Nikolaus Gansterer: Thinking Matters

The solo exhibition “Thinking Matters” — which represents another step in Nikolaus Gansterer’s visual research — explores in detail the relationship between drawing, thought and action. His work is a true example of interdisciplinary studies; it is the result of a close confrontation between socio-humanistic, scientific and artistic disciplines from which the artist takes single methodologies and applies to these his unique, higly personal artistic language. The result of this work is an installation which occupies the entire space: the work is composed of autonomous elements which, contemporaneously, are tiles of a vaster mosaic which the artist has developed specially for the gallery space.

Gallery Marie-Laure Fleisch


Hidebound No. 1-7 (2012), charcoal on paper, 30x44 inches each

Luke Maddaford



Art from the book A Monster Calls written by Patrick Ness and illustrated by Jim Kay.

It’s a children’s book about a boy (Conor) who starts having nightmares about a monster every night since his mother started her cancer treatment. One night when he wakes up, there is an actual monster right outside his window. The monster is a yew tree in the cemetery behind Conor’s house during day-time but the monster we see at night. I wont go into more detail about the story because it’s really worth reading. You might want to have some tissues and ice-cream ready though.

It was inspired by Siobhan Dowd, who passed away due to cancer and could not write this book herself

HERE is the story if anyone is interested in reading this. It is just the story and no illustrations. 


人類は衰退しました_のんびりした報告 2012

JINRUI ha suitai shimashita _ nonbiri shita houkoku

comic: taquya MITOMI


Apian, Peter, 1495-1552. Astronomicum Caesareum, 1540.

Typ 520.40.150

Houghton Library, Harvard University


The Tomb of Böcklin, 1901-2
Ferdinand Keller


The Tomb of Böcklin, 1901-2

Ferdinand Keller