Revolution on the Table

  “At first glance, the picture Revolution on the Table (2011) is merely a painterly reproduction of a [...]

Between Stars And Women

  "The Viennese exhibition was opened by three diptychs depicting women: Zarah Leander at Her Zenith, [...]

Nazi Holidays

    "In Nazi Holidays (2011), Adach made use of a photograph from an album found in Germany a [...]

Birches

  "When Adach for the first time visited the Treblinka camp in September 2004, he got lost on his way back [...]

Wolves

    "The wolf appeared on the cover of the aggressively nationalistic magazine Phalanx (a [...]

Visa de censure (Lost horizon)

  Visa de censure (Lost horizon) presents the active power of this dream-like leaning: an ideal palace of [...]

The Benjaminian Child

  "Adam Adach sends us back to our childhood - when the experience of signs is mixed up with life [...]

Judenbuche’s century

Judenbuche's century Le siècle de Die Judenbuche Das Jahrhundert der Judenbuche   « “These [...]

Darwin’s Turtle

  "With a slightly ironical distance, Adach approaches the recent attempt of some of our pseudo-politicians [...]

Warsaw Sun

  "The photograph is an unfinished sentence, a trace, the fragment of a story. Sometimes the author himself [...]

Niked

    "The sculpture, composed of two figures - heroic male nudes - is a masterpiece of the [...]

Mars Berlin Hollywood

"Even when the painting seems to escape history (1909 Curiosity [Berlin]), it sends us back to a déjà-vu (as a [...]

Brothers-Pansies-Thoughts

  “It is common knowledge that the artist is both something of a scientist and of a 'bricoleur'. By [...]