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.
By Sophie Giraux
By Heidi Ballet
Aby Warburg's Mnemosyne Atlas came to serve as an important inspiration for Laetitia Gendre in her new solo show.
Par Les commissaires anonymes
Depuis 2011, The Ister propose des rendez-vous ponctuels et hybrides : une alternance d’expositions, dîners, workshops, conférences, concerts et performances au gré de leurs découvertes.
By Bianca Baroni
Most of the works currently on view at Carlos/Ishikawa originate from Fabricants Couleurs (2013), a project that developed from a collaboration between the artist and a group of people working for the colour manufacturer Pébéo.
By Maaike Lauwaert
Several works by Camille Henrot are currently on view in the exhibition The Prehistory of the Image during the festival Artefact in STUK Leuven. Maaike Lauwaert interviewed the artist about her work and her upcoming projects.
A photographic review of the year 2013.