Financial Times

Don McCullin on photographing war — and collecting antiques

by Simon Willis | 17 January 2020

‘Somerset is full of history,’ he says. ‘You feel the energy of the land.’

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Don McCullin, 2020. Photo: Matilda Temperley


I want a woman with a plan

by Gerhard Mack | 12 January 2020

‘But to put it briefly: art is good when we are fascinated, moved, and informed by it. When it transports us to another place. We want to be changed by art.’

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Jenny Holzer, A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE CAN GO A LONG WAY, 2019 © Jenny Holzer. ARS, NY and DACS, London 2019. Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography Zürich

WSJ China

Hauser & Wirth’s ‘Relationship Model’

by WSJ China | 6 January 2020

‘The gallery that never stops progressing is already looking to the future and aspiring to the innovation and development that is to come.’

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Marc Payot, Manuela Wirth, and Iwan Wirth. Photo: Sim Canetty-Clarke

How To Spend It

Not Vital brings his transcendental structures to Hauser & Wirth

by Gisela Williams | 2 January 2020

‘Not Vital brings his transcendental structures to Hauser & Wirth. From an excavated cave on a Patagonian island to surreal Saharan watchtowers, Swiss artist Not Vital melds sculpture and architecture to transcendental effect. Now it’s time for a major British show.’

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Not Vital, House to Watch the Sunset, Aladab, Niger, 2005 © Not Vital

Sculpture Magazine

Suffering and Desire: A Conversation with Berlinde De Bruyckere

by Elizabeth Fullerton | 20 December 2019

‘United by ambiguity, the works are neither abstract nor representational, animate nor inanimate, neither portraits, still-lifes, nor landscapes. None and all of the above, they are something else altogether.’

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Berlinde De Bruyckere, Marthe, 2008 © Berlinde De Bruyckere. Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Collection. Photo: Mirjam Devriendt


How Hauser & Wirth Took Over the World

by Chris Fite-Wassilak | 20 December 2019

‘From Somerset to Menorca, H&W’s ‘art centre’ model has redefined what a commercial gallery can be. Can our public institutions compete?’

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Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles. Photo: Joshua Targownik / targophoto.com

Culture Trip

Lasting Imprint: The Rebirth of a Radical Bookshop

by James Mclachlan | 10 December 2019

‘The building’s history makes it a natural home for the gallery’s publishing arm, according to Dr Michaela Unterdörfer, who, since 2005, has overseen its growth. ‘Our hope is that this new headquarters and bookshop will once again be a site for imaginative discourse,’ says Unterdörfer. ‘And that it will attract a similarly diverse audience, from artists and bibliophiles to art publishers and scholars.’’

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Hauser & Wirth Publishers Headquarters Rämistrasse 5, Zurich/CH, May 2019. Courtesy Hauser & Wirth Publishers. Photo: Sim Canetty Clarke

The Guardian

Rashid Johnson on broken men, the black body and why Trump is bad for art

by Nadja Sayej | 25 November 2019

‘How does the black body function in space, when it’s being witnessed, versus when it’s not?’

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Installation view, Rashid Johnson ‘The Hikers,’ Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd Street, 2019. © Rashid Johnson. Photo: Dan Bradica
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