Belfast-born Hapaska, who represented Ireland in the 2001 Venice Biennale, has an impressive and international exhibition history, including a recent solo show at the Camden Arts Centre in London.
This tabletop-scaled sculpture bristles with attitude and energy. It’s a formidable abstraction bea
Ever since the Belgian artist Arne Quinze joined the debate on design and launched his Primary Pouf in 1999, a seating object that could easily be interpreted as a raised middle finger to the design world because of its simplicity, material and delirious colors, all of which are only exceeded by its
Francis Alys, who trained as an architect and has been based in Mexico City for almost two decades, has worked in film, sculpture, and performance since the early 1990s. Performances such as Paradox of Praxis, 1997, for which he pushed a block of ice through the streets of Mexico City until it melted
Ann Hamilton was born in 1956 in Lima, Ohio. She trained in textile design at the University of Kansas, and later received an MFA from Yale University. While her degree is in sculpture, textiles and fabric have continued to be an important part of her work, which includes installations, photographs,