The Ethics of Art

I have been travelling a lot lately; but unfortunately London is not on my route this year. If it were, I would definitively have visited Jorge Otero-Pailos’ installation The Ethics of Dust, in Westminster Hall. The Ethics of Dust at Westminster Hall (2016), Jorge Otero-Pailos The Ethics of Dust consists of two 25 x 6 metre large sheets of translucent … More The Ethics of Art

Art is not an end, art is only the beginning

I went to London to see art. You all know my involvement with Agnes Martin. But I actually planned my visit so that it coincided with the  grand opening of Ai Weiwei’s exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts.  From the exhibition at RA: Straight, (2008-12), steel reinforcing bars In the background:  Names of the Student … More Art is not an end, art is only the beginning

On a Clear Day

In two days I will finally get to see Agnes Martin at Tate Modern in London. It is a show I have been looking forward to see all summer. You will, no doubt, get a report – here is just a little teaser … Agnes Martin: Untitled (Study for “The Egg”) 1960. Ink on paper © Estate of … More On a Clear Day

Mark Hearld

Mark Hearld – an introduction On a trip to London, just before Christmas, I bought some very beautiful paper-cut-cards. I didn’t know anything about the man who made them, and actually forgot about the cards altogether, until I just recently encountered the artist again, this time on the website of St. Jude’s I’m not sure … More Mark Hearld