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The studio is very small. There’s a shelf with Styrofoam models of works in progress, a large plywood sculpture, and a big desk by the door. Add two chairs and that’s it – you’ve used up all the square footage of this tiny room in Brooklyn. “I like it because I want to reach a level of density in this space. I think that’s what I am going for in the show,” says Ohad Meromi, referring to his solo exhibition at Miami’s Gallery Diet, which opens November 30..

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