Kirsty Bell

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The triumphant virtuosity of Euler’s latest paintings at Berlin’s Galerie Neu

BY Kirsty Bell | 27 JUN 19
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‘Trawling the junkyard landscapes that surround us and hauling things into the museum, these artists offer a way out of our materially saturated culture’

BY Kirsty Bell | 19 DEC 18

Following a joint residency at CERN, the artists' collaborative show at Künstlerhaus Stuttgart looks at science from a layman's perspective

BY Kirsty Bell | 20 SEP 18

Watching Sharon Hayes and Evan Ifekoya pay homage to the late artist at Camden Arts Centre and remembering his ‘structured anarchy’

BY Emily Roysdon | 06 JUL 18

With a series of paintings, 20 years in the making, recently shown for the first time in Berlin, the artist discusses her processes and inspiration

BY Kirsty Bell | 22 JUN 18

Kirsty Bell, Ahmet Öğüt, Ming Wong and Slavs and Tatars share their highlights of the coming year’s shows: can we break with art-business as usual?

10 JAN 18

Losing your place in the world 

BY Kirsty Bell | 14 AUG 17

KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany

BY Kirsty Bell | 21 JUN 17

Ian White, Anne Imhof and Jason Dodge, our Berlin-based contributing editor’s picks of the year

26 DEC 16

On the art of Monika Baer

BY Kirsty Bell | 22 DEC 16

MAMCO, Geneva, Switzerland

BY Kirsty Bell | 15 NOV 16

Villa Empain, Boghossian Foundation, Brussels, Belgium

BY Kirsty Bell | 21 OCT 16

Channelling an array of found footage into his sound and video works, James Richards tests the limits of depicting visceral materiality

BY Kirsty Bell | 31 MAY 16

Tanya Leighton, Berlin, Germany

BY Kirsty Bell | 13 MAY 16

Why has abjection gained renewed currency in art?

BY Kirsty Bell | 27 MAR 16

At what point does a doodled line become a nose? The paintings of Allison Katz

BY Kirsty Bell | 18 MAR 16

Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway

BY Kirsty Bell | 15 FEB 16

Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany

BY Kirsty Bell | 20 APR 15

Sprüth Magers, Berlin, Germany

BY Kirsty Bell | 13 AUG 14

Film as social experiment, and learning how to communicate without speaking

BY Kirsty Bell | 11 JAN 13