Posts with tag Artist


Tamara Kametani

Tamara Kametani is a visual artist born in Slovakia, currently living and working in Athens, Greece. Working across media, her practice is largely concerned with…


Walk Silently in the Dark Until Your Feet Become Ears

Les Gayrillères might appear at night, in a deserted club, in a cruising area, on the fringe of a demonstration, in a museum’s basement, underground.…


Nasim Moghadam

In the intricate tapestry of my identity, I perceive myself as a human and a woman, shaped by the diverse stories of my life. Throughout…


Gerhard Richter – Photographs

Gerhard Richter | Photographs is dedicated to the artist’s photographic work, bringing together unique photographs and rare photographic editions. Encompassing early self-portraits, portrait series, landscapes, experimental…

Six Questions

Tina Hage

Tique asks six questions to an artist about their work and inspiration.
This week: Tina Hage.


Onishi Yasuaki

Onishi studied sculpture, and through his experience with making molds, became interested in relationships between positive forms and negative space and in grasping not only…


Rirkrit Tiravanija – A LOT OF PEOPLE

MoMA PS1 presents the first US survey and largest exhibition to date dedicated to artist Rirkrit Tiravanija (Thai, b. 1961). The exhibition traces four decades…


Zohra Opoku

Zohra Opoku examines the politics of personal identity formation through historical, cultural, and socio-economic influences, particularly in the context of contemporary Ghana.


Gianni Caravaggio

The philosophical reflective process of Gianni Caravaggio aims to investigate the foundation of art and its production through the realization of works definable as devices…


Valerie Krause

Valerie Krause’s artistic research focuses on the connection between object and space; in her works, volumes, voids, materials and forms transcend the strict definition of…


Fabrice Samyn

The work of Fabrice Samyn is polymorphic, richly allusive, and marked by dazzling poetic force.


Hazem Harb

Visual artist Hazem Harb’s trajectory, spanning several decades, maintains an unwavering dialogue with his symbolically charged homeland.