Katerina Belkina propels the characteristics of the Neo-Renaissance into the centre of topical issues.
In May the Direktorenhaus, as the representative of the German manufactory work, will make a guest appearance at the imposing Grand Palais in Paris.
Goolsby’s work is a free flowing balance between variations in art constructing and can never be categorizes into one style.
With a primary focus on still life painting, Gray regularly uses historical tropes and frameworks as a point of departure for simultaneous bodies of work.
Die großflächigen Ölgemälde von Alex Gross beziehen sich auf moderne Invasionen des privaten Raums.
At first impression, Mark Bryan’s surreal and whimsical work seems just for fun but usually contains underlying symbolic comment about life in these times and human nature in general.
The paintings of Essam Maroufs aim to unite Amsterdam and Kairo.
Chantal van Houtens figurative paintings allow the observer to relive ones own emotions.
Reid creates emotionally charged works that confront the viewer with their primal, abstract imagery and sumptuous colour.
Adrian Kay Wong’s paintings offer intimate depictions of adolescence, balancing his own sentimentalities that settle between nostalgia and estrangement.
The Handmade-Worldtour is warmly welcoming to Tianjin.
Moved by her love for impressionism and nature, Carolina’s work grows in productivity and size, as she goes into a deep exploration in the use of papers as painting.
Céline Lachkars works invites you to listen to your own inner, glowing vibration.
As a response to Neruda’s romantic prose, Dineen makes lyrical paintings depicting themes of secrecy, love, and darkness.
In a world now saturated with the “Hi-Tech”, Ferris McGuinty’s work instead subverts this approach, and calls upon the use of humble materials like stone, wire or wood.
Melissa Loop uses her travels as a subject to explore notions of how we form assumptions about authenticity, place, and spirituality through our explorations and ill-informed ideas of other cultures.
Olmo Amatos works are photographic reminiscence of a past Europe.
As a child, Mullen was fascinated by constructed space. This fascination, in combination with Lego, became the playground for his imagination.
Design isn´t self-contained materiality – it is cosmos.
Ryan Coleman’s work intertwines elements of animation imagery with abstract expressionist painting.
Oswalt seeks to juxtapose spontaneity with restraint, dynamic with static, until reaching a harmonious form, largely worked over, yet clear in its intention to never show it.
Apart from finding and photographing the right moments and places Michel Lamoller is challenged by the right balance in ‘melting’ the figures with the environment, to make it subtle and intense at the same time.
Opheim navigates the unruly thicket of themes blending childhood with adulthood – concepts that we ordinarily prefer to keep separate – to unsettling effects.
Alison Blickle paints sensual, wild women as her own fearless alter-ego.
The work of Kozlovsky and Marina Sharapova is characterized by a remarkable fusion of seemingly discordant elements.