Erik Niedling with Ingo Niermann
When Berlin-based artist Erik Niedling dies, he would like to be buried in Pyramid Mountain, the largest tomb of all time as conceived by writer Ingo Niermann, his collaborator on this book.
Art Between The Market and Celebrity
During almost any conversation about art, the elephant in the room – whether it’s mentioned or not – is money.
When Charles Harrison died in 2009, the British art world lost a pivotal figure.
The Marrakech Biennale in Context 
Carson Chan & Nadim Samman (Eds.)
The first major trilingual (English, Arabic and French) festival in North Africa to focus on cutting-edge contemporary art, literature and film, the Marrakech Biennale seeks to build cultural bridges through discussions with and among artists in a wide range of disciplines.