Article by Lucia Longhi // Dec. 13, 2018
It is often said that cars are prostheses of humans, their performative qualities enabling the extension of natural features. Less often we realize that cars, too, can be prostheses of the landscape,…[read on]
Article by Mitch Speed in Berlin // Dec. 29, 2017
The desire to become a machine belongs to a deceptively proud artistic tradition. Often helpful, machines are also agents of alienation; they usurp our jobs, manipulate our desires, direct our social…[read on]
Interview by Penny Rafferty, Photos by Ériver Hijano – in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 15, 2016.
At every opening held at Sexauer
gallery you hear a whispered or hushed question: “Have you seen the salon?” of the Regardless of the answer, an enthusiastic exaltation of the space follows. The home is..[read on…]
Article by Henry Andersen // Jan. 12, 2015
What spirit possesses the objects in Philippe Parreno’s exhibition ‘Quasi Objects’ at Esther Schipper Gallery, so that they seem to move about of their own volition? Is it the spirit of poetry or that of philosophy…[read on]
Article by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Tuesday, Jul. 01, 2014.
It’s difficult to think of something to say about Art Basel
that hasn’t been said before. It’s the behemoth of all art fairs; collectors flock worldwide to purchase artworks in the seven and eight-figure range; it’s where art-market players go to be seen (and if they are truly important, only seen by other VIPS at the preview days). Oh yes, there is also plenty of art too…[read on…]
Article by Kimberley Brown – in London; Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013.
Racy imagery, tongue-in-cheek euphemisms, feminist interpretations and breath-taking sexualistion of everyday objects in Lucas’ work, is all brought together in a stunning retrospective of her entire collection, enabling “Situation
” to bring something to the table for every visitor…[read on…]
Blog Entry by Clare Ros– in Berlin; Friday, May 27, 2011.
An Art Newspaper
is pleased to announce the release of its special limited edition DECADE
issue giving an extensive look back at The Noughties
. One thousand copies only, this special 56-page signed double issue brings to our readers an anthological survey of An Art Newspaper’s greatest hits and liveliest scripts that made the last 10 years what it was.
Article by Elizabeth Feder // Feb. 05, 2011
The premise is whimsical: a city transforms itself (its time, its motion, its color, its sound) into an open, exploratory ground. On January 29, Berlin hosted its 28th Lange Nacht der Museen, entitled “Body Meets…[read on]