In The years shall run like rabbits, Hellen van Meene presents a new series of portraits, often juxtaposing girls and dogs within the same frame, shifting the loci of the compositions to the spatial and psychic relationship between subjects. Not only does the combination of dog and girl evoke well-known motifs from art history - such as Velasquez's Las Meninas or Gainsborough's Cottage Girl with Dog and Pitcher - it also plays with the dialectics of familiarity and distance, protection and weakness and the boundaries between human and animal.Read On...
For this new exhibition, the photographer Andres Serrano will present about twenty pictures coming from his new photo serie «Cuba».
This serie of photographs, by the acclaimed American photographer, born in 1950 in New York, began in May 2012. It was the first time that he went to the country where his mother grew up (she was not born there but spent her childhood and youth in Cuba).
Alex Da Corte, Martin Creed, Jose Dávila, Sam Francis, Helen Frik, Ryan Gander, Poul Gernes, Paul Housley, Merlin James, and J. F. Willumsen
This show originally came out of thinking about an essay by Jacques Derrida that I read 20 years ago and didn't understand and a conversation about comic strips which I did.