Features

Giulia Cenci

In her process of observation, Giulia Cenci selects elements that are irrelevant details of industrial objects or parts of our environment, capable of expressing transitory…

Six Questions

Claudia Amatruda

Tique asks six questions to an artist about their work and inspiration.
This week: Claudia Amatruda.

Exhibitions

Sonya Rapoport – Digital Mudra (1986-89)

Digital Mudra (1986–1989), is an exhibition presenting original photographs, 35mm slides, and an artist-published edition by Sonya Rapoport (1923–2015).

Printed Matter

Carmen Winant – The Last Safe Abortion

Focusing on the near-fifty-year period in which abortion was legal in the United States (1973–2022), The Last Safe Abortion recognises the care, advocacy, and community-building of abortion…

Six Questions

Stefanie Salzmann

Tique asks six questions to an artist about their work and inspiration.
This week: Stefanie Salzmann.

Features

Jiwon Rhie

Jiwon Rhie is a Korean multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, USA. Her work explores ideas of boundaries, human relationships, cultural identities, and communication in installations,…

Six Questions

Evelien Gysen

Tique asks six questions to an artist about their work and inspiration.
This week: Evelien Gysen.

Exhibitions

Vamba Bility

Vamba Bility (b. 1990, Côte d’Ivoire) is a multidisciplinary artist whose work echoes the experience of the African diaspora. Having journeyed from Côte d’Ivoire to…

The Space

Black Image Center

Tique asks five questions to art spaces, galleries, residencies or any other imaginable type of art organization that exhibits, promotes or facilitates art about their…

Six Questions

Almudena Lobera

Tique asks six questions to an artist about their work and inspiration.
This week: Almudena Lobera.

Features

Leila Seyedzadeh

The works of Leila Seyedzadeh (b. 1986, Tehran) serve as tapestries woven from fragments of memories, evoking a sense of placelessness. Through 2D works and…

Six Questions

Sander Coers

Tique asks six questions to an artist about their work and inspiration.
This week: Sander Coers.