Lane Walkup

Lane Walkup is a sculptural artist based in Brooklyn, NY who uses steel and paint.




Onishi Yasuaki - vertical emptiness

Onishi Yasuaki uses tree branches, hot glue, and urea for his installation. He uses the glue to connect our ground to an imaginary world. Crystalized urea appears on thin glue lines and in the tree branches. This installation is presently exhibited at the Kyoto Art Center. Music by Suzuki Ryosuke,Kurachi Martha / kurachino Produced by Murayama Kanako




Filip Custic en BIBLI




Vivien Zhang: Mixing it Up

Vivien Zhang was born in Beijing in 1990, and now lives and works in London, via time in Thailand and Kenya. Her experience of living in different countries often influences her work.




ZIMMERMANN Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear, NATURA

First Look: Introducing our Spring 2024 RTW collection, NATURA, presented at #ParisFashionWeek. “For Spring 2024, we were inspired by the simple beauty of nature through various art forms. For key collection prints, we were drawn to the lovely, unexpected colour combinations of abstract landscape colourists and mixed these with the more scientific mood of classic botanist art against clean white backdrops. We also explored the visual symmetry that is found in nature and looked to 3D naturalist sculptures for inspiration in creating detail, shape and movement. The collection direction is clean and fresh, with a strong expression of colour, sculptural silhouettes and a variety of textures. All taking their cues from expressions of our natural surroundings.” - Nicky Zimmermann, Creative Director. With thanks to: Set Creative Direction: Michelle Jank Stylist: Romy Frydman Runway Content Capture: Titre Provisoire Runway Stills Photographer: Paolo Caponetto Backstage Stills Photographer: Charles Dennington Backstage Set Videographer: Anthony Goujjane Backstage Roaming: Morgan O'Donovan, Virgile Guinard, Jonathan Bookallil, Sonny Vandevelde Art Direction: Smile Agency - Emil Vrisakis Music Composer: Mimi Xu Production: OBO Casting: The Establishment - Anita Bitton Hair Director: Damien Boissinot Make Up Director: Jodie Boland




Etel Adnan - Colour as Language

Artist Etel Adnan (1925-2021) is famous for her abstract landscape paintings and her distinct use of colour. In the first retrospective in the Netherlands, her paintings, leporellos, tapestries and literary work are seen alongside the work of Vincent van Gogh at the Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam, from 20 May until 4 September 2022.




Artist Makes Portraits On Glass With Just A Hammer

Simon Berger is an artist who works with a hammer and glass. He has figured out a way to crack the glass so precisely that it creates an image of a face. It’s a delicate process that has taken him three years of trial and error to get right. Sometimes it takes him one try, but other times it can take him five. And an expensive series of mishaps could cost hundreds of Swiss francs. One wrong hit, and he’ll have to start all over again.




The first performance in decades in Beirut's abandoned Grand Theater

Le Grand Théâtre des Mille et Une Nuits is a historical landmark in the center of Beirut. Built in the late 1920s, it played host to international performances, films and was an icon of contemporary Middle Eastern culture. After the 1975 civil war, the building suffered structural damage and was eventually boardd up and forgotten. There was no attempt to revive the theater until the people’s revolution of 2019, which led to its barriers finally being pulled down... Musician: Anthony Sahyoun Soprano: Monà Hallab Cinematographer/editor: Nader Bahsoun Set designer: Whard Sleiman Installation Designer: Aya Atoui




Piiiiissssst, a performance installation by Rana Haddad and Pascal Hachem of Beirut based 200 Grs

A series of striking film narratives from the streets of Lebanon mark almost a year to the Beirut port blasts. Rana Haddad of Beirut based studio 200 Grs puts our eye to The Human Lens at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2021. One of the most intriguing installations in the Pause series is Piiiiissssst, which packs the struggle for survival and escape into a moving suitcase with protruding human limbs




Mona Hatoum - Hot Spot

Mona Hatoum's first solo exhibition in Finland opens on 7th of September 2016 in Kiasma. In this video, the artist talks about her work, Hot spot. The exhibition is organized by the Centre Pompidou, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris, in collaboration with Kiasma and Tate Modern, London. The video is made in Centre Pompidou.





"Fragments" Part extracted or preserved, broken or detached , in this case decontextualized and modified for the adoption of new concepts. A language that Javier Martin has been researching and developing for more than a decade, an extension of his "blindness" concept where he explores through the appropriation of advertising images and icons, apparently perfect symbols of a standard of beauty in contemporary society, deconstructing these images to create a contrast between consumption and technology. In appropriation of fragments, Martin uses the space to create a dialogue between the individual fragments and their collective composition that forms the whole, transforming the gallery into a theater filled with fragments, representing the information overload of our time. A society created of fragments of information driven by advertising, technology and social media, questioning the veracity of what we recognize, through the use of appropriation, cutting, alteration and reflection, accentuating their emptiness; including the viewer in the scene and transforming them into a part of the fragments that invite self-reflection. This exhibition is composed of three different body of works, where we can find a journey that shows the interdisciplinarity of the artist. From the installation Alma, part of the permanent collection of the Seoul Museum, which consists of a cube covered with mirrors where the viewer is reflected through the appropriated images stamped on them and illuminated by neon, a material appropriated by Martin who considered it a form of public writing, unassociated with art, and traditionally associated with popular culture. He invites the viewer to step into a room where he has conceptually removed the walls, replacing them with unlimited light and space. Eliminating the barriers society imposes, which fill our minds with banal and insignificant thoughts, keeping us trapped and unable to realize the potential that exists beyond. In contraposition to the installation, the body of work “CUT” first presented by the artist in Shanghai in 2015, a thought-provoking series that challenges our preconceptions about the power of celebrity and the way we consume media. Creating iconic hand-cut photographs, technique inspired by The Chinese tradition of paper cutting, giving importance to the use of the negative space and the contraposition between wholeness and emptiness.




Hassan Hajjaj at Barakat Contemporary

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Charline von Heyl: Snake Eyes, 2018–19


The largest US museum survey of this pioneering artist to date, "Charline von Heyl: Snake Eyes" features more than thirty large-scale paintings that reveal the artist’s considerable influence in the field of contemporary art. Charline von Heyl (German, b. Mainz, 1960) studied at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg and the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, and participated in the Cologne art scene in the 1980s before moving to New York in 1995. Her work has been exhibited internationally in both solo and group exhibitions, and is in collections around the world, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Tate, London; Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; and the Kunstmuseum Bonn. She was a finalist for the Hugo Boss Prize in 2014 and has been awarded residencies at the Wexner Center for the Arts and the Chinati Foundation. Organized in collaboration with the Deichtorhallen Hamburg, this major multinational exhibition highlights the artist’s groundbreaking artistic output since 2005, including recent works that point to new developments in her constantly evolving practice.

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