Fragmented limbs and hysterical women, candy on canvas, but with substance. Matisse, marks, and Loriot: David Salle conceiving perfect paintings.
Christian Marclay's exhibition at the Centre Pompidou exhibition is a voyage into film and music history as it is into a very particular artistic mind. Conceptual, graphic, sensual, the works explore the edge(ine)ss of the relation between music and visual art.
Ad Minoliti's art explores alternative world approaches. Their practice fuses political activism and modernist critique, painting and puppets, gender-theory and wellbeing awareness. Multi-sensual and multi-color, their works and installations create unfamiliar experiences and offer new perspectives. Playing allowed!
„When the words are Vodka clear Forgetfulness has brought us near." – Happy New Year to all!
How to arrive at such a reduced language? Yet so intense. Mona Hatoum investigates geo- and sociopolitical conditions and conflicts, Her retrospective at three Berlin institutions presents her varied and poetic oeuvre.
Giuseppe Penone has donated 328 works on paper to the collection of the Centre Pompidou. The works show the development of the artist’s ideas, led by the hand, and a feeling for his subject: nature. A life-long experiment, outwards to the material and inwards to the body.
The Whistlegraph trio was founded in 2020 in Ashland, Oregon. "The Longest Whistlegraph Ever (so far)" presents a synthesis of beat, tone, and line – experimental performance at its perfection.
Darkness, death, luxury, and light. Skulls, pomegranates, skeletons, ad lobsters: Miquel Barceló offers a new interpretation of the still life. Images between ecstasy and decay.
Humorous, perverse, and esthetic: Performance artist Leila Hekmat discusses her exhibition at Haus am Waldsee, previous works, her iconography, and inspiration.
Born in Australia with Egyptian descent, the cultures seem to fuse in Justin Williams’ paintings: Oranges and snakes, pipes and water pipes, jeans and morning gowns, flowers and fish. Gaugin with an Egyptian touch. Matisse’s paper-cuts in acrylic – iconography and invention.