Adrian Ghenie surveys and subverts historical and artistic narratives through his paintings, which aim to unearth feelings of vulnerability and often draw on human experience and ideas of the collective unconscious.
After Bruno Taut, an exhibition featuring the works ofLee Bul, one of the foremost contemporary artists in Korea today. Lee Bul creates works that reflect her philosophical
Presence of an Absence follows Eric Fischl’s acclaimed series “Late America” of 2017 presenting a new body of work, set in domestic interiors and
Being familiar with the prevailing trends within painting and sculpture architectural critic Reyner Banham set out to describe a new cultural movement
The heterogeneous work of architect David Adjaye, born 1966, comprises approximately fifty built projects – from luxury shops and museums to libraries and social
Architectural pioneer and visionary Zaha Hadid has left a mark with her ground-breaking and innovative work. London’s Serpentine Sackler
Setting the stage for experiencing leading light art artists within an exciting, sensual scene, the Centre for International Light Art
Per Kirkeby (b. 1938 in Copenhagen) is one of the most renowned artists of his generation. His multiple skills, not only as a painter, sculptor