Even #3

Even #3
Author: Jason Farago (ed.)
Publisher: Even Magazine, LLC
Language: English
Pages: 144
Size: 230 x 165 cm
Weight: 402 g
Binding: Softcover
ISBN:
Availability: In stock
Price: €15.00
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Even is a new magazine that interprets contemporary art, its structures and its environment. Published three times a year, Even features long-form articles that range from monographic studies to broad critical analysis; distinctive reviews that take in multiple exhibitions at museums and galleries worldwide; and extensive interviews with artists and arts professionals.

Even seeks to break the deadlock between academic obscurantism on one side, and top-ten lists and party coverage on the other. With a unique and legible voice, Even revives the tradition of criticism for the twenty-first century.

Even #3

ESSAYS
THE ROBOT’S MIXTAPE
The boundary between man and
machine became foggy long before
the advent of Instagram and Spotify.
Your computer is already smarter
than you; might it soon have better
taste, too?
by Deirdre Loughridge

LOUDSPEAKERS
Anri Sala has never turned back
from his early training in cinema.
But his newest videos reveal an artist
who puts more faith in soundtracks
than in scripts
by Daniel Fairfax

THE SOUTHERN DYNASTY
For the first time in 12 years,
Argentina’s president is no longer
named Kirchner. A postmortem
of the art of the “K Era,” and of its
vehement debates over freedom
of expression
by Florencia Malbrán

INTERVIEWS
NEÏL BELOUFA
December 23, 2015, 9:30 a.m., at Le
Sarah Bernhardt café, Châtelet, Paris

URSULA VON RYDINGSVARD
January 6, 2016, 11:00 a.m., above
a woodworking studio in Bushwick

NEGATIVES
Chantal Akerman’s Manhattan
The Louvre goes back to work
Brazil’s tax authority as curator

REVIEWS
I Which scares you more: terrorism
or climate change, war or warming?
A Louvre exhibition stared down both
this unseasonable winter, while Olafur
Eliasson melted all too elegantly
by Thomas Chatterton Williams

II Giorgio Morandi and Robert
Ryman: two paragons of shy-guy
painterly seriousness. Form and
formlessness in a world fading from
beige to white
by John Ganz

III After 1945 Warsaw was rethought,
redrawn, and constructed on ruins.
The postwar settlement gave shape to
today’s Poland, where the art is flecked
with debris
by Karol Sienkiewicz

IV In just a decade, little Norway has
been transformed into an oil-fueled
artistic hothouse. Transformed, too,
by a refugee crisis that has reached the
Arctic circle, and shocked artists into
action
by Johanne Nordby Wernø

PORTFOLIO
The art of
MATHIEU K. ABONNENC
: museums and antimalarials