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
Over the past three decades, photographer and filmmaker Shirin Neshat has produced some of the most arresting imagery in contemporary
Since painting was pronounced dead in the 1980s, a new generation of artists has been revitalising the expressive potential
New works by iconic glass artist Jeff Zimmerman are pushing the boundaries of a fragile, challenging and fascinating medium.
Although Per Kirkeby worked in many genres alongside painting, there is no doubt that he saw himself as a painter. He even accepted
Isabella Ducrot’s artistic career begins, in a way, with her being a passionate fabric collector. In fact, the artist has been collecting
Catherine McCormack, academic and expert in the field of maternal themes in art, curates a two-part exhibition exploring maternal experience
Ghent based artist Peter Buggenhout is considered one of Belgium’s most unique and radical sculptors. Two galleries – Axel Vervoordt in Wijnegem and
As we enter the third decade of the 21st century, photographic images have never been more ubiquitous, nor ephemeral and momentary. Lisa Oppenheim’s