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Traces of War

Anselm Kiefer Walhalla at White Cube

Anyone who is familiar with this German artist’s paintings will have gone to White Cube expecting work on a monumental scale, perhaps undertones of death and rebirth, with references to past historical events. 736 mots de plus


Korean Art in London

There’s a welcome return for Park Seo-Bo at the White Cube Gallery, this time with a move away from the pale tones of his previous exhibition to the seething blacks of his ‘zigzag’ paintings. 320 mots de plus


Michael Andrew Law meets with Michael Armitage

Michael Armitage (b. 1984) is a Kenyan born artist currently living between Nairobi and London. The artist’s predominant concerns are the social and political issues facing our contemporary global society. 471 mots de plus



It’s difficult, visiting the current exhibition of Anselm Kiefer’s work at the White Cube, Bermondsey, not to be overwhelmed. It’s not just that the individual pieces – sculptures, paintings, assemblages, vitrines – are, in themselves, large and powerful (the power to some extent deriving from their size) it’s the way in which   468 mots de plus

Art & Photography

Anselm Kiefer on The Art Channel

My film with Grace Adam for The Art Channel visits White Cube in London to explore and review an exhibition called ‘Walhalla’ by the artist Anselm Kiefer.

Contemporary Art

Think Outside the Box

Despite the quotation in my last post « you can put anything in a white cube and it will be perceived as art », curation can be so much more than that! 553 mots de plus