Ai Weiwei

Water Lilies #1 . 2022

photos: © Ela Bialkowska/OKNO studio courtesy of the artist and Galleria Continua

In advance of his first design-focused exhibition —opening next month— The Design Museum, London, unveils a new work by Ai Weiwei. Continue reading Ai Weiwei


Anselm Kiefer

Exodus . 2012–21

+ Gagosian

Kiefer’s syncretic approach to materials extends to his understanding of history, literature, and mythology as forces that inform the present. In this new body of work, he incorporates inscriptions in Hebrew from the book of Exodus, with thematic references to its narrative blended with a diversity of other sources. Continue reading Anselm Kiefer


Pieter Vermeersch

Untitled . 2022


This is definitely what one experiences in front of the main work at ProjecteSD’s current exhibition: a large scale painting on canvas in seven parts, that can be described in a chromatic scale from dark to light between greyish, blueish or purple colours fading into yellow or whitish tones. Continue reading Pieter Vermeersch


Ursula von Rydingsvard

OBUDOWAĆ . 2020-21

+ Galerie Lelong & Co.

At the crux of von Rydingsvard’s desire for complexity is a profoundly vulnerable search and remembrance of places, people, and events. Grounded by her intuition, the artist has increased the depth and recurrence of thin, intricate crevices within the work’s interior, a technical accomplishment that rewards careful looking—an impression of a large mass accrues texture upon discovering gaps, punctures, and orifices smaller than a human hand. “The transitions claim a kind of movement, and I have the privilege of detouring these movements, making some larger than others. Continue reading Ursula von Rydingsvard


Günther Förg

Untitled . 2007

+ Hauser & Wirth

Günther Förg pushed himself to the brink of discord—but only to preserve art in a precarious state of balance: Balance between the traditions of the past and the needs of the present. Balance between austere rationalism and ardent sensuality. Continue reading Günther Förg