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Sara Masüger

Sara Masüger's recent exhibition was tightly conceived and relatively traditional in comparison with her earlier installations in which sculptural mediums were employed to give shape to text…

Sandra Boeschenstein

Swiss artist Sandra Boeschenstein's recent show, "In the Earth's Own Shadow," featured 39 black-and-white works on paper (some with red marks or stamps) from 2007 to 2013.

Feipel & Bechameil

Feipel & Bechameil's exhibition "Among Silent Rooms" contained an echo of their uncanny installation for Luxembourg's pavilion at the 2011 Venice Biennale (Martine Feipel is from Luxembourg; Jean Be…

Sebastian Utzni

When asked publicly if he was in possession of Gustave Courbet's painting of the female sex, L'Origine du Monde (The Origin of the World, 1866), Jacques Lacan did not give a clear answer, which was…

Loredana Sperini

Loredana Sperini's recent show "Tra di Noi" (Between Us), at Freymond-Guth's new space in the Löwenbräu complex, continued her explorations with contrasting materials.


DETORIORATION, THEY SAID brings together four US-based positions from a generation embarking on its thirties. The title of the exhibition refers to a set of artworks that articulate entropic effects w…

A House With a View

The strongest piece at Katharina Fritsch's show at the Kunsthaus Zurich is a figure of the Virgin Mary that has been painted black; it stands at about life-size, positioned before a silkscreen print d…