Archives for posts tagged ‘swiss’

Tobias Kaspar

Tobias Kaspar Work from Bodies in the Backdrop at Galerie Peter Kilchmann. “The Galerie Peter Kilchmann is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of Tobias Kaspar (born 1984 in Basel) in Switzerland. The artist lives and works in Berlin and belongs to a young generation of artists who work with strategies of conceptual and appropriative art. […]

Pamela Rosenkranz

Pamela Rosenkranz Work from her oeuvre. “Rosenkranz is interested in evolutionary mechanisms and processes, that seem to be the basis of how people are organized in a society. The artist is interested in the differences between body and mind, in human interactions, and in men’s relationship to nature. Rosenkranz explores these interests, utilizing scientific explanations […]

Carol Bove

Carol Bove Work from her oeuvre. “…The focus of her artistic endeavor is an immense research project: by means of enquiring into the social history and art of the late 1960s and early 1970s, she relates the latter to the present and lends it greater depth. Here, she is as much interested in popular literature […]

Henning Bohl

Henning Bohl Work from “Namenloses Grauen” at Casey Kaplan, NY. “…As I have said, reasons come in like doughnuts and they lead the way. Once the doughnuts took place on the pictures, there needed to be a carpet to connect the paintings to a space and this space couldn’t be the gallery as it was. […]

Tobias Madison

Tobias Madison Works from “Hydrate+Perform“. “Tobias Madison’s first US solo show is a newly commissioned project in two parts. Hydrate + Perform consists of many large acrylic tanks, each filled with a different flavor of Vitamin Water. The stunning blocks of pastel color create a counter rhythm to the columns that support the gallery space […]

Emanuel Rossetti

Emanuel Rossetti Work from his oeuvre. “Multiplex, with its various formal and contextual layers refers to a plural character of perception, like in a multiplex-cinema, where in different halls a multitude of images and illusions can be perceived at the same time. Rossetti’s ability of displaying elements accurately and unerringly within a space (be it […]

Bernard Voïta

Bernard Voïta Work from his oeuvre. “…Over the past years Bernard Voïta has worked almost exclusively in the medium of photography, although the way he does so is often compared to sculpture. In his work he challenges the medium’s boundaries and its imputations and sounds out its potential as well as questions of perception. Out […]

Anselm Stalder

Anselm Stalder Work from Vermutete Mitte (Supposed Center). Mirrored in reflective glass, we see ourselves in front of Alpine landscapes from a time of black and white, back when craggy glaciers still filled the valleys and clefts of erosion hew openings into our view. “SEINEBILDER”, “his pictures”, reads the title. But whose, if not those […]

Sebastien Verdon

Sebastien Verdon Work from Out of Space @ Polyforum Siqueiros. “The artist draws on current expectations, general paralysis, creativity and inspiration from which a great instinct for transforming the contemporary melancholy humor singular, that is neither cynical nor just absurd. A job that tends to capture the indeterminate, an aesthetic that seeks ambiguity in games […]

Raphael Hefti

Raphael Hefti Work from Beginning with the first thing that comes to mind. “Hefti uses photography as an experimental method to analyse and explore the history of materials and his interest in scientific practises. In his first solo exhibition in Italy, Hefti shows six unique colorLycopodiumprints and two black photograms from the series In memory to […]