Lili Reynaud-Dewar

Lili Reynaud-Dewar. Some object blackened (menshirt), 2012, men shirt, make-up

Lili Reynaud-Dewar, ‘Some object blackened (menshirt)’ (2012)

Men’s shirt and make-up.

Christian Tonner

christian tonner, no expectations (violet bloom), 2012

Christian Tonner, ‘No Expectations (Violet Bloom)’ (2012)

Leon Eisermann

Leon-eisermann-Oil on Canvas, Canvas on Oil, Oil on Canvas’, 2013

Leon Eisermann, ‘Oil on Canvas, Canvas on Oil, Oil on Canvas’ (2013)

David Shrigley

David Shrigley Untitled (I am glad) (2013)

David Shrigley, ‘Untitled (I am glad)’ (2013)



Gummbah & Chantal Rens


‘When life has no use, it should find a use’. Sweater from the series ‘Nobody Forever’ by Gummbah & Chantal Rens.

Timm Ulrichs


Timm Ulrichs, ‘Der Künstler als Aufseher’ (The Artist as Invigilator) (2009)

Hans-Peter Feldmann


Hans-Peter Feldmann, ‘A Story’.

Barbara Bloom

Barbara Bloom-Ghost Writer-still life-1994

Barbara Bloom, ‘Ghost of Vanitas Still Life’ (1994)

BB had a deep affinity for Dutch “Golden Age” painting, a result perhaps of her many years in Amsterdam, but more pertinently of a shared love of the material world. These were painters fascinated by framing: not only in the form of coy devices like the pulled-back drape at the edge of the canvas, but in the literal depiction of framed pictures within their pictures. (We know the artists whose paintings Vermeer owned because he showed them so often in his own paintings.) In David Bailly’s picture, things and pictures are arrayed across the surface of his canvas. Whatever his allegorical intentions, Bailly’s concern with the observable world, in all its idiosyncratic particulars, has trumped conventional narrative. BB’s peekaboo mounting only exacerbates Bailly’s pre-occupation with distracting surfaces and the limpid connections of thoughts and things.

Özlem Altin




Özlem Altin, ‘No Story, No’ (2015)

Lightbox installation for Witte de With CCA, Rotterdam.