Leiko Ikemura was born in Japan but moved to Europe as a student and now spends her time between Cologne and Berlin. Her 30-year career includes painting, sculpture, works on paper, and has produced a huge body of work. Her paintings have evolved from early canvasses depicting struggle and conflict, to later abstract experimentation with the female form.
Part of a series focusing on the world's best art sites, this Photolog features images from Yorkshire Sculpture Park in England. Located in the 500-acre Bretton Hall estate, it was the first sculpture park in the U.K. and is the largest of its kind in Europe. Yorkshire Sculpture Park together with Benesse Art Site on Naoshima Island in Japan, are...
Ocula Magazine previews a selection of highlights showing with galleries at Art Basel Hong Kong, running between 19 and 23 May 2021.
Featuring 13 artists, Esther Schipper's latest group exhibition is a braiding of fantasy and foreboding.
Ocula Magazine selects 12 exhibition highlights from the 17th Gallery Weekend Berlin, running between 30 April and 2 May 2021.
Working across drawing, painting and ceramics, the Japanese-Swiss artist Leiko Ikemura continues to seek adventure in her art, she says, as a major exhibition opens at the Kunstmuseum Basel. The
Japanese artist Leiko Ikemura has been awarded this year’s Cologne Fine Art prize, the fair announced on Wednesday. The €10,000 prize is awarded annually by Koelnmesse and the German art dealers association, Bundesverband Deutscher Galerien und Kunsthändler (BVDG). Previous recipients of the Cologne Fine Art Prize include seminal...
Kerlin Gallery is delighted to present Double-M, Double-X as the second exhibition of our autumn programme. Bringing together ten artists in a stimulating and eclectic presentation, this group show