L'artiste Belgique Léo Luccioni adresse les questions contemporains dans les images de la consommation et des objets quotidiens. Son œuvre, plein de références art historiques, est également chargé de critique et de l'humeur. Le pomme du Paradis qui demande un second regard.
Rafael Domenech’s "Notations From Somewhere" is fun, playful and deeply poetic. Innovative and interesting both visually and with regard to subject, the exhibition – subtly, but distinctly – proposes different modes of existence, individually and as a community. An experience for body and thought!
Sam Cherof's work is evolution. His latest paintings are large-format, ungrounded canvasses in gesso-and-pigment technique. Focussing around the concept of approachability, these works highlight physical experience and a universal understanding. The artist's path and comments up until now.
Sim Chi Yin’s solo exhibition "One Day We’ll Understand" at Zilbermann Gallery, Berlin, addresses the 1948-60 guerrilla war in British Malaya. The artist combines research and artistic practice, a historical with a personal approach. A show to be visited – both with regard to esthetics and subject!
On looking at – seeing art.
Silvia Noronha’s practice combines material research and transformation. Focussing on geological and environmental subjects, her work investigates visual habits as well as time layers and the mutual informing of different materials.
Micheal-John Harper is a multi-media performance-artist. His work fuses word and movement, visual and theoretical aesthetics. In the interview, he comments on Instagram as artistic medium and the importance of language within his performances.
The question of “What art should be about” is misleading because it is not about contents or subjects. It is about effects, and feelings, and art’s distinguishing features in nowadays’ society and world.