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Zermatt in the snow
Deep in the Swiss Alps, at the foot of the iconic Matterhorn, lies the popular alpine holiday destination of Zermatt. Zermatt is also the title and subject of Peter Doig’s new six-part series of artworks. The artist lived in the town from 2020 to 2021, creating a sequence of paintings that captured one of his greatest passions: winter sports. The image carry Doig’s unmistakable style. Inspired by the surrounding natural beauty, as well as vintage Swiss ski resort posters, Doig combines bold colors with subtly accented backgrounds, surrounding his trademark human figures. Peter Doig is one of the most influential and recognized names in contemporary figurative art.
In his Polaroids, the photographer and artist Nobuyoshi Araki captures fleeting moments of love, sexual expression and lust staged against an ever-present backdrop of mortality and existential struggle. Araki is one of the most influential Japanese photographers of all time, utilizing stark contrasts in both color and theme to span topics as diverse as fertility, existentialism and the fleeting nature of being. He is especially renowned as a chronicler of the times, whose works have shone a light on the changing sexual attitudes of his society.
The butterfly is a recurring motif in the works of Damien Hirst, symbolizing beauty and transience. The old master of the Young British Artists recalls this imagery in his new five-part series that challenges Eurocentric historical biases. The works - Nur Jahan, Theodora, Wu Zetian, Suiko and Taytu Beytul – carry the names of former empresses of the Mughal, Byzantine, Chinese, Japanese and Ethiopian empires, respectively. The glitter-embedded silkscreen works introduce and immortalize these exalted yet often-overlooked rulers into the Western artistic canon.