ANNOUNCEMENTS

IMAGE/IMATGE

July 20, 2018

Alexis Guillier at IMAGE/IMATGE

Do you want to see something really scary? Dan Aykroyd in Twilight Zone: The Movie It's only a movie! Michael Jackson in Thriller I was never at the Indian Dunes location of Twilight Zone on the night of the accident or at any other time. Steven Spielberg, official declaration, December 1, 1982 If I had known they were using the real thing… Vic Morrow in Screen Parade, 12/1983 1982: A Landmark Year for... continue reading

Artissima

July 19, 2018

Artissima 2018: participating galleries and artists

25 years of discovery and experimentation, innovation and enhancement, emotion and art. 25 vibrant, dynamic years, pulsating and intense, which have made Artissima Italy’s foremost contemporary art fair. Artissima returns to the Oval Pavilion in Turin from November 2 to 4 to offer the public a wonderful opportunity to fall in love with the latest developments in art and a unique journey of exploration and discovery.... continue reading

Iceberg Projects 

July 18, 2018

David Wojnarowicz and collaborators at Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University

David Wojnarowicz is arguably one of the most important artists to emerge from the New York art world of the 1980s. While his career spanned less than 20 years—his life was cut short due to AIDS at the age of 37—from 1979 to 1992 he created a large body of work in collage, paintings, photography, performances, sculpture, writing and video. In Iceberg Projects exhibition, David Wojnarowicz: Flesh of My Flesh, themes of desire and... continue reading

REVIEWS

“Hyperobjects”
BALLROOM MARFA, Marfa
Emilija Skarnulyte, Sirenomelia, 2018.

by TRAVIS DIEHL

In the back of Ballroom Marfa plays Emilija Škarnulyte’s video Sirenomelia (2018)—a short apocalyptic trilogy that explores the ruins of some of our species’ most advanced achievements in physics. A camera drifts, disembodied, through the Super-Kamiokande neutrino observatory in Japan. Pieces of CERN’s giant supercollider in Switzerland peel apart as... continue reading

Double Take—“Signals: If You Like I Shall Grow”
THOMAS DANE GALLERY, London
View  of  "Signals:  If  You Like  I  Shall  Grow,"  kurimanzutto  hosted  by  Thomas  Dane  Gallery,  London,  2018.

by LORENA MUNOZ-ALONSO AND ISOBEL HARBISON

Double Take is a feature of art-agenda in which two authors review the same exhibition. Written separately, the two texts share the same images and are published below. –By Isobel Harbison “Signals: If You Like I Shall Grow” is an exhibition of works that come from a past that was alive to... continue reading

Hiwa K’s “Blind as the Mother Tongue”
NEW MUSEUM, New York
Hiwa K, Pre-Image (Blind as the Mother Tongue), 2017.

by ANIA SZREMSKI

Hiwa K doesn’t believe that art can change anything. Following a screening of his videos at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the Iraqi-Kurdish artist explained his frustration with the uselessness of the whole contemporary art enterprise in the face of profound global violence. To hear him say that he doesn’t... continue reading

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