• Art,  Blackqube

    ROSS BLECKNER – THE VIABILITY OF PAINTING

    Internationally acclaimed American artist Ross Bleckner offers insight into a body of work that has never been exhibited so far —not even in past retrospectives—and provides an intriguing and revealing debut look at his earliest years as a painter. Furthermore,…

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    A GLIMPSE OF TRANSCENDENCE – PAINTINGS BY ANNA CONWAY

    American Painter Anna Conway’s process of conceiving and fully realizing her paintings without preparatory studies is stunning and necessitates continual additions and erasures. The tracks and traces of meticulous revision are present in each work and render visible the same…

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    “MY OLD NEIGHBORHOOD” ERIC FISCHL AT SKARSTEDT GALLERY PARIS

    Eric Fischl “In My Old Neighborhood” inaugurates the new Paris premises of Skarstedt Gallery with a selection of recent large scale paintings. Fischl stages moments of human interactions set outdoors, on daylit sidewalks and front yards of suburban streets. One of…

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    CONTEMPORARY VANITAS – SCULPTURES BY PETER BUGGENHOUT

    Ghent based artist Peter Buggenhout is considered one of Belgium’s most unique and radical sculptors. The artist’s highly artificial creations are irresistibly fascinating for the beholder. The mere size and variety of the surfaces and materials is impressive and makes…

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    MARCO TIRELLI – ALLEGORICAL JOURNEYS BEYOND THE REAL

    Featuring over 150 works in an allegorical journey this exceptional show by Italian artist Marco Tirelli at Cardi Gallery London includes drawings, paintings, photographs, and small sculptures, many of which have been produced for the exhibition.....

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    PER KIRKEBY – PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURES AT THE LOUISIANA MUSEUM

    Although Per Kirkeby worked in many genres alongside painting, there is no doubt that he saw himself as a painter. He even accepted the term ‘painter-sculptor’ to characterize the kind of sculptural art that has a clear relationship with painting.…