As Luc Tuymans’s exhibition of new canvases inaugurates
David Zwirner’s London gallery, the Belgian painter sits down with Martin Herbert to talk about his anxieties in front of the canvas, thinking slow and painting fast, the medium’s purported ‘weakness’ – and, additionally, about van Eyck, parrots, filmmaking and why he avoids looking at his own art.
‘Bjarne Melgaard and I have something in common: we both love dick.’ David Everitt Howe assesses the vulgarly provocative Norwegian artist’s sudden show of restraint, on view at ICA London through 18 November.
Frances Stark, Lucas Samaras, Paris, Plus...
Franz West in an interview with Tom Eccles, an artist project by WassinkLundgren, a new strip by Frederik Peeters and an interview with Friedrich Nietzsche.