Salt in the Wound takes the reader on a journey through Europe, to meet with artist and talk about their work, their environment and artistic roots. Through studio visits, exhibition reviews and conversations, the author reflects on the imagination of leading European artists, and how it relates to both local histories and the global art practice.
The book contains essays on the work of Miroslaw Balka, Anton Henning, Flo Kasearu, Bernard Frize, Anish Kapoor, Michael Borremans, Sejla Kameric, Norbert Bisky, Monika Sosnowska, Luc Tuymans , Paula Rego, Klaas Kloosterboer, Bridget Riley, Marc Mulders , Sean Scully, as well as reports from Latvia, Bucharest and Venice.
Published by Garret Publications, Helsinki, 2019, 208 pages
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