It’s always well appreciated when an artist and his gallery are putting effort into their booth design. And for this edition of Art Brussel 2019, young French artist Alexandre Benjamin Navet and Galerie Derouillon did exactly that!
Ivan Navarro’s work strives to engage the viewers interaction and highlight the social and political implications that result in his compositions. Transforming conventional objects into light sculptures is the language Navarro uses to shine light on his fears. “I make spaces in a fictional way to deal with my own psychological anxiety,” Navarro says.
For many people, retirement means having ample time to indulge in their dreams and pursue the things which matter most to them. For Englishman John Tierney, retiring from his Criminology post at Durham University has afforded him the opportunity to take on the iconic cityscapes of Los Angeles, which he featured in these lovely photo-realist …
Kishio Suga, is a Japanese sculptor and installation artist currently living in Shizuoka, Japan. He is one of the key members of Mono-ha, a group of artists who became prominent in the late 1960s and 1970s.
It is in the heart of a chapel of the XIIth century that takes place the lovely exhibition “HOPE” of the botanical artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc. At the Art center of Les 3Cha at Châteaugiron in Brittany, France, nature revives here with its sacred character.