A different variety of painterly conceptualism is on show at Galerie Andrea Caratsch
, of a markedly different hue. While Baldessari’s paintings combine languorous humour with a Pop sensibility, ’s
monumental curved monochromes in red, green, blue, black, and yellow (all Untitled
, 2015) suggest blankness and impersonality. Installed around the gallery’s walls, these works suggest a non-believer’s equivalent to ’s
famous chapel beside The Menil Collection
in Houston, Texas. But where Rothko’s multi-layered canvases invite the viewer into spiritual contemplation, Mosset’s bounce back the gaze.