Spike #30

Spike #30
Author: Rita Vitorelli (Ed.)
Publisher: New Art Club
Language: English - Deutsch
Pages: 138
Size: 22.5 x 28 cm
Weight: 523 g
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: -
Availability: In stock
Price: €9.50
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CONTENTS 30

ARTIST’S FAVOURITES
By Saâdane Afif: Katarina Burin, Natalie Czech, Jofroi Amaral, Nathan Peter, Lina Viste Grønli, Adrien Missika

ESSAY

Changes in the Economy of the kunstbetrieb, Part 3: The Freedom of the Curator
By Daniel Baumann

ARTISTS TALK

Markus Schinwald talks to David Cronenberg
 about cinematic sublimation and blank beginnings

CURATOR’S KEY

Fabrice Stroun, forthcoming director of the Kunsthalle Bern on O-ism by Jim Shaw

GALLERIES
Jennifer Teets on the new programmgalerie Marcelle Alix, Paris

INSTITUTION
David Roberts Art Foundation in London is
a new and innovative exhibition space by a private collector. By Adam Carr

COLLECTIONS

A secret history of art: Steven Leiber’s collection
of art ephemera in San Francisco. By Matthew Post

PORTRAIT TOM BURR

Camp, appropriation and politics meet in the work of
this American artist. An Interview by Gianni Jetzer

PORTRAIT MOYRA DAVEY
Fionn Meade finds an obsession with collecting, systematic listing and nostalgic resistance in the photographs of this Canadian artist

PORTRAIT PETER FRIEDL
This Austrian artist never fails to surprise with unexpected strategies that defy all trends. By Raimar Stange

ART & POLITICS

Adam E. Mendelsohn takes a look at Occupy Wall
Street and asks some players in the art world what 
they make of it

ARTIST’S READINGS

Annika von Hausswolff talks to Mika Hannula about Maurice Blanchot’s The Madness of the Day

ARCHITECTURE

Charles Moore’s Piazza d’Italia in New Orleans reveals the topicality of postmodernism. By Michele D’Aurizio

SEDUCTION
or the things we like

REVIEWS

Reviews of international exhibitions

THE PFAFF BROTHERS

A Child is Born on the Internet