‘Haunted II’ by Kiki Smith is one of the 12 prints currently on view for the exhibit Streaming Spirits presented by SCAD Lacoste. Taking inspiration from the 19th-century genre of spirit photography, these hauntingly beautiful works on paper utilize a variety of printmaking techniques as the medium through which to capture manifestations of the self.
Photo Credit: Kiki Smith, Haunted II, 2012, c-print, 25-1/2” x 21-1/4” © Kiki Smith, Courtesy Pace Gallery
Sol LeWitt, ”Wall Drawing #879, Loopy Doopy (black and white)”. Première installation: PaceWildenstein, New York, September 1998, LeWitt Collection, Chester, Connecticut © Adagp, Paris 2012 © Centre Pompidou-Metz / Photos : Rémi Villaggi
In the 13,000 square feet of Galerie 2, the Centre Pompidou-Metz is currently hosting a retrospective of Sol LeWitt’s wall drawings on a scale never seen before in Europe. The selected thirty-three wall drawings, the largest group ever exhibited in Europe, span the artist’s career from its beginnings to his final works.