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Education: Institut du Marais–Charlemagne Pollès; currently at Studio Pygmalion acting school in Paris. Can be found at: Front row at the Giambattista Valli show. Quote: “These days I don’t think it matters who you are. Future plans: “I’d like to own my own sort of shop.” GABRIELECORTO MOLTEDO Born: July 5, 1977, in New York City.

Quote: “I would love to have children with the guy I love and then many, many, many years later get married to him. Education: Le Rosey, École Active Bilingue Jeannine Manuel in Paris, Parsons School of Design. Maybe a long time ago people paid more attention to names. People who don’t work hard don’t get very far.” LADY ELOISE ANSON Born: April 18, 1981, in London. Heritage: In 1962 in Vicenza, his parents, Laura and Vittorio Moltedo, founded Bottega Veneta, which was acquired by the Gucci Group in 2001 for an estimated 6 million.

Taking place in and around Gstaad from January 27 through March 8, the show—produced by the art patron Maja Hoffmann’s LUMA Foundation—will include exclusively Swiss artists, among them Christian Marclay, Ugo Rondinone, Thomas Hirschhorn, and Urs Fischer, many of whom live abroad.

“There’s been a lot of talk recently about globalism and the idea of transnational art that is dispersed across practices and boundaries,” Wakefield notes.

This will be the first time their work is considered together in a two person exhibition. Opening: “Alec Soth: Songbook” at Sean Kelly Assuming the role of a small town newspaper reporter, photographer Alec Soth travelled cross country capturing images of public meetings, festivals, and celebrations. Soth will display 25 photographs from his travels, stripped of their fictional news context, in an attempt to “highlight the longing for personal connection at their root,” according to the gallery’s press release. Opening: 2015 Eyebeam Annual Showcase Every year, Eyebeam looks back at the technology-based art and projects created through its residency and fellowship programs. Opening: “Nancy Graves” at Mitchell-Innes & Nash Since announcing its representation of the estate of Nancy Graves at Frieze New York last year, Mitchell-Innes & Nash has shown just one exhibition of her work. Now she has her own solo show, her first in the states, at Gladstone Gallery, and it will feature wood sculptures on custom plinths.

This is only the beginning of Scarry’s nomadic existence, but we’ll get back to that. It’s a bit of a shock to learn that her preferred artistic materials are mainly heavy industrial matter—cables, motors, mirrors, and fluorescent lights (the last of which she used to illuminate a human form under a white sheet for a piece entitled at last summer’s Venice Biennale).

She began high school in Manhattan, at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, an uptown girls’ school known for graduating a full spectrum of boldfaced blondes, from the Hilton sisters to Lady Gaga.

But midway through high school, Scarry’s family moved again, this time back to Switzerland, where she attended boarding school.

That sounds perfect, really, but I guess we’ll have to wait until Thursday now. F Gagosian Gallery, 821 Park Avenue, New York, 6-8 p.m.

Opening: “Body and Matter: The Art of Kazuo Shiraga and Satoru Hoshino” at Dominique Levy Gallery Dominique Levy will position 23 paintings by Gutai artist Kazuo Shiraga next to nine artworks completed in the 1990s by Satoru Hoshino, a member of the postwar Japanese ceramics group Sodeisha. Dominique Levy Gallery, 909 Madison Avenue, New York, 6-8 p.m. Sean Kelly Gallery, 475 10th Avenue, New York, 6-8 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28 Opening: “Claudia Comte: NO MELON NO LEMON” at Gladstone Gallery Claudia Comte first gained some notoriety when Neville Wakefield and his then-girlfriend Olympia Scarry deigned her worthy of inclusion in their manic group show installed in the hallowed slopes of Gstaad, Switzerland, the ultimate chalet-dotted spot for jetsetting billionaire ski bums.

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