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Last Thursday, the Chelsea crowd converged at Gagosian for a double header: a major new work by Takashi Murakami (a four-panel painting entitled "Picture of Fate: I Am But a Fisherman Who Angles In the Darkness of His Mind") and the first solo exhibition of Anselm Reyle, a Berlin artist fast on the rise. Reyle's show, "Monochrome Age," consists of shiny, lacquered monolithic sculptures that the fashionable guests enjoyed viewing (and viewing themselves in).

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Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni