Venice, Diaries, Episode VIII: 'LLIM. An organism' by Lara Fluxà presented at Catalonia in Venice tells the stories of the Venice waters, its glass, of alchemy, Modernity, capitalism, and an exhibition. The installation is a reflective environment, activating and meditative at the same time.
Venice Diaries, Episode VII: Ha Chong-Hyun’s paintings need not much description; they need to be seen. His works are an expression of doing it differently, of surpassing the basic strands of art history. A study of material as well as of technique.
Once more, Galerie Thomas Schulte transforms its gallery space through two impressive installations. And presents a simple understanding of beauty.
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 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
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.
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.