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There is an undeniable botanical bent to New York-based Simone Shubuck’s solo show “Do You Like Old Things, Or New Things That Look Old?” at Taylor De Cordoba’s Culver City gallery, from the bouquet-like composition of Believe It, with its gumball spectrum of illustrated paint blobs, to her new Phillip Guston-indebted self-portrait, complete with bloom-shaped thought bubbles. “I work from an unconscious place, and they just seep in,” the artist explains of her fantastical abstracts. It’s no wonder—Shubuck, who has shown at such notable institutions as MoMa, and is collected by the likes of Mario Testino and Amanda Peet—has also been arranging flowers on the side since 1998.

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