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Jacolby Satterwhite. En Plein Air: Abduction III, 2014. C-print in artist’s frame; 84 x 60 x 3 inches.

Jacolby Satterwhite dances in the cosmos
Continuing to find inspiration in his mother’s sketches, Jacolby Satterwhite has created a new virtual world, “a macrocosmos,” where her work merges with his multimedia practice. How Lovely Is Me Being As I Am opens November 15 at OHWOW (Los Angeles, CA).

Carrie Mae Weems is solo in the UK
Carrie Mae Weems’s first solo exhibition in a commercial UK gallery is on view at Pippy Houldsworth (London). Photographs from the Kitchen Table, Slave Coast, and Roaming series are shown alongside the artist’s books and films. Closes November 15.

John Baldessari brings art to movies
New collages by John Baldessari are on view in his solo show Movie Scripts/Art 2014 at Marian Goodman Gallery (New York, NY). “The idea was to take fine art and put it into the location of the movie scripts,” says the artist. “The script itself is collage…” Closes November 22.

Tommy Hartung gets biblical
Tommy Hartung’s animated sci-fi docudrama The Bible is on view at On Stellar Rays (New York, NY). Hartung investigates his own experiences with evangelicalism while exploring historical record and broader cultural references. Closes November 30.

Paul McCarthy delivers chocolate
On the occasion of its reopening, Monnaie de Paris—a cultural space and active minting facility in France—has installed a fully operational chocolate factory by Paul McCarthy.

Ai Weiwei paints and shoots
Models for V Magazine were doused with paint during a shoot with Ai Weiwei. “I don’t know if it’s sad or positive that he decided to do the project this way,” Los Angeles-based designer Shaun Samson told The Washington Post. “But the outcome is beautiful.”

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