• Art,  Blackqube

    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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    FIGURE, OBJECT & LANDSCAPE – ICONIC SCULPTURE BY TONY CRAGG

    “In No Time” features a wide selection of recent sculptural work by British Artist Tony Cragg – presented at Tucci Russo Gallery, Torino, Italy. Cragg’s art focuses on the multiple relationships existing between human beings and their environment. Protagonist of…

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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.…

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    OTTO BOLL – LINES DRAWN IN THE AIR

    Otto Boll is an artist who operates from an expressly minimalist sensibility. His works are acutely reduced forms of steel that hover in space, almost cutting through it ...

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    SHOWCASE – MONIKA SOSNOWSKA

    Monika Sosnowska is known for her often site-specific architectural installations created by appropriating construction material to create impactful and elegant sculptures that comment on the post-war architecture of her native Poland. In a dynamic approach to materiality the artist manipulates…

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    NATURAL TEXTURE – DAVID NASH SCULTURES

    David Nash has been in a constant dialogue with trees for more than 50 years, not only those of his home region of North Wales, but also the trees of Japan, California, Portugal, and more. As sculptor he does not…

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    THE EPHEMEAL – ANN VERONICA JANSSENS

    By using different means of presentation – installations, projections, immersive environments, mist rooms, urban interventions, sculptures – Janssens invites the viewer to cross into a new sensory space ....