1. In the studio: Ian Waelder

    Following his remarkable exhibition at the Es Baluard Contemporary Art Museum earlier this year, we spoke to Ian Waelder whose solo show Here not today is currently on view in our Berlin gallery. The Spanish artist opens up his studio doors to share insights on his artistic practice, early inspiration and why stand-up comedy is his background noise of choice.
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  2. In the studio: Magnus Frederik Clausen

    Copenhagen-based artist Magnus Frederik Clausen, who has had a previous life in film as a director, reflects on his relationship with painting, the origin of his Work series and the exhibition projects that he has planned for 2024.
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  3. In the studio: DĂ©bora Delmar

    London-based artist DĂ©bora Delmar talks about her roaming studio practice, projects that she is currently working, and the inspiration behind her Liberty Roses works that are part of our exhibition Magnus Frederik Clausen, DĂ©bora Delmar, Laurent Dupont.
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  4. In the studio: ÖzgĂŒr Kar

    With a string of recent museum and Biennale shows in 2022, the young, Amsterdam-based artist ÖzgĂŒr Kar is working at an impressively prolific rate. We spoke with Kar about his work Bearer of bad news that is part of our group exhibition 24h, early artistic influences, what he is currently working on and the ‘death’ character that reappears in his work.
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  5. In the studio: Ser Serpas

    Learn more about Ser Serpas, the LA-born, Paris-based artist who has been making waves in recent years, with major institutional and gallery shows in both Europe and the USA. Through autobiographical canvases and installations, she brings new life and meaning to materials found discarded on city streets.
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  6. The collector: Stella von Senger

    The Berlin-based creative director Stella von Senger – whose years on set honing how the world's top luxury brands communicate – shares her insights on art purchases, must-see galleries to visit and the work of 3 artists that she has her eye on.
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  7. In the studio: David Benedikt Wirth

    From 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.
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  8. In the studio: Sara Rossi

    The 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.
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  9. In the studio: Talisa Lallai

    Step inside the studio of DĂŒsseldorf-based photographer Talisa Lallai. The artist lays out the parameters she sets herself to work in, the place that left the deepest impression on her and the mesmerising installations she goes about creating in her exhibitions.
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