Saturday 25th October 2014


Neon Cactus is an online magazine conceptualised and created by Veronique Geiger. It conveys a creative vision that is attention-grabbing, and truly individual. Neon Cactus features anything, from anywhere in the world, that we think to be unusual, bold and exciting – art exhibitions, fashion boutiques, restaurants, books, furniture.. the list is endless.

So you may wonder why Neon Cactus? To us Neon means ‘stand out from the crowd’. We are constantly looking for subjects that have what we call a ‘neon-esque’ aesthetic. Images, stories, recipes with a unique look and a unique and unforgettable aesthetc. For the cactus part.. Well first we love the way cacti look, especially those tall ones that you find in Mexico. Then we also realised that many of our favorite things are a bit prickly on the outside and soft and gooey on the inside – that’s what makes them so intriguing.



Ink Art : Past as Present in Contemporary China, at Metropolitan of Art
until April 6th, 2014
Kandinsky in Paris, 1934 - 1944, Guggenheim Museum                                                                                                                                                                              until April 23rd, 2014


Rachel Howard : Northern Echo, Blain Sothern
until March 22nd, 2014
Richard Deacon, Tate Britain 
until April 27th, 2014 
Fischli/Weiss : Rock on Top of another Rock,  Serpentine Gallery 
March 7th - March 6th, 2014


Beijing Voice : Relations, Pace Gallery, Beijing 
until March 8th, 2014
A dream I dreamed, Yayoi Kusama, MOCA, Shanghai 
until March 30th, 2014