• PHOTOGRAPHY

    SEYDOU KEITA – THE QUEST FOR HUMAN BEAUTY

    In the 1950s and 60s, a colourful collection of inhabitants of Bamako, capital of Mali, posed for Seydou Keïta, one of Africa’s most renowned photographer. People visited Keïta’s studio to have their picture taken at their best: wearing extravagant dresses…

  • PHOTOGRAPHY

    SAMUEL FOSSO – A Master of Photo-Performance

    Samuel Fosso has become a leading figure on the contemporary art scene, and has frequently been invited to show his work internationally in such renowned institutions such as Tate Modern in London, the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, and the…

  • Art

    Emma Webster

    Emma Webster’s eerie compositions are invitations to travel beyond traditional vistas and into seductively hybrid environments that metabolize, materialize, and alchemize. Rendered in oil paint, her landscapes are simultaneously imaginary and familiar, gravity-defying yet abiding an internal order. To arrive…

  • Art

    SUE WILLIAMS

    Since beginning her career in the 1980’s, Williams’ oeuvre can be defined, in part, by its transition from boldly narrative and satirical, cartoon-like paintings exploring themes of feminism, violence, and inequality, to all-over compositions of brightly colored semi-abstractions, retaining the…

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    ALBERT OEHLEN – BREAKING THE RULES OF PAINTING

    Albert Oehlen uses abstract, figurative, and collaged elements—often applying self-imposed formal constraints—to disrupt the histories and conventions of modern painting while acknowledging the continuing significance of classical art. Approaching his practice as a perceptual challenge, he moves freely between planned…