Hanna Dawn Henderson
UK- and Netherlands-based artist and writer Hannah Dawn Henderson (b.
BON! BON! On the Charms of Sweet Cuisine
People have used honey, dates, and fruits to sweeten their dishes since time immemorial, but with the introduction of sugar—“white gold”—into cooking and baking, a whole array of delightful flavors and culinary possibilities was born.
Things I Remember I Have Done, But Don’t Remember Why I Did Them—Towards a Catalogue Raisonné
Luca Lo Pinto & Nicolaus Schafhausen (Eds.)
This publication comprises two volumes: a booklet accompanying Pierre Bismuth’s 2015 solo exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien, and a catalogue raisonné indexing his typically serial and often humorous work of the last three decades, from five-minute paintings of recipe cards from women’s magazines (1986–87) to fried-chicken-flavored polyethylene sculptures (2015).
Martin Kippenberger and Maria Lassing
Veit Loers (Ed.)
Bodycheck presents two illustrious artists of the late twentieth century who, in an era dominated by abstract painting and nascent political correctness, ventured to spotlight the human body (primarily their own) in their artistic work.