Reading: Louise Bourgeois, "Artist's Statement," (1954). Image: "The Deposition from the Cross," Pontormo. In a less abstracted way than in Bourgeois' paintings, Pontormo's work also shows figures as "expression[s]...of emotions and states of awareness." His figures all have different lines of sight, some are fading out of consciousness, and each expresses some sort of intense emotion.
Light Perpeptual I
two cabins [james benning at neugerriemschneider]
Roman Signer by Li Zhenhua and Early Bird
The 'Tank Man' stopping the column of T59 tanks on 5th June 1989.
Before it was demolished in 1994, Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong was considered the densest settlement on earth, with 33,000 people living within the space of one city block.
Hans Ulrich Obrist: the art of curation, with Yoko Ono, John Baldassari, David Shrigley, Mark Wallinger, Taryn Simon on Horst Ademeit, Philippe Parreno on Jean-Françoise Lyotard, and Gilbert and George.
Ahead of the opening of his Yuz Museum in Shanghai, Colin Gleadell meets Indonesian-Chinese billionaire collector, Budi Tek