October 20, 2014
Image courtesy of CHOICES. Image courtesy of CHOICES.

The second edition of CHOICES Collectors Weekend

On the strength of its success in 2014, CHOICES Collectors Weekend, a key event for Parisian galleries, will organize its second edition from 29 to 31 May 2015, bringing together nearly 40 galleries. For three days, collectors, professionals and art lovers will be invited to discover each gallery's special program. In 2015, the itinerary will span from Belleville to Saint-Germain via Le Marais, the rue Louise Weiss and the Palais-Royal. Each... continue reading

Galerie Ernst Hilger

October 20, 2014
Joan Miró, Paysage nocturne (W7798), 1976. Crayon and pastel crayon on paper, 38 x 28 cm. Joan Miró, Paysage nocturne (W7798), 1976. Crayon and pastel crayon on paper, 38 x 28 cm.

Joan Miró at Galerie Ernst Hilger

Joan Miró, Paysage nocturne (W7798), 1976. Crayon and pastel crayon on paper, 38 x 28 cm. Joan Miró – Graphic Works, Sculpture, Works on Paper November 12–December 13, 2014 Opening: November 11, 7pm Special event: November 14, 7pm In the presence of the artist’s grandson Joan Punyet Miró Galerie Ernst Hilger Dorotheergasse 5 1010 Vienna Austria Share With the... continue reading


October 18, 2014
Design: Alan Woo. Design: Alan Woo.

e-flux conversations

This autumn will be our fifteen-year anniversary. Since the beginning of e-flux, discussion and dissemination of urgent artistic and social ideas have been at the center of all our activities. However, until now we have taken a fairly traditional approach to developing this content: through commissioned essays, exhibition reviews, or press communiqués. This month, we are launching a new platform for in-depth open discussions pertaining to art... continue reading


“Let The Body Be Electric, Let There Be Whistleblowers”
DAN GUNN, Berlin
View of “Let The Body Be Electric, Let There Be Whistleblowers,” Dan Gunn, Berlin, 2014.


There is a problem facing the history of media: that time can not be represented independently of the technologies of information. We cannot simply write a historical account of technical inventions, because these inventions themselves structure the temporality of events and processes in our world. This is, at least, according... continue reading

London Round-up Lindsay Seers, Nowhere Less Now, 2012.


Outside the Frieze Art Fair’s tented metropolis in Regent’s Park, London’s more permanent gallery spaces this week offered countless illuminated or screen-based spectacles. I was transported, more than once, into other worlds: dizzying screen-spaces in which gender, geography, and time blur and fracture. This was all the more pronounced because,... continue reading

Frieze Art Fair
View of Frieze Art Fair, London, 2014.


Here’s how you make the most of an art fair booth: hang two-dimensional works on the walls you’ve got, place a large sculpture on the floor in the center, locate a round table with a few chairs in a corner. The result of such standardization is the rise of fair... continue reading


Mean Girls: Keren Cytter and “Vengeance”


“I’m so excited,” a young woman says, about an advertising meeting that would make your eyes water with boredom. “Don’t worry, that’ll pass,” her older colleague replies. It’s a flat cliché, and he delivers it with a withering smile of self-congratulation. The woman appears put down, but you get the feeling that’s... continue reading

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