ANNOUNCEMENTS

Paris Photo

July 6, 2015
   

Paris Photo announces 2015 exhibitor list

Paris Photo, the international art fair for works in the photographic medium, is proud to announce its premier selection of 167 galleries and publishers for Paris Photo 2015 at the Grand Palais. The 19th edition is held from November 12 through 15. The 2015 gallery list *Air de Paris, Paris / Alain Gutharc, Paris / *Anita Beckers, Frankfurt / Artef, Zürich / Asymetria, Warsaw / Athr, Jeddah / *Atlas, London / Ben Brown, London / Bendana... continue reading

ArtAsiaPacific

July 6, 2015
   

ArtAsiaPacific July/August 2015

For the July/August issue of AAP, we look at visual artists whose practice intertwines elements of other creative disciplines—such as music, philosophy, writing, design or activism—and whose following extends beyond the confines of the art world.  Our Features begin with painter Tomoo Gokita, a boho-geek and hero on the zine and indie-music scenes. Last November, AAP visited the modest Tokyo studio of the jovial 46-year-old... continue reading

Artissima

July 3, 2015
Design: L.Sonnoli, I.Bacchi (Tassinari/Vetta). Design: L.Sonnoli, I.Bacchi (Tassinari/Vetta).

Artissima 2015: the curatorial fair

Artissima, International Fair of Contemporary Art, will return to the Oval in Turin from 6 to 8 November 2015. Artissima 2015 will involve curators and collectors in the fair's programme, to a degree unprecedented within Italy or elsewhere. Art collecting is a crucial driving force for the country's cultural and economic life. Having combined attention to the international art market with the promotion of the most innovative research for 22... continue reading

REVIEWS

“Momentum 8: Tunnel Vision”
8TH NORDIC BIENNIAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART, Moss
Lundahl & Seitl, Symphony of a Missing Room (Kunstmuseum Bern), 2014

by BARBARA SIRIEIX

In Kafka’s “The Burrow” (1931), one of his last unfinished short stories, the reader is taken through a network of tunnels, built by the constructor-narrator, which constitutes his home, his fortress, and his life’s obsession. The channels ploughed by his fixated thoughts seem to merge with those of his... continue reading

“Daily Business”
LAMBDALAMBDALAMBDA, Pristina
View of “Daily Business,” LambdaLambdaLambda, Pristina, 2015.

by OVUL O. DURMUSOGLU

The end of Mother Theresa Boulevard, a pedestrian street in downtown Pristina, is marked by the slightly run-down Grand Hotel Prishtina and its weird twin, a post-war attachment to the main building. It is a sunny Saturday afternoon, summer has definitely arrived, and excited teenagers dressed up for their school... continue reading

Lorraine O’Grady
ALEXANDER GRAY ASSOCIATES, New York
View of Lorraine O'Grady, Alexander Gray Associates, New York, 2015.

by ALAN GILBERT

In the “Dada Manifesto on Feeble Love and Brittle Love” from 1920, Tristan Tzara famously provided instructions on how to write a Dada poem: get a newspaper and some scissors, snip out individual words and put them in a bag, shake it and then withdraw slivers of text, write down... continue reading

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