Notes on Lucio Fontana

December 7, 2022

Visiting a recent exhibition presenting the seminal Italian-Argentinian Lucio Fontana at the prominent Galería Helga de Alvear in Madrid, prompts a whirlwild of thought to the fore on the artist's legacy for contributor Alexander Hughes.


Bits & Pieces of Life

November 23, 2022

"Because Weiner was so much real life to me, there’s a part of me that me that thinks his work is best viewed outside elevated, clinical and fancy white cubes and in the bustle of life happening around it". A love letter from our team dedicated to the late Lawrence Weiner.


The Heart is (still) the Most Deceitful of All 

November 10, 2022

"For me, Giulia Cairone’s work is a reminder of how hard it is to address abstract painting without (inevitably?) falling back on well-used and applied artspeak.", writes Ashik Zaman.


Rina Eide Løvaasen

November 7, 2022

Rina Eide Løvaasen's densely layered solo at Belenius in Stockholm takes an interest in the limitations of perception and the unattainability of the condition of wholiness. The thematic scope at hand informs the expansion of the world space and notions of Ancient Egypt and Chernobyl.


Gunnel & Anita

November 6, 2022

Gunnel & Anita pairs Valeria Montti Colque and Rossana Mercado-Rojas in what is a homecoming exhibition per way of a house(warming) party at the brand new Bas Konsthall in Stockholm. The title humorously lets prejudices about identity come to a head. 


Spatial Party of Four

October 31, 2022

There Might Be Corners but the Center Is on the Move is a long-term and interrelational project, emphasizing site-specificity and architecture, joining two Swedes; Helén Svensson and Anna Nyberg and two Finns; Ella Tahkolahti and Nikki Jääskeläinen.