Artist Features

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

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

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

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

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

Paolo Icaro

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