Hebru Brantley Announces New "Then There Were Two" Exhibition

A wavvy preview by the visual artist.

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Following Hebru Brantley‘s collection with BAPE back in June, the Chicago-based artist has just announced his upcoming solo show. Shared via an Instagram post, the teaser features his theme of waves —  something we haven’t seen since his earlier works. The exhibition, titled “Then There Were Two” is set to take place at Galerie Des Bains in Geneva, Switzerland. The show will open on September 13, and will run until November 9. Make sure to check out the show, which will reportedly feature a surprise for attendees.

In other art news, Ryan McGinness is set to showcase his “Warhol Flower Icons” solo exhibition at NANZUKA.

Galerie Des Bains
Rue des Bains 22, 1205 Genève,
Switzerland

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