SERPTENTINE // 14th July 2014


Every year, London’s Serpentine gallery commissions an architect to design a temporary structure on its front lawn of the Kensington Gardens. This year in 2014, Chilean architect Smiljan Radić has been chosen to create a temporary installation at the gallery’s grounds for one summer, following in the footsteps of internationally renowned architects such as Frank … Continue reading

MRS. WHITE// 19th May 2014


American multi-media artist Pae White can be characterized by the diversity of her work as well as the ability to develop visually impressive responses to a range of contexts. She merges art, design, craft and architecture through site specific installations. Wheter hanging mesmerizing 48km of black, red, blue and purple yarn helped by 4500 screws … Continue reading

MOTHERS // February 14th 2011


“Mothers are the most important people in the world”, says Martin Creed when asked why he made a 12.5 metre-long revolving neon sculpture spelling out the word. Ten years after winning the Turner Prize, the Glaswegian artists and musician shows his ongoing explorations on rhythm, scale, order and life at Hauser & Wirth‘s new Savile … Continue reading