„THE SWIRL“ – FEATURING THE WORK OF MANI NEJAD

Berlin and London based artist Mani Nejad has been developing his Brain Blitz series over a period


DARREN ALMOND – CATCHING THE MOMENT WITH „FULL MOON“

Darren Almond stands out for his diverse practice incorporating film, installation, sculpture and photography with evocative [more ..]

VINCENZO DE COTIIS – THE POWER OF MATERIALITY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Carpenters Workshop presents „Eternel“, a new body of work by Vincenzo De Cotiis, introduced at the Paris premises of the gallery [read more ..]

ZAHA HADID „A VISUAL LANGUAGE THAT REFLECTS & RECONCILES“

The Sleuk Rith Institute, a new institution and genocide memorial in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh, brings together a museum, research centre [more..]

NENDO – DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE WITH A PLAYFUL TWIST

Nendo Design Practice has been founded by Oki Sato, born in 1977 in Toronto, Canada, who actually studied architecture [more ..]

„THE FROZEN WAVE“ BLACKQUBE FEATURES MARC QUINN’S SCULPTURES

Best known for his giant sculptures of polished stainless steal Marc Quinn’s impressive works dominate every space alotted to them [more..]

LEONOR ANTUNES _ FLOATING CHOREOGRAPHIES OF MOVEMENT

Patterns, structures and the choreography of movement – these are some of the key features of Leonor Antunes‘ body of work [more..]

DAVID ADJAYE „BUILDINGS CONCEIVED AS EMOTIVE STRUCTURES“

The buildings of the Ghanaian-British architect are often developed in collaboration with artist friends, including the homes he designed [more ..]

ALL THE RIGHT ANGLES _ RANA BEGUM FEATURED

The work of Rana Begum – especially her sculptures and wall pieces – evoke the vocabulary of classic modernism: [more ..]

„DARKNESS VISIBLE“ A PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY BY MANI NEJAD

Darkness Visible is a visual journey through urban landscapes portraying their structural and formal qualities. Conceived as a [read more ..]

BRASSAI RETROSPECTIVE AT FOAM AMSTERDAM

Brassaï (1899- 1984) created countless iconic images of 1930s Parisian life. He was famous for capturing the grittier [read more ..]