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Danh Vo

Danh Vo examines how cultural values, conflicts and traumas are constructed and inherited through work inspired both by his... Read more

Lilly Lulay

Perfectly aware of todays overproduction of images, Lilly Lulay uses her own as well as other peoples private photographs... Read more

Tom Sandberg

Norwegian photographer, Tom Sandberg (1953-2014) is considered a pioneer within the field of photographic art. A master of light... Read more

William Forsythe

Watching the murmuration of starlings is one of the great pleasures of life. Thousands of birds moving together like... Read more

Kenneth Anger

Kenneth Anger (*1927) is a pioneer of avant-garde film and video art. His iconic short films are characterized by... Read more

Annabel Elgar

Annabel Elgar’s practice centres principally on staged photography and the handmade creation of details and backdrops that tread the... Read more

Aram Bartholl

Aram Bartholl uses sculptural interventions, installations, and performative workshops to question our engagement with media and with public economies... Read more

Anne Imhof

Anne Imhof (*1978) has emerged over the past decade as one of the most acclaimed artists of her generation.... Read more

Tavares Strachan

Strachan’s artistic practice activates the intersections of art, science, and politics, offering uniquely synthesized points of view on the... Read more

Chantal Rens

Chantal Rens (1981, Etten-Leur/NL) creates analogue cut-and-paste collages that allow us to peer into a parallel universe. The images... Read more

Michel François

Employing a wide range of materials, Michel François creates environments of strange resonance and spaces of contemplation which unsettle... Read more

Christian Jankowski

Christian Jankowski (b. 1968, Göttingen/Germany) works in the field of conceptual and performance art with a focus on film,... Read more

Majed Aslam

Majed works primarily with video, painting and sculpture. After graduating from St Bart’s medical school in London and the Royal... Read more

Paul Hutchinson

In his photographic practice and in his writing, Paul Hutchinson (*1987 in Berlin, GER) considers phenomena of modern day... Read more

Adel Abdessemed

Adel Abdessemed tells us visually, with maturity and the necessary violence, that his proud and upright cultural universe is... Read more

EJ Hill

At the core of EJ Hill’s practice is a form of durational performance that reflects both the hardships that... Read more

Max Pinckers

Max Pinckers (b.1988, BE) is an artist based in Brussels, Belgium. His work explores the critical, technological, and ideological... Read more

Lena Henke

Lena Henke (b. 1982 in Warburg) is one of the successful international artists of her generation. She tests the... Read more

Erwin Wurm

Over the course of his career, Erwin Wurm has radically expanded conceptions of sculpture, space and the human form. Read more

Martín Soto Climent

Martin Soto Climent (b. 1977, Mexico City) lives and works in Mexico City. Sourcing materials and images mainly from metropolitan... Read more

Jurgen Maelfeyt

Jurgen Maelfeyt is a graphic designer, publisher and artist based in Ghent and Paris. The main focus on his... Read more

Adrien Missika

The work of Adrien Missika humorously investigates the natural and the cultural. Using epistemology as a base for research,... Read more

Isabella Fürnkäs

Isabella Fürnkäs (*1988, Tokyo, Japan) is an artist who works in a variety of media. The body of work... Read more

Roman Ondak

Roman Ondak plays with ideas of relocation, representation, and the duplication of experience – shifting and sharpening the viewer’s... Read more

Simeon Barclay

Simeon Barclay draws upon a rich vein of pop cultural sources, producing works that activate complex cultural histories, whilst... Read more

Namsal Siedlecki

Namsal Siedlecki works mostly with sculpture. He is often interested in transformative properties of materials. His works are often... Read more

Tereza Prihodova Stetinova

Tereza’s sculptural, mostly highly site-specifically conceptualized and carefully composed work comes from two formal and methodic standpoints. Read more

Jeremy Shaw

Jeremy Shaw (1977 North Vancouver, Canada) works in a variety of media to explore altered states and the cultural... Read more

Erik Kessels

The images in Erik Kessels’ books are so awkward, odd or mellow that we have to give them a... Read more

Edgar Martins

Edgar Martins is an award winning visual artist who works across different media (photography, text, audio, film & installation)... Read more

Yu Ji

A revisitation of sculpture, an extension of its three dimensionality and attunement to body, context and narrative, is at... Read more

Maude Léonard-Contant

Language is omnipresent in Léonard-Contant’s work: clearcut and implied, present and absent, as much felt as it is seen. It... Read more

Piero Golia

Italian-born, Los Angeles–based artist Piero Golia is a sculptor of situations. His works—which at times take physical form, often... Read more

Anna Witt

Anna Witt, born in 1981 in Germany, lives and works in Vienna. Her artistic practice is performative, participatory, and... Read more

Massimo Grimaldi

‘My work explores the nature of what we call “art”, the way that it is perceived, judged, and understood.... Read more

Shilpa Gupta

For nearly two decades Shilpa Gupta has been unravelling dysfunctional hierarchies which we operate within where semantic naming has... Read more

Ayọ̀ Akínwándé

Ayọ̀ Akínwándé is an artist, curator, and writer from Lagos, Nigeria. With an academic background in Architecture, his practice... Read more

Joshua Citarella

Citarella is a hyper-proficient artist of today who works with both materials and software. His work positions photography at... Read more

Petrit Halilaj

Born in 1986 in Kostërc (Kosovo), Petrit Halilaj lives and works in-between Germany, Kosovo and Italy. Read more

Bruce McLean

Since his days as a rebellious student at Central Saint Martins, McLean has tackled the complexities and contradictions of... Read more

João Loureiro

In a broad sense, through a wide range of subjects and procedures, I’ve been interested in certain versions or... Read more

Rossella Biscotti

Rossella Biscotti’s (b. 1978, Molfetta, Italy; lives and works in Brussels, BE and Rotterdam, NL) artistic oeuvre encompasses videos,... Read more

Michał Budny

Michał Budny is known for his austere and poetically charged sculptures and objects, often made from commonplace, „poor“ materials.... Read more

Sophie Gogl

For a long time, creating images was the uncontested prerogative of painting. Today painting must compete with a plethora... Read more

Talia Chetrit

Since she first picked up a camera as an adolescent, Talia Chetrit has explored the power dynamics, narrative conceits,... Read more

Cameron Platter

Cameron Platter’s multi-disciplinary practice is a documentation of contemporary culture. By using popular iconography of the ‘now’ and the... Read more

Wolfgang Lehrner

Born with wanderlust, the artist Wolfgang Lehrner leaves his hometown Vienna again and again to spend as much time... Read more

Vedovamazzei

Milan-based artists Stella Scala and Simeone Crispino have been working collaboratively as Vedovamazzei since 1991. Read more

Almudena Lobera

Her artworks — materialised in many different forms: from drawings to sculpture, installations, paintings, films, performance and more besides... Read more

Nazgol Ansarinia

Born and raised in Tehran (1979), Nazgol Ansarinia examines the systems and networks that underpin her daily life. In... Read more

Sinta Werner

Sinta Werner’s work deals with the relationship between reality and image, two- and three-dimensionality, and the connection between digital... Read more

Alejandro Cesarco

In the past two decades Alejandro Cesarco has been making art as well as publishing books and curating exhibitions.... Read more

Lida Abdul

Lida Abdul (Kabul, 1973). Lives and works in Los Angeles and Kabul. The first artist of her country to... Read more

Peter Welz

Peter Welz’s complex video installations explore the dynamic relationships between figure and space in a variety of ways. A... Read more

Chris Hoare

Chris Hoare is a photographer based in his hometown of Bristol, UK. Within his personal work he is interested... Read more

Gregor Schneider

It’s advisable to treat our perception with a degree of mistrust. Our brain is continuously converting sensory impressions into... Read more

Andrea Zittel

Much of my energetic output, both conceptual and physical, has been dedicated to an understanding of human nature and... Read more

Charlotte Thrane

There is necessity and a certain enjoyment in protesting against notions of good taste, or against the order of... Read more

Ko Sin Tung

Using a myriad of mediums, Ko Sin Tung creates visual dialogues that investigate the distinctive circumstances arise from the... Read more

Vittorio Santoro

Maybe in my exhibitions I deepen my sculptural research to highlight the dichotomy between the individual and the social... Read more

Roman Signer

Swiss artist Roman Signer has been redefining sculpture for more than 40 years and is now regarded as one... Read more

Driant Zeneli

How do we push the boundaries of our limitations without becoming superheroes? Can the realm of the possible be... Read more

Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc

Through video, photography, installations, drawing, or exhibition projects, he explores the principles behind the dominant presence of pre-existing elements... Read more

Giuseppe Gabellone

Through his practice, which combines several mediums, Gabellone created the basis for his synthesis of the surreal, the classical... Read more

Gonzalo Lebrija

Gonzalo Lebrija is a multidisciplinary artist who currently lives and works in Guadalajara, Jalisco. Formed in Communication at the... Read more

Gerard Byrne

Visually rich and intellectually complex, the work of Gerard Byrne in photography, film, theatre and multi-screen installation examines the... Read more

Richard Wilson

“The sculptures seem to need that initial thing from the real world because I’ve always been concerned with the... Read more

Erin Shirreff

Erin Shirreff’s diverse body of work, which includes photography, video, and sculpture, is united by her interest in the... Read more

Carlo Benvenuto

Carlo Benvenuto’s research is determined by the desire of communicating as little as possible. The artist works at home,... Read more

David Fathi

“Two viewpoints to make sense of the world”. In this way David Fathi describes his guiding line. Holding a... Read more

Marzia Migliora

Marzia Migliora is an artist who uses a broad spectrum of media, including photography, video, sound, performance, installation, and... Read more

Luis Camnitzer

“In the end everything is a prison: the body, the limits of intelligence and imagination, the limits of society.... Read more

Kōji Enokura

“It is the tension between the body and the material that interests me, and that’s what I want to... Read more

Gibson + Recoder

Gibson + Recoder have always walked a high-risk high-reward tightrope throughout their career as they plumbed the raw materials... Read more

Richie Culver

A painter and decorator entering art is about as giant a gaffe as one can conjure. Not to mention... Read more

Alessandra Spranzi

The artistic research of Alessandra Spranzi is connected with photography, with photographic staging, the reuse of images of her... Read more

Pamela Rosenkranz

Pamela Rosenkranz (b. 1979) investigates the systems by which people give meaning to the natural world, reflecting on our... Read more

Jose Dàvila

Over the course of a career spanning more than 20 years, Guadalajara-based Jose Dávila has engaged with the architecture,... Read more

Eric Baudart

Delicately transposed, it’s the displaced materiality in Eric Baudart’s works that spurs their contemporary resonance. Honey-combed plastic, millimeter paper,... Read more

Adam Vackar

In the long run, Adam Vackar creates simulacra of the ecological and social reality of the consumer system. From... Read more

Park Hyunki

Featuring organic elements, such as stones and water, Park’s work parallels with the logic behind Marcel Duchamp’s found art,... Read more

Ryan Gander

Ryan Gander has established an international reputation through artworks that materialise in many different forms – from sculpture to... Read more

Paolo Icaro

A journey in search of a new grammar of sculpture. A need to question everything, always. Deconstructing to reconstruct,... Read more

Nicolás Lamas

In general, Nicolás Lamas’ works reference tensions between the human body as object and matter as an active factor. Read more

Werner Reiterer

Although the selected works for Tique art highlight the sculptural aspects of Werner Reiterer’s practice, they also hint at... Read more

Esther Kläs

German-born Esther Kläs has developed a distinctive visual language that harks back to the great sculptural traditions of the... Read more

Satoshi Fujiwara

It was through his career background working in advertising projects as a graphic designer and planner, that he got... Read more

Ryan Brown

Working in whatever medium best suits his message, Ryan Brown has produced performances, paintings, sculptures, photographic series, and installations... Read more

Michael Sailstorfer

Michael Sailstorfer’s sculptural practice draws upon the kinetic, minimalist and pop traditions of 1960s and 1970s. In his work... Read more

Katinka Bock

Katinka Bock is a German sculptor and visual artist, born in 1976 in Frankfurt am Main. After studying sculpture... Read more

Analia Saban

Analia Saban dissects and reconfigures traditional notions of painting, often using the medium of paint as the subject itself.... Read more

Mario Cresci

Since the late Sixties, Mario Cresci has been a benchmark for developing experimental languages tied to photography and the... Read more

Kishio Suga

Kishio Suga (b. 1944) is one of Japan’s most celebrated artists, whose diverse and influential practice spans site-specific installation,... Read more

Sol Calero

Sol Calero (b.1982, Caracas) is best known for her site-specific installations of entire Latin-American interiors in which the public... Read more

Lotte Reimann – Jaunt

Lotte Reimann’s series ‘Jaunt’, about steel, glass, plastic, oil, and dirt – together embodied in the automobile – was... Read more

Francesco Arena

The relationship between the objective and the subjective, as well the historic and personal, represents the core of Francesco... Read more

Peperoni Books

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

Brave Books

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

Xavier Le Roy

A visitor in an exhibition can walk in the space while in the theater a spectator seats on a... Read more

Ediciones de a Poco

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

die raum

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art institution, gallery, off-space or any other imaginable type... Read more

PINK CUBE

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art institution, gallery, off-space or any other imaginable type... Read more

Blackbook Publications

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

Onomatopee

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

Highchair Editions

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

La Houle

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

Torpedo Press

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

ITO project space

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art institution, gallery, off-space or any other imaginable type... Read more

Avarie

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

Kunst in Huis

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art institution, gallery, off-space or any other imaginable type... Read more

Bienvenue Publishing

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

t-space

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art institution, gallery, off-space or any other imaginable type... Read more

RVB Books

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

Teresa Margolles

The Mexican artist Teresa Margolles studied both fine arts and forensic medicine. Margolles was one of the founding members... Read more

Charles Fréger

The French photographer Charles Fréger has spent a decade creating portraits of diverse social groups and communities, often in... Read more

Marine Tanguy

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art institution, gallery, off-space or any other imaginable type... Read more

Lodret Vandret

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art book publisher about its motivation, practice and role... Read more

Amy Adams

Amy Adams videotaped her subjects, seen from her bedroom window overlooking the 125th Street elevated subway station in Manhattan,... Read more

Super Dakota

Tique | art paper asks eight questions to an international art institution, gallery, off-space or any other imaginable type... Read more

Pia Camil

Mexican artist Pia Camil takes inspiration from urban and industrial forms, reinterpreting them as handmade objects that recode the... Read more