Marking the second collaboration between the Boghossian Foundation and curators Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, who curated When process becomes form: Dansaekhwa and Korean abstraction in the spring of 2016, the exhibition invites the viewer to investigate the manifold ways by which artists accord forms and concepts that are otherwise familiar with renewed appearances and meanings.

Ways of Seeing features 27 artists and artist collectives, and consists of 70 works, spanning a variety of media from painting, sculpture and photography to sound, film and installation. It facilitates a return towards a vision of artists as makers of things, who relentlessly remind us that the connection between what we see and what we know is never settled, and that seeing is, at its core, a political act.

« With works of only twenty-seven artists, the curators present a fairly coherent exhibition,
with a number of major artists that live up to their reputation. Clever.

H Art, 24 November 2017
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