Over the past two years, Thomas Demand has spent many hours in the Tokyo offices of renowned architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, or SANAA, observing their working processes. The result is a new series of large-scale close-up photographs that has its origins in 2011, when Demand came across the models of architect John Lautner, stored in the Getty Archive, Los Angeles.
Thomas Demand, Latent Forms, Sprueth Magers, London
Phyllida Barlow, Tate Britain
Phyllida Barlow is one of those artists who came under the spotlight after a long career and endless efforts. During the last decade her body of work has rapidly emerged and been showcased across the UK, Europe and the USA.
Frank Bowling: Traingone Spritmuseum, Stockholm
Frank Bowling is widely considered to be one of the most distinguished artists to emerge from post-war British art schools. Traingone features a series of Bowling’s large-scale abstract paintings, informed by the principles of mathematics.