Venice Diaries, Episode VI: Francesca Leone’s installation 'Take Your Time' presents giant flowers, fragile stalagmites, solid paper. Take your time – to reflect and enjoy.
Venice Diaries, Episode V: Pure gesture in paper, clay, and bronze. The exhibition 'Joseph Beuys. Fine-limbed' presents early work on paper and sculptures by the artist. Fragile and essential, prehistoric and modern. Fine-limbed.
Venice Diaries, Episode IV: Painting as sculpture as work in paper. Chung Kwang Young's art works recall prehistoric rocks, extra-terrestrial objects, and dinosaurs, wrapped in a contemporary fashion. Hanji for healing!
Venice Diaries, Episode III: As much as a retrospective, the exhibition 'Ewa Kuryluk. I, White Kangaroo' is an intellectual interrogation, artistic investigation, art historical puzzle piece, and an affirmation to play.
Venice Diaries, Episode II: Devotional images meet contemporary painting, sculpture, film, collage, and Venetian chandeliers. Claire Tabouret's exhibition 'I am spacious, singing flesh' is a must-see for both its art and curation.
The Venice Diaries present projects around the 59th Venice Biennale 2022. Episode I: Figures like ghosts, painting like drugs: Marlene Dumas’ monographic exhibition 'open-end' at Palazzo Grassi in Venice. An incomplete Review
Allan McCollum's Constructed and Bleach Paintings are wall structures out of canvas and adhesive. They carry meditation and war, history and the Now. A guide to geometric versatility.
Erica Baum's works form a junction between photography, abstraction, poetry, and word art. Her exhibition "the bite in the ribbon" gives an intimate view into the artist's practice.
On Easter occasion: A contemporary interpretation of Passion Iconography.
On Julian Schnabel's Crimson Paintings shown at Galerie Max Hetzler in 2021.