Photos by Seph Rodney, Mario Ybarra Jr., and Carrie Paterson Text by Carrie Paterson It was lucky for me that early in the (first?) summer of the pandemic, I encountered the writings of Slovenian “graffitologist” […]
By Krystina Mierins and Carrie Paterson
Gregor Schneider’s Die Familie Schneider is part haunted house, part palimpsest, an installation shown originally in two doppelgänger East London counsel flats, and which has now been compiled into an illustrated book. The lauded German artist, who has made his name building claustrophobic rooms, has a secret—and he’s not telling.