Jitish Kallat, Aequus, 2017, Dental plaster, 17 x 205 x 33 cm, Courtesy the artist and Galerie Templon

ART CITIES:Brussels-Jitish Kallat

Jitish Kallat was born in 1974 in Mumbai where he currently lives, the artist works with a variety of media including painting, sculpture, photography and installation. In his art and practice he develops his deep engagement with the city of Mumbai. Among his main topics the artist investigates globalization, urbanization, …

Mark Rothko

TRACES:Mark Rothko

Today is the occasion to bear in mind Mark Rothko (25/9/1903-25/2/1970), he was one of the most important American painters. After his early works, Rothko eventually developed in the late ’40s his signature style, consisting of rectangular fields of color and light. Associated with Abstract Expressionism and Color Field painting, …

Wolfgang Tillmans, There were 30 years between 1943 and 1973. 30 years from 1973 was the year 2003 (Detail), 2004, © Wolfgang Tillmans, Courtesy Galerie Buchholz-Berlin/Cologne, Maureen Paley-London, David Zwirner-New York

PHOTO:Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans presents a solo exhibition at Kunstverein in Hamburg featuring a new work that consistently developed from his art of the …

The Austrian Cultural Forum

ART NEWS:Sept. 03

Christian Hidaka’s “Players” are few in number and return from one composition to the next. Here, they are harlequins, young female acrobats, …

Kara Walker

ART CITIES:Brussels-Ways of Seeing

The group exhibition “Ways of Seeing”, takes its title from John Berger’s 1972 homonymous text on visual culture, the exhibition invites the …

Davide Balula, Irons Levels, 2017 © Davide Balula, Gagosian Gallery Archive

ART CITES:Rome-Davide Balula

Davide Balula is an artist and a musician. His visual practice investigates chance encounters, random patterns and the passage of time. Working …

Jacob Hashimoto, Our Fates Were Not Sealed, Merely Eclipsed (Detail), 2016, Paintings, bamboo, paper, nylon, acrylic and pigments, 167.5 x 152 x 20 cm

ART PREVIEW:Jacob Hashimoto-The Eclipse

Jacob Hashimoto uses the traditional kite-making techniques and forms to construct his three dimensional wall works. Existing as neither sculpture nor painting, …