Jonathan Lasker developed a formal language whose motifs are characterized by numerous and repeated endless loops of wide, pasty traces of color. His compositions are structured and oscillate between intuition and analysis. Jonathan Lasker is a selected member (NA) of the National Academy of Design in New York since 2015.
His work has been exhibited in numerous international collections and museums such as Broad Foundation, Fond National d’Art Contemporain, LACMA, Moderna Museet, Museum Ludwig, Wacoal Art Center, Whitney Museum of American Art and many others.
As the second American artist we present Larry Bell from Taos, New Mexico USA. He maintains a studio in Venice, California. Along with James Turrell, Robert Irwin and John McCracken, he is one of the main representatives of the so-called West Coast Minimalists. Larry Bell is known for his minimalist sculptures. Bell’s work is represented in many art collections and museums around the world (Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, Museum Solomon R. Guggenheim, Museum für Moderne Kunst, New York, Tate London, Stedelijk Museum, Museum Ludwig and many more).