Posts Tagged ‘Dusseldorf’

Quit Marginalizing Yourself

Today we continue our week-long series Force of Failure. Stay tuned we have 4 more articles to present… FORCE OF FAILURE: DailyServing’s latest week-long series There are two main artist archetypes popular in our cultural ether. There is the pretentious, avant-garde artist whose genius can’t be explained but who commands a hefty fee for his work, and the stoner artist who lacks ambition and digs[…..]

Sook Kim: Inside Out

For her debut solo exhibition in New York City, Korean artist Sook Kim is presenting fourteen new photographs, which include her famed Saturday Night series, at Gana Art on West 25th St. in NYC. The exhibition, titled Inside Out, features images of buildings in both Germany and New York that have a transparent facade revealing the activity of the inhabitants within the structure. Formally, the[…..]

Katharina Grosse

Katharina Grosse’s solo exhibition, Hello Little Butterfly, I Love You What’s Your Name, is occurring until November 7th at ARKEN Museum for Moderne Kunst, in Ishøj, Denmark, within breath of Copenhagen. Grosse makes canvas of architecture, erecting varicolored walk-abouts by using hundreds of litres of spray paint; mounds of earth; mammoth, leaning discs; and other big, wadded-up shapes. Viewers are not allowed any of the[…..]

Stefan a Wengen

Nightology is the title of a new exhibition by Swiss artist Stefan a Wengen. Currently on view at Black and While Gallery in New York City, the exhibition marks the artist’s first solo exhibition in the United States, and includes a new series of paintings that continue his interest in isolation and the cloak of the night. The subdued images are punctuated with electric color, seducing the[…..]