Tags: Rita Vitorelli (ed), Spike #33
By Haegue Yang: Jimmie Durham, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Damián Ortega, Yiso Bahc, Beom Kim.
French curator Nicolas Bourriaud and American critic Fionn Meade have different views on the most important exhibition in the world.
Tal Beery, member of Occupy Museums, on the artist as activist.
Krist Gruijthuijsen on »On becoming something else« (2009) by Ben Kinmont.
Marina Fokidis founded Kunsthalle Athena with the goal of bringing the public arena into closer contact with art. A conversation with Filipa Ramos.
47 Canal, the young gallery in Downtown Manhattan owned by artist Margaret Lee and ex-director of Alexander and Bonin, Oliver Newton. By Karen Archey.
PORTRAIT NICOLE EISENMAN
Between pathos and horseplay, dirty jokes and serious politics. Joanna Fiduccia on the work of the American painter.
The Austrian artist passed away in July. Pier Luigi Tazzi, Stefan Ratibor, and Gelatin remember him.
PORTRAIT CHRISTIAN FALSNAES
The language and symbolism of demonstrations, powerful emotions, crowd surfing, karaoke, glam-rock costumes and 80s-style music videos. Carson Chan in conversation with the performance artist Christian Falsnaes.
PORTRAIT OSKAR FISCHINGER
The abstract animations of the German artist, an emigrant to LA, were long appreciated only by radical formalists and avant-garde visionaries. Fionn Meade on a rediscovery.
The spectre of communism is haunting the art biennials of Europe. By Nick Currie.
ARTHUR BOTO CONLEY’S MUSIC WORKSHOP
Two records by the elusive ethnomusicologist Arthur Boto Conley. By John Beeson.
SLOW FADING L.A.
By Jon Leon
By Patricia Ellis, Tenzing Barshee, Dani Gal, Eivind Furnesvik, Angela Stief.
Reviews of international exhibitions
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