The explosive relationship between Fontana and Klein under investigation in Milan
No leap is ever into the voidby Silvia TomasiA saga of artist jumps through the work of Hsieh, Mureșan, de Dominicis, Perrone, in the wake of Yves Klein's famous leap into the void.
With regard to Sam Falls’ recent works about time and natureby Paul LasterSam Falls' first solo show at 303 Gallery in New York puts the Californian artist into the sight of masters of abstract art such as Jackson Pollock and Yves Klein. But he never stops thinking about the future.
Who said art about other art is boring? (Christian Jankowski at Petzel)Petzel in New York is presenting Christian Jankowski's third solo exhibition at the gallery. Once again the German artist proves himself being a master in making art about art.
Shining a light into Adam Gordon’s darknessby Paul LasterNew York-based artist Adam Gordon is melding painting with installation and photography, but it’s not the medium itself that he cares about; psychology and solitude come first.
César, La retrospective and a market inconsistencyby Stefano PirovanoThe Centre Pompidou celebrates César with a granitic show bringing together 130 pieces by the French master. Will auctions keep on underestimating him?