Harold Ancart at C L E A R I N G

Harold Ancart’s horizon line is limitless. It extends through numerous paintings, photographs, sculptures, and drawings in an inexhaustible exploration of painterly space and color. Though Harold Ancart’s new paintings are gurative, they may also be among his most abstract. In his work, subject matter serves as an alibi for the paint to be pushed into

«Olivier Mosset» at VNH Gallery

VNH Gallery opened the solo exhibition of the Swiss artist Olivier Mosset, titled “Olivier Mosset” (9 May – 16 June 2018). Olivier Mosset has been rigorously pursuing his work over the deconstruction of painting for forty years now, which he started in the 1960s next to Daniel Buren, Michel Parmentier and Niele Toroni through their

«The surface of the works is very important, I think they exist and survive on a tactile level. They refer to the handmade & the remembrance that this is a painting.»

Jon Pilkington Copenhagen, Denmark.     Tell us about yourself? How did your work in art begin? I started to take art seriously around 17 when I was accepted onto a foundation course. I fucked up my A Levels which were in History, English Literature, Psychology, Sociology and Religious Studies. I realised early on that

Group exhibition «DIRTY VOYAGE»

City, this means streets, squares, bridges, house walls and garage walls. Urbanity, this signifies the expression of life in between, the trace of human activity and noise. Coming from the rough, painted wall in public space, the Urban Art Scene is strongly inspired by site-specific c work as well as the reaction to and the

«C’Est Sombre Vers Le Nord» the first solo exhibition by Richie Culver in Portugal

LEHMANN + SILVA presents «C’Est Sombre Vers Le Nord» the first solo exhibition by British artist Richie Culver(Withernsea, Yorkshire 1979) in Portugal. Richie’s work draws on many personal references, from his working-class roots in the North of England, to metropolitan living, as well as his own experience of the darker side of urban life, making humorous references to popular culture, contemporary

«Sometimes I also hate the finished work, but after it stays in the corner of my studio for a while and I look at it with fresh eyes, I´m like “Yeah, that’s interesting – I think I like it now.”»

Martin Lukáč Prague, Czech Republic.   Tell us a little about yourself, where did your work in the art world begin? I guess that it was a long time ago, probably when I was a child.  I first started to draw my favorite stuff – like Michael Jordan, Pokemon characters, Batman and Ronnie Coleman (my parents

Jana Schröder at Natalia Hug Gallery

Jana Schröder’s large-format paintings are developed through a performative practice between conscious composition and deliberate coincidence. Abstract images are accumulations of signs that refer to the artist’s personal gesture, unfolding into productive lives of their own. A constant theme is a line. Whether being a trace of a movement, a hasty doodle, or a script-