Berlin and London based artist Mani Nejad has been developing his Brain Blitz series over a period of several years.
Jim Shaw is widely known for the outlandish narratives and sharp wit with which he brings his dystopian, albeit eerily
„Twisting and Turning“ marks the first European exhibition of Chinese artist Tu Hongtao at Lévy Gorvy, London – following the gallery’s earlier career survey of the artist in Hong Kong.
Based between South Africa and the Netherlands, Neo Matloga describes his creative process as straddling choreography, conducting
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
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
Originally a photography student, it was fifteen years ago that Cinga Samson began to pursue fine art painting. This medium shift was inspired
Since painting was pronounced dead in the 1980s, a new generation of artists has been revitalising the expressive potential