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We present physical and online exhibitions from today’s most sought-after contemporary and historical artists.
Curated by Peles Duo, woven roots brings together works by Shannon Bool, Rob Crosse, Peles Duo and David Noonan.
New works: Henri Haake
Colour, perspective and everyday scenes come undone in this selection of new works by Henri Haake.
New work: Talisa Lallai
Talisa Lallai creates a postcard vision of summer on the Italian coast.
In Shannon Bool’s works the body becomes the central “area of the images”.
Rob Crosse is searching for ways to visualise and reenforce the value of older age, and to challenge the fact that ageing is so often associated with decline.
Peles Duo is a collaboration between artists Katharina Stöver and Barbara Wolff that was founded during their studies at Städelschule.
David Noonan’s collage works, films, paintings, sculptural objects, tapestries and installations are characterised by a complex layering of found historical and contemporary images.
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In the studio: David Benedikt WirthFrom the Fulda Cathedral to an exhibition at the White Block Art Center in Seoul. Berlin-based artist David Benedikt Wirth reveals how everything started for him and how his work has developed since. With a general love for painting, he shares why a traditional medium like oil on canvas has its own aura and what’s behind his solo exhibition Heat.
In the studio: Sara RossiThe Berlin-based, Italian artist Sara Rossi's work operates as the residue of thoughts-and-memories, much like a meditation that has been transferred through the hand onto canvas. After opening as a seed as a vision in our Brunnenstrasse 22 space, we caught up with Sara as she prepares for her next solo show in Milan that opens mid-April.
In the studio: Jordan DerrienEnter the studio of London-based artist Jordan Derrien. We talked to him about how his works come to life, and what role the material plays in his diverse practice. With literature and the idea of domestic spaces often being a starting point for him, Jordan shares an upcoming writing project of his own and what artist – dead or alive – he would love to collect himself.