There are a number of things that distinguish Zak Prekop, who was born in 1979, from other young painters. The most important one is that he hasn’t turned what he does into a style or, in today’s parlance, a brand consisting of signature gestures. For while he has developed a method of making based on collage and optical disturbance, he has kept his options open. He embraces both the literal and the fictive as well as intertwines them in ways that are assured and compelling.
The Fondation Beyeler is holding an exhibition that presents the most important paintings of the British painter Peter Doig, who lives and works in Trinidad, London and New York. Doig, who was born in Edinburgh in 1959 and grew up i... Read Post
GENEVA.- Born at the beginning of the Impressionist movement, the eleven exhibited naturalist painters distinguish themselves from their contemporaries by their total commitment to their fertile dialogue with Nature. The exhibited w... Read Post