next director.

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