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Youcef Korichi


In his latest solo exhibition, "non-lieu, non sites" (which one might translate as "dismissed cases, dismissed places"), Algerian-born French artist Youcef Korichi (b. 1974) reveled unabashedly in t…

Haegue Yang

In an interview published last January in Flash Art, the Berlin-based Korean artist Haegue Yang (b. 1971) proffered: "There is a mysteriousness and spirituality in the most banal things."

Gelitin

The Viennese all-male collective Gelitin (Ali Janka, Florian Reither, Tobias Urban and Wolfgang Gantner) are self-styled provocateurs, whose performances, installations and other artworks jubilantly…

Emilio Perez

Emilio Perez’s paintings have long been awash in allusions to water. In his recent exhibition “Rivers Always Meet the Sea,” the artist (and devoted surfer) demonstrated that this essential liquid cont…

Antony Gormley

Over the past 30 years, Antony Gormley has carved out a distinguished place for himself in the pantheon of modern and contemporary British sculpture. While corporeality has always been his preferred…

Luc Delahaye

Luc Delahaye made a name for himself in the 1980s and 1990sas a photojournalist. Parachuting into hotspots ranging fromChechnya and Bosnia to Afghanistan and Rwanda, he tirel…

Eric Poitevin

For over two decades, Éric Poitevin has forged a singular path as a photographer, brandishing his retro 8-by-10 camera with the conviction, fervor and savoir faire of a practitioner of yore. He live…

Mohamed Bourouissa

Algerian-born Mohamed Bourouissa is known for his arresting, unsentimental color photographs portraying the everyday lives of youths from working-class and African immigrant backgrounds in Paris’s…

Gilles Barbier

Since the early 1990s, Gilles Barbier has shrewdly cast himself as the enfant terrible of France’s contemporary art scene. Mixing mordant humor with provocation, he constructs elaborate fictions of…

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