She is known as an architect of anti-sound and master of disconnection. Sarah van Sonsbeeck portrays silence, and makes us aware of its lack. She is one of the nominees for the Volkskrant Art Prize that is awarded in the spring of the year.
He describes himself as a conceptual artist working in his home, primarily being busy with language and concepts. And collecting. His workspace is full of small boxes and crates with the strangest things, including clippings of girls’ pink cheeks. An interview with Patrick Van Caeckenbergh, who is exhibiting at Museum M in Leuven.
26/01/12 Erik Wysocan
She is considered a ‘mother’ of contemporary sculpture. Carol Bove’s installations of objects - once subtle tableaux of found objects, nowadays more often constellations of self-made sculpture - have a cohesive configuration that also has multiple layers of meaning. (This article is published in Metropolis M No. 6 - 2011)
05/02/11 - 13/03/11
Strange and familiar. A certain ambiguity marks the attempt of the Georgian-born, Berlin-based artist Thea Djordjadze to feel at home in an exhibition space. This spring she is presenting new work in Kiosk in Ghent.
Frankfurt am Main
28/11/09 - 17/01/10
Rachel Harrison is one of today’s most important sculptors. With a characteristic mixture of pop art and minimalism, she has brought sculpture back to the object, from which the art discourse and the popularity of installations had made it farther and farther removed. It is not that Harrison’s art is simple to define or its concept clear, but it is unmistakably ‘things’.
A large number of artists in the Netherlands and elsewhere are intensely occupied with the history of the monument. From whence comes this interest in what had until recently seemed a genre relegated to the inactive list?
01/12/07 Trevor Smith
She is one of the most well-known Indian artists at the moment, having shown her work in all the major cities – most recently in Horn Please in Bern and at the Lyon Biennial. Sheela Gowda (1957), who lives in Bangalore, makes drawings, sculptures and installations which despite their unmistakable tenor of social criticism are executed with great care and formal subtlety.