“Kind of Blue”, Benoît Trimborn, Hugo Galerie, (29 May – 20 June 2021)

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HUGO GALERIE is pleased to present Kind of Blue, a solo exhibition of Benoît Trimborn’s paintings of our wondrous, natural world. Named for the Miles Davis album, Trimborn’s show shares more with the jazz masterpiece than a sublime mood; it is genre bending.

Trimborn may be internationally lauded as a painter, but he is in fact an equally talented, classical pianist—even treating attendees to an impromptu concert at his last opening reception

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“Sous le Ciel de Paris” Chizuru Morii Kaplan|Hugo Galerie | Solo Exhibition | Opening 24 April 2021

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HUGO GALERIE is pleased to present Sous le Ciel de Paris, a solo exhibition of the exquisitely articulated watercolors of Chizuru Morii Kaplan. Originally trained as an architect, Kaplan channels the profession’s zeal for precision and perspective into saturated renderings of worlds worth inhabiting.

Whereas architectural drawings typically propose hypothetical futures, Kaplan relishes the present and demonstrates the intense mystery and magic

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“JUXTAPOSITIONS: BULGARIA” Albert Hadjiganev and Christa Kirova, Hugo Galerie, (Continues through 18 April 2021)

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HUGO GALERIE is pleased to present Juxtapositions: Bulgaria, the first of the Juxtapositions series showing a pair of the gallery’s artists in order to more fully realize their similarities and differences of style, subject, and setting. This exhibition features Bulgarian-born artists Albert Hadjiganev and Christa Kirova.

Hadjiganev invites viewers into his expansive canvases of thickly layered paint where the brushstrokes and knife cuts are

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