Article by A.H. McGavin – in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2015.
For much of his career, German ZERO artist Adolf Luther worked to depict light free of material constraints. Luther succeeded to some degree with painting, his first medium of choice; his abstract canvases were free of perspective or clear subject matter, but were not completely communicative of light’s…[read on…]
Article by A.H. McGavin – in Berlin; Monday, Mar. 16, 2015.
Fault Zone, BQ’s latest exhibition featuring work by American-born photographer Owen Gump, consists of a series of black and white photographs taken in the San Fernando Valley, just outside of Los Angeles. …[read on…]
Article by A.H. McGavin – in Berlin; Friday, Mar. 13, 2015.
When curator Masha Mergenthaler-Shamsaei founded the Young Persian Artists collective in 2014, the Iranian contemporary art scene was booming. The global art market couldn’t — and still can’t — seem to satiate its hunger for contemporary Middle Eastern art. …[read on…]