PURPLE TEAM — What were your best and worst memories of the trip?
SHEREEN TABET- El Cotillo, on the western shoreline of Fuerteventura, is a small laid back fishing village, surf mecca, artist haven and van lifers dream. Situated in the Canary Islands- closer to Western Sahara than mainland Europe- it’s only a 4 hour 15 minute flight from London. Best memory- the views after summiting a volcano. Worst memory- forgetting my hat in the midday sun on top of a volcano and feeling the burn. (The name of the island means ‘strong wind’, and this constant lovely breeze can easily mask the real strength of the sun).
PURPLE TEAM — What are your 3 Must-See sights?
SHEREEN TABET- Mornings can be spent catching... Read More
“Evidence” is a poetic, immersive journey, an ode to a world without borders, a contemporary reflection on the infinite and a spiritual quest. Between audio, films, abstract images, objects and creations collected throughout their travels, this exhibition guides you through a vast exploratory installation that juxtaposes photos, texts and original works by Patti Smith, from her personal collections and the Musée National d’Art Moderne and MoMA collections.
Between 2019 and 2021, Stephan Crasneanscki and Patti Smith worked together to create Perfect Vision, a triptych of albums that draw inspiration from the texts of three iconic French poets: Antonin Artaud, Arthur Rimbaud and René Daumal. Recorded respectively in the Sierra Tarahumara in Mexico, the Abyssinian Highlands in... Read More
Anne Imhof’s new solo exhibition at Sprüth Magers in London, expands upon the narrative arc of Imhof’s recent works. A combination of oil paintings, large-scale paintings on aluminum panels, and drawings to film and sound interweave notions of reality and artifice, presence and absence, exposure and concealment as well as fitness equipment and gym furniture are installed throughout the gallery, blurring the boundaries between functional object and art while creating a multilayered experience as visitors encounter and move through Imhof’s abundant spaces.
Imhof’s spatial orchestrations are evident from the outset: as visitors approach the exhibition from street level, their line of sight into the gallery’s glass storefront is delimited, boxed in by rows of lockers and... Read More