Posts Tagged ‘sarah corona’

Anne Katrine Senstad: Light Writes Always in Plural

Berlin Art Link Feature Anne Senstad

Article by Sarah Corona – in New York; Tuesday, Apr. 08, 2014.

From Goethe to Octavio Paz, from James Turrell and Dan Flavin to Douglas Wheeler, they are all trying to get to one thing: light, in all its shapes and colours. Light as an object, as an architectural element. Light as a philosophical motto. Light as a…[read on…]

Exhibition // Daniele Davitti: Immaculate Decay

Daniele Davitti, Infelici stanze (Unhappy Rooms), 2013

Article by Sarah Corona – in Berlin; Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013.

As supermodels and fashion designers elbow their way to the top and high glamour swamps New York, and as spotlights illuminate the most beautiful and famous people of the world, a small gallery in Chelsea is showing an exceptional Italian artist who depicts our contemporary society and especially the fashion world from the other side of the coin…[read on…]