Bregu’s approach keeps alive an individual low-key significance within the larger scale of overwhelming and oppressive change in society, as in the natural world.
We at RKG are proud to welcome the return of Daniel Segrove with an exhibition of new paintings in addition to his signature drawings.
We are delighted to present “Blue”, Oscar Figueroa’s fourth solo exhibition with Robert Kananaj Gallery. Figueroa’s art practice since the beginning is involved with the obvious.
9th Anniversary RKG
Since its inception, Robert Kananaj Gallery has given emphasis to the artist’s practice. The better part of this year spent with Covid-19, peculiar as it might appear to compare any good about it to art-making, has for our generation highlighted how much we rely on each other and how important it is not to take for granted what we all always have had, and still have.
“Kittens, Ice Cream, Life and Death”
We as a human race are facing an unprecedented situation with life and death. Our history is anchored in these two pillars, but for whatever reason, things get melodramatic as we go. “New normal” is a continuous stream synonymous with Silvia Argiolas’ practice.
“It’s not the end of the world”
In Western media, Ukraine is usually represented as a country with high rates of homophobia. There is some truth in this. Yes, there are violations in the field of human rights in Ukraine, yes, homophobic sentiments are higher than in countries with developed economies and, yes, crimes motivated by homophobia occur quite often here. Victims do not always go to the police, assuming that they will not receive any help.
“Living Diary” Tess Martens
Performance and Exhibition
Living Diary – Tess Martens Artist in Residence
What is a gallery?
What is an artist studio?
What are gallery visits?
What are studio visits?
Dark in Light
From the time I was little, I have felt an affinity with the vastness surrounding me: my mother’s presence, the immensity of the water and sand at the beach, mountain ranges, the day and the night. These earliest enduring impressions came to me recently while I was squeezing clay in my hand.
Urban Sprawl: Emptiness
Photographs by Emmanuel Monzon