By Valérie Verhack
Jana Euler made her breakthrough with paintings of hybrid personalities, since when she has developed into an equally hybrid painter, whose pursuit of artistic and social identity is so varied that her work has taken on the shape of a group exhibition.
By Nicolas Chardon
By Jana J. Haeckel
A conversation with the artist at the occasion of her new solo show.
Par Dorothée Dupuis
Entretien avec le duo d'artistes à l'occasion de leurs expositions à la galerie Micheline Szwajcer du 10 octobre au 8 novembre 2014 à Bruxelles et au Musée Rodin du 27 mai au 26 octobre 2014 à Paris.
Par Florence Cheval
By Gawan Fagard
By Dessislava Dimova
Mai Abu ElDahab and Dessislava Dimova in conversation about The Liverpool Biennial, A Needle Walks into a Haystack, curated by Brussels-based curator Mai Abu ElDahab and Anthony Huberman, Director of CCA Wattis.
By Letitia Calin
Zin Taylor’s first solo show in the UK continues the logic of the exhibition as chronicle, but this time the story takes a turn and introduces a new protagonist within his repertory of pattern-characters: the zigzag.
By Marco Ghidelli and Luciano Romano
By Charlotte Friling
In an effort to connect with his surroundings, the Brussels-based painter develops ideas for a workshop with local communities, which very quickly becomes the very heart and subject of his residency.