OUR GALLERY DIRECTORS’FAVORITES
Bettina Wildling | LUMAS GALLERY Cologne
Bruce Boyd creates marvellous and unpredictably unique pieces. His floral ice blocks dissolve and shatter in the water; it is just this transient beauty that Boyd captures for us.
Mira Oest | LUMAS GALLERY Mannheim
Beatrice Hug truly breathes life into art. The hypnotic effect of her works is reminiscent of 1960s Minimalist light installations. And every day the pulsating effect of her work fascinates me anew.
Lauren Colonna | LUMAS GALLERY New York
I find the view from above in Tom Hegen’s salt lakes simply enthralling. He succeeds in transforming a cultural landscape into a truly spectacular interplay of colour and form.
André Gohlke | LUMAS GALLERY Berlin Ku’damm
Sebastian Magnani’s inspiration is ingenious! Following an exhausting and successful day, Batman permits himself a refreshing drink. Meanwhile, with little if anything to celebrate, the Joker instead finds himself behind bars sipping on water.
Lenka Heller-Salfer | LUMAS GALLERY Frankfurt
There can be no doubt that Soo Burnell is my favourite. The Scottish artist joins the geometry of Victorian swimming pools with soft pastel shades, thus evoking the filmic aesthetics of Wes Anderson.
Sandy Kühnel-Dietrich | LUMAS GALLERY Stuttgart
Never before have I seen Venice like this! Anne-Laure Maison creates a spectacular photo collage by rearranging the windows, doors and entrances of this lagoon city into an outstanding composition.