Artist Run is pleased to present the first exhibition of sculptural works by co-founder Michael Wall. Central to the show is the relationship between contemporary society and its principal ubiquitous creation. ‘Plastic’ is the first showcase of works presented by Wall that introduces the use of plastic bags as a material. With the technical assistance
Maltes inspiration often begins with a memory, a place or a snapshot. Disguising the personal references, he uses his own set of codes made up of personal symbols, signs and lyrics to then again decode them through different layers applied on to the canvas. Rather than implementing his own story through known codes, he educes
Patrick De Brock Gallery have recently presented the exhibition of new works by Ethan Cook. We are happy to share some photos of it with you.
Acrylics and Spray-paint, painted and sprayed, representational but abstract, Marco Pariani‘s works on canvas are complex, encapsulating and challenging. Pariani who studied at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera, Milan has an exceptional sense of paint, colours, gestures and structures. In Pet Stroller Pariani’s debut solo-show in Germany, he has chosen several paintings, which
Gerhard Hofland is proud to present Porzellan und Vulkan, the first solo-exhibition by German artist Jens Einhorn (1980, Leisnig, DE) in the Netherlands. The work of Jens Einhorn originates in opposition. Born in the former DDR, Einhorn became obsessed with the transformation of the urban landscape of East-Germany (and East-Berlin in particular) in the early
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
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
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
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
In the exhibition «I mean, if it’s real, where’s the crease?» at Bistro 21, Fredrik Åkum exhibits new works that investigate repetitions within the painting and an abstract approach to the copying machine. I mean, if it’s real, where’s the crease? is Åkum’s first solo exhibition in Leipzig. Fredrik Åkum’s artistry has its foundation in
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-
On May 4 Gallery Jacob Bjørn presented a group show of such artists: Graham Collins, Wolfgang Voegele, Maiken Bent, Ted Gahl, Francesca Capone, Humberto Poblete-Bustamante.