Spike #68 Summer 2021, Rita Vitorelli (Ed.)

Posted in art, magazines on June 29th, 2021
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Spike #68 Summer 2021: Patriarchy

Spike’s summer issue infiltrates enemy territory, probing the patriarchy and exploring the many forms it takes today. From a polemic in favor of anarchy to a takedown of Silicon Valley tech-bro tribalism, our contributors take on the powers that be, igniting debates about privilege and control hotter than Hot Girl Summer. Can women perpetuate the patriarchy? Who are the biggest daddies in the art world today? How do you become a successful artist? Also featuring portraits of the late Jack Smith, Taiwanese-born cyberfeminist pioneer She Lea Cheang, and a group portrait of young artists fighting the extractive identity matrix, alongside a scrumptious hit of Schadenfreude care of “Dum Dum Boys” — because we’re not above the occasional punching up. With contributions by Peaches, Slavoj Žižek, Catherine Malabou, Renate Lorenz, Tea Hacic-Vlahovic, Simone Fattal, and many more, and reviews from Guangzhou to Mexico City. Hate it, or really hate it, the patriarchy is is the target. Aim low.

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Jack Smith, Antonius Höckelmann

Posted in art, exhibition catalogue on December 29th, 2012
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This new publication documents an exhibition that took place in 2010 in the window of our antiquarian bookstore. Michael Krebber presented here in collaboration with Sebastian Höckelmann works by Antonius Höckelmann and Jack Smith.

Author: Jack Smith, Antonius Höckelmann
Publisher: Galerie Buchholz
Language: English / German
Pages: 48
Size: 22.5 x 21.5 cm
Binding: Softcover
D 18€
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