This elegant, large-format catalog of the fascinating paintings of Italian-born artist Florin Kompatscher focuses on his work from 2005-2010.
Thomas Andrae, Moritz Kaufmann
Bettina Krieg’s complex and obsessively detailed pen-and-ink drawings reveal fragments of human existence, countless layers of ideas, images and feelings.
An evocative, alienated world of maps, memory and imagination pervades the art of Argentine artist Guillermo Kuitca, whose work is in the collections of such prestigious institutions as the TATE Modern, the Metropolitan Museum and the Hirschhorn.
Home wasn’t Built in a Day
As the title of this exhibition catalog suggests, German artist Friedrich Kunath specializes in the sly, humorous tweaking of commonplace sentiments and ideas, uncovering an entirely new level of meaning beneath.