Mysteriöse Malerei – Ein Interview mit Sarah Buckner

Von Nelly Gawellek Die Ausstellung „chances are“ von Sarah Buckner ist eine kleine Entdeckung. Der rohe Atelier-Raum im Kölner Kunibertsviertel bildet ein perfektes Setting für die sensiblen und rätselhaft-anziehenden Gemälde der Düsseldorfer Malerin: zurückgezogen und intim und dabei gleichzeitig sich behauptend kreiert er die Atmosphäre,…

Daniel Rajcsanyi – time to say goodbye

Daniel Rajcsanyi intertwines sculpture, fashion design, DJ‘ing, performance, social media and private life to a vibrant composition of expression. In kunstbuero his new works where recently on display summarized under the title „time to say goodbye“. The show was curated by the vienna based artist…

Beatrice Marchi – Le Amiche

Pictures by OKNOstudio Casa Masaccio Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea has the privilege of presenting Le Amiche, the first solo exhibition by Beatrice Marchi (Gallarate, 1986) to be held in the setting of a museum. From the outset, Beatrice Marchi’s multifaceted, multidisciplinary and participatory practice has…

THE ARTIST CRISIS CENTER @ Gallery Low

Pictures by Līga Spunde Ieva Kraule-Kūna and Elīna Vītola (Normunds Brasliņš, Anna Ceipe, F5, Alexei Gordin, Andrejs Boriss Kalniņš, Flo Kasearu, Darja Meļņikova, Juris Pudāns, Ieva Putniņa, Kristīne Kursiša, Maija Kurševa, Klāvs Upacieris, Ojārs Pētersons, Līva Rutmane, Līga Spunde, Kristaps Zariņš, Amanda Ziemele) THE ARTIST…

Pakui Hardware – Underbelly

Pictures by MdbK Leipzig / Pakui Hardware Pakui Hardware, Underbelly, solo show at MdbK Leipzig, Germany, 2019 Underbelly is an entirely new immersive installation inspired by and developed for the luminous spaces of MdbK Leipzig. In it, the viewer enters a sort of an oversized…

Wieland Schönfelder – WHY ARE WE MAD ?

Pictures by Wieland Schönfelder for Berlin Art Prize 2019 Order incessantly disintegrates into chaos. The mind rebuilds structures from the ashes and re-establishes order, so that chaos becomes the cosmos. Then everything collapses again. This cycle is familiar, it’s how we experience time. The artificial…

Philip Poppek @ Ideal

Pictures by GRAYSC Person observing a bird in a tree extracts the telescope from the inner pocket of their jacket, picks up their notebook, focuses and notes something down. The plumage: feather coverage on the body in red; wing feathering in dark blue; flight feathers…

Bora Akinciturk – But first, Coffee!

Rolling up a €10 bill to snort a €5 line of yellow powder to feel more awake for 20 minutes Shaky hands pouring coffee into a mug with the phrase I hate Mondays inscribed on the side The shakes kinda aid in faster typing clackclackclack…

Alice Peragine – I Am Here to Protect You

Pictures by Helge Mundt In her solo exhibition “I Am Here to Protect You”, the German-American artist Alice Peragine, one of the winners of the 2020 Villa Romana fellowship, presents the fruits of her collaboration with the Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK)…

Édouard Nardon – Blue Pruno Blue

Pictures by Marco Vignati Édouard Nardon’s work is solidified through a process of ennobling personal allegories on the border between the ancestral and the imaginary. Through sculptures and paintings, he loads the matter with emotional meaning and apparent carelessness and, by allowing his work to…

Emily Jones @ Pina, Vienna

Pictures by Maximilian Anelli-Monti   Emily Jones All god’s children could be led astray the “twist” of the phrase comes from the counterposition of “hell,” the locus of absolute evil, with the fairly mundane (and mild by comparison) inconvenience of “high water.” Although the top…