LEE BAE - CYCLICAL TRANSFORMATION & IMMERSIVE SPACES
MICHAEL WILLIAMS - BEYOND THE DOCTRINE OF PAINTING
DARKNESS VISIBLE _ A NEW PHOTOBOOK BY MANI NEJADA formal black & white study with stunning takes on urban landscapes and their structural qualities...
SCALE, COLOR, VOLUME - RECENT WORK BY BY ANISH KAPOOR
MICHAEL ARMITAGE- PARADISE EDICT AT HAUS DER KUNST
"AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY" DOCUMENTED BY MATT BLACK
The buildings of the Ghanaian-British architect are often developed in collaboration with artist friends, including the homes he designed
„Human Territoriality“ by Swiss photographer Roger Eberhard explores former borders, across the globe and throughout human history
„Memories of Wandering“ celebrates Korean artist Bae Bien-U who is renowned for creating meditative landscape photographs, which have an almost calligraphic quality about them.
The ‚Anthropocene‘ Project is a multidisciplinary body of work by Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky combining fine art photography, film
As a prominent member of the ‘Bright Young Things’ in London during the 1920s, Cecil Beaton was uniquely placed to photograph a generation
Eva Presenhuber Gallery, Zurich, presents a wonderful show featuring new works by American artist Sue Williams tracing her continued
For Ernest Hemingway, an American in Paris, Paris was “a moveable feast”. For Jean-Philippe Delhomme, a Frenchman in Los Angeles
James Turrell’s recent Constellation works, the focal point of this exhibition, are the culmination of Turrell’s lifelong pursuit.
Integrating both mechanical and analogue processes, Christopher Wool is back at Max Hetzler Gallery presenting new works on paper and
„Figures“ presents a series of new works on paper by Eric Fischl, currently on view at Skarstedt Gallery London. These works stage and reflect