Julien Ceccaldi

Frieze15 Oct, 2017
While Julien Ceccaldi’s solo exhibition ‘Gay’ is, admittedly, very gay – it has the feel of both a cum-drenched Roman bath scene and a 1980s coming-of-age rom-com – it’s also universal in its depiction of classic, unrequited love: the kind in which the ugly frog longs for the beautiful princess (or, in this case, prince). There’s no happy ending here, though: just a constant negative feedback loop. [more]


ArtReview19 Jun, 2017
Pleasures and terrors of the neoliberal digital age. [more]