alexandra eldridge: meetings with my daemons

The world renowned Alexandra Eldridge’s paintings are being exhibited again. What absolute joy to have the chance for exploration of the space between the temporal outer world and the latent internal world that she creates. Alexandra’s use of collage, paint and Venetian plaster is just the tip of the iceberg of her creativity and sublime … Continue Reading

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michael landy: saints alive

If you happen to be in London until the 24th of November 2013 don’t miss the extraordinary exhibition Saints Alive by Michael Landy at the National Gallery. Saints are more often associated with traditional sacred art than with contemporary work, but Michael Landy, current Rootstein Hopkins Associate Artist in residence at the National Gallery, has … Continue Reading

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the myth of yearning never ends, performance by predrag pajdic with anthony thévenoux

Two figures sit either side of a table, cut flowers in a vase providing the only splash of colour. One figure sits blindfolded, his face covered with many pairs of wings arranged as a mask that doesn’t see. The second figure impeccably dressed in a dinner suit wearing a crown also made of birds’ wings, … Continue Reading

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rot

My corpse is rotting While I still live no matter how Much I bathe perfume The skin the rot is setting in Changing my diet Absolutely irritated Deep inside of me It rebels I can smell myself The flesh on my jaw Is pretending to hold my teeth There’s gold in chewing I’m mining through … Continue Reading

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wolfgang tillmans – new world

The first exhibition in the Kunsthalle Zürich’s new and renovated premises at the Löwenbräukunst is dedicated to a reunion with an artist who presented his very first institutional exhibition at the Kunsthalle Zürich in 1995. Since then, Wolfgang Tillmans (born in Remscheid, Germany in 1968, lives and works in Berlin and London) has tested and … Continue Reading

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the horse project by jean-bastien lagrange

Images: © Jean-Bastien Lagrange, courtesy of the artist.

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the gates of paradise by nikos triantaphyllou

Red hot chili peppers and butterflies amorously caressing white winter flowers, in conjunction with homemade cookies and grandma’s old china over ottoman silk fabric woven with gold and silver thread, sensuously open the gates of the artist’s Paradise, leading us to his chosen place of joy, pleasure and perpetual bliss. Nikos Triantaphyllou studied Political Science … Continue Reading

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life is probably the greatest gift you have. don’t waste it!

About 20 Victorian glass plates were discovered in an attic of a stately home in Texas. Once meticulously cleaned from 100 years of dust, they revealed images from a portrait studio of astonishing beauty filled with haunting charm and mystery. Upon receiving the plates as a gift the artist Alexandra Eldridge invited Predrag Pajdic to … Continue Reading

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the oracle

Errikos Andreou Marco Brollo Carolyn Cowan Alexandra Eldridge Roberto Foddai Nathan Hanford Emiliano Lazzarotto J. L. Nash Predrag Pajdic Petra Reimann Mustafa Sabbagh In light of a world which now operates beyond its many cultural boundaries, what sacred symbols today deepen our understanding of the human condition? Is the human condition being ground underfoot, at … Continue Reading

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precise

I came back and it was all accounted for. So I went to see her, this oracle, this sybl. I told her on the phone that she came recommended to which she said nothing. I met her and thought very little, I don’t know what I expected but she didn’t seem to be anything particularly … Continue Reading

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