Claas Reiss is pleased to announce ‘The Art I Live With, The Things I Love’ by Ansel Krut. The exhibition aims at giving a glimpse into the mind of a painter by bringing together paintings, drawings, artefacts, postcards, books and personal family objects by Krut, fellow artists and family members.
‘The Art I Live With, The Things I Love’ by Ansel Krut – press release
Claas Reiss is pleased to announce ‘Alte Freunde, neue Freunde’, a group show of nine painters to celebrate the gallery’s first anniversary.
‘Alte Freunde, neue Freunde’ – press release Nov 2021
Projektraum London is pleased to announce ’32 App 42’ with new works by Frankfurt am Main based artist Dutch artist W. Rossen in his first show in the UK, and an essay by Leonie Schmiese.
’32 App 42′ by W Rossen at Projektraum London – exhibition text
Claas Reiss is pleased to announce ‘After Images’ with new paintings by British artist Dan Linden in his first solo show and an interview with the artist and Nicola Stephanie.
‘After images’ by Dan Linden Sep 2021 – press release
Projektraum London is pleased to announce ‘The Patron Saint of Turning’ with new works by New York based artist Daniel Graham Loxton in his first show in the UK, and an essay by Myles Starr.
‘The Patron Saint of Turning’ by Daniel Graham Loxton 2021 – press release
Whitehot Magazine for Contemporary Art, New York City, has featured ‘Good Con Man’ by Tenki Hiramatsu (see details here).
KubaParis – Zeitschrift für junge Kunst, a Berlin based magazine for young art and curated submission based art blog, has featured ‘Good Con Man’ by Tenki Hiramatsu (see details here).
Martin Clark, Director of Camden Art Centre, has included ‘Good Con Man’ by Tenki Hiramatsu in his ‘Martin Recommends’ section in the Summer Patrons Update of the Centre (see details here).
Holly Black, Managing Editor at Elephant Magazine, has included Tenki Hiramatsu in the July edition of ‘Artists to watch – Elephant’s Pick of July’s Essential Artists’ (see details here
‘There is something jovial about Tenki Hiramatsu’s work. The Japanese artist, who lives and works in Karlsruhe, Germany, paints mysterious works that seems to have one foot in the legacy of German Expressionism, and the other in the cartoon world—is that Snoopy, the Cat in the Hat, or a strange anthropomorphic cake slice peeking from the canvas? While uncanny, his paintings escape any inherent sense of the sinister, and instead invite inquisitive minds and multiple questions. In his latest exhibition at Claas Reiss in London, titledGood Con Man, he considers the ultimate con to be based on an “ability to construct a convincing illusion without being demystified.” It seems to be something he excels at.’
Holly Black, Elephant Magazine
émergent magazine has featured ‘Thermopolium’ by Luca Longhi at Projektraum London (see details here).