Hamish Fulton speaks about his practice as a 'walking artist.'
Michael Müller describes his approach to painting and more specifically his take on abstraction, while working on six large paintings for a site-specific installation inside the windows of the gallery's 9-metre-high Corner Space.
Thomas Schulte speaks about Allan McCollum's exhibition Everything Is Going To Be OK and the simultaneous group show Listen To a Heart Beat, both of which are on view at Galerie Thomas Schulte from 23 May to 11 July 2020.
Haptic Feedback is a group exhibition dealing with the changing psychological relationship to physical space and our sense of belonging and touch under the influence of digital technologies. The exhibition was developed in collaboration with the Philadelphia-based artist of the gallery, David Hartt.
On the occasion of her exhibition Layers at Galerie Thomas Schulte (26 October 2019 to 11 January 2020), Angela de la Cruz spoke to Louisa Elderton about her choice of a minimalist display mirroring the feeling of experiencing the end of a party when the guests are leaving and the feeling of being at the end of an era not knowing what's to come...
On the occasion of his exhibition Quartet at Galerie Thomas Schulte (7 September–19 October 2019), Idris Khan speaks about his use of the colour blue, the literary and musical references for his new stamp paintings and large photographs and his new black-and-white series of photographs 'White Windows'.
Ahead of his upcoming show Recent Paintings at Galerie Thomas Schulte, Jonathan Lasker discusses the process of his paintings in his New York studio.