1. Les Globes du Roi-Soleil1681-1683

    by the Venetian cosmographer Vincenzo Coronelli 

  2. Terre-ciel

    Marion Le Pennec

  4. Young Woman

    Nikolai Fechin

  5. Minotaur 3, 2011

    acrylic on panel

    Rick Bartow

  8. No title

    mixed media

    Alexander Domanov

  11. Temporality

    Caitlin Karolczak

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

  13. 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. 

  14. 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 

  15. Raven’s Daughter


    Denise Kester