THE SEEN - Issue 08

THE SEEN - Issue 08
Author: Stephanie Cristello (Ed.)
Language: English
Pages: 172
Size: 32 x 26 cm
Weight: 612 g
Binding: Softcover
Availability: In stock
Price: €8.00
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THE SEEN, Chicago’s International Journal of Contemporary & Modern Art, features in-depth writing on exhibitions, as well as highlight essays, artist profiles, and reviews.
Born out of a need for international art criticism within the city and context of Chicago’s thriving art scene, THE SEEN was founded in 2013 by Editor-in-Chief Stephanie Cristello, and has continued to expand distribution and readership throughout the United States and Europe. With a network of Staff Writers reporting from around the world, THE SEEN features exclusive pieces and new commissions on the best in international contemporary art, which most recently has included special edition inserts that meld the art object and the printed page.

Issue 08 // Letter from the Editor
By Stephanie Cristello


Prisoner of Love // Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
By Jameson Paige

Brick by Brick: Per Kirkeby // Kunsthalle Krems
By Ezara Spangl

Stateless: Views of Global Migration // Museum of Contemporary Photography
By Noah Hanna

Oscar Tuazon: Water School // MSU Broad
By Gabrielle Welsh

Forgotten Forms: Edra Soto and Yhelena Hall // Chicago Cultural Center
By Susan Snodgrass

Special Edition Insert

Under the Cover of Night: Kleine Welt // Part II
By Dieter Roelstraete

Eduardo Terrazas // MEXICO 1968
By Stephanie Cristello


On the Cover
Colonial Consumption: Yinka Shonibare CBE // Driehaus Museum
By Joel Kuennen

Brain Trust: Performing Biodata // Jason J. Snell
By Patrick J. Reed

Collapse: Joan Morey // Profile of the Artist
By Latitudes (Mariana Cánepa Luna & Max Andrews)

Viewing Conflict Photography // Don McCullin: Changes in Looking
By William Davie

The Weight of a Political Line: Art and Comics // Yvan Alagbé, Jessica Campbell, and Edie Fake
By Caroline Picard

Through Smoke and Across Dissent: Power Plays with Perfumery // Aleesa Cohene, Sands Murray-Wassink, and Clara Ursitti
By Matt Morris


Laurie Simmons: Big Camera, Little Camera // Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
By Natalie Hegert

The Psychology of Painting: Dexter Dalwood // Profile of the Artist
By Alfredo Cramerotti

An Emotional State of Mind — Hyon Gyon: Parasol Unit // Profile of the Artist
By Kostas Prapoglou

The Panoptic Loop // In Conversation with Anna Martine Whitehead
By Mary L. Coyne

Tobias Kaspar // Profile of the Artist
By Carter Mull and Laura Dennis