1. Reliquary of the Virgin’s VeilSouthern Netherlands, early 15th century

  2. Painting of Slowness, 2006-08

    oil on canvas

    Shan Fan

    From a Chinese perspective, emptiness is not vague or representing anything lacking — as the Western understanding of this concept suggests. Faced with Shan Fan’s bamboo paintings, one comprehends the effect of the white surface as a free space and potential for development with one’s own eyes. It is a wisdom deeply rooted in Chinese thought that the relationship between emptiness and fullness is not antagonistic but a mutual conditionality. 

  3. Spring and Autumn Trees and Grasses by a Stream, Edo period, 2nd half of the 17th century

    Rimpa School (Japanese)

    Pair of six-panel screens; ink, color, gold, and silver on paper 

  4. Raven’s Daughter


    Denise Kester

  5. Combustinone BL7

    Alberto Burri

  6. senza titolo

    Alberto BURRI

  7. The Cholmondeley Ladies, circa 1600-10

    British School

  9. Dans l’atelier de Gustave Moreau - 1894

    Henri Matisse

  11. Playa de Cullera - 1983

    Cirilo Martinez Novillo

  12. Women drying laundry on the beach - 1899

    Felix Vallotton

  13. Beach at Le Pouldu - 1889

    Paul Gauguin

  14. Conversation entre deux femmes, 1912

    Leo Gestel

  15. Portrait of An Overtoom, c1910

    Leo Gestel