Pierre Knop, Paysage Wonderlust

January 8 – February 5, 2022

 Paysage Wonderlust
 Paysage Wonderlust
 Paysage Wonderlust


  • Takuma Nakahira at MoMA

    Takuma Nakahira is featured in the MoMA's revamped permanent collection gallery 419: Living for the City. Nakahira's iconic Circulation: Date, Place, Events series is featured alongside works by Barbara Brändli, Richard Misrach, and Nalini Malani. Nakahira, a critical theorist and founder of the Tokyo-based Provoke Movement, which, like "Circulation," was a response to the major social and political upheaval of the late 1960s and 1970s. To learn more, please see the MoMA website.

  • Shikeith in i-D

    Shikeith was featured in conversation with Cherise Smith in i-D's The Darker Issue. At the crux of the interview, Smith and Shikeith discuss how the artist's practice has developed and transformed over the course of the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Shikeith states, "I had to really reorganise how I thought. The spaces became a lot more meditative and allowed audiences to go within themselves more, which in the end, thanks to the pandemic, I think was super beneficial." Shikeith's work continually explores themes of space, history, the body, and the tactile—ranging in form from sculpture, film, photography, and performance. To read more, please visit the i-D website.