ANNOUNCEMENTS

Marsèlleria

October 22, 2014
Invernomuto, Wondo Genet - preliminary study, 2014. Collage. Courtesy of the artists and Marsèlleria. Invernomuto, Wondo Genet - preliminary study, 2014. Collage. Courtesy of the artists and Marsèlleria.

Invernomuto at Marsèlleria

Marsèlleria presents a solo show by the artistic duo Invernomuto, from Thursday 23 October to Saturday 29 November.  The exhibition is designed as an overview of the last three years of artistic research and production by the duo, comprising Simone Bertuzzi and Simone Trabucchi. It takes the form of a narrative and reflection on themes generating varied, multi-faceted content that is at the same time harmonious and coherent.  The exhibition... continue reading

Open Art Projects

October 22, 2014
Otwock Wielki, the storage of Centre for Modern Design of the National Museum in Warsaw. Otwock Wielki, the storage of Centre for Modern Design of the National Museum in Warsaw.

“Otwock”/ Season 4: Duties and Pleasures

"Otwock" is a project revolving around the relationship between art and site. Its participants, working in the eponymous city, refer to the local setting and its context. The starting point for this year's iteration was the group of 25,000 unique objects kept in Otwock Wielki.... continue reading

Kohn Gallery

October 22, 2014

Kohn Gallery at FIAC 2014

Kohn Gallery is pleased to present a historical booth showcasing rare and important works by artists Bruce Conner, Larry Bell, Joe Goode, and Wallace Berman. Present in the booth will be a selection of rare verifax collages by Wallace Berman (1949–1976), an important artist from the Beat Generation who is considered by many to have paved the way for the art of assemblage. Kohn Gallery will present several of his larger, complex collages that... continue reading

REVIEWS

Pierre Huyghe’s “In. Border. Deep”
HAUSER & WIRTH, London
View of Pierre Huyghe’s “In. Border. Deep,” Hauser & Wirth, London, 2014.

by JEREMY MILLAR

Amber is a form of slow catastrophe, a long compression. A transformation, then, of the resin which once flowed thickly down branch and trunk before these extremities were replaced by those of heat and pressure found deep within chthonic sedimentation. A “beaming sun” (elektron) caught underground, amber’s classical name was... 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.

by STEFAN HEIDENREICH

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.

by COLIN PERRY

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

DOSSIER

Mean Girls: Keren Cytter and “Vengeance”

by MELISSA GRONLUND

“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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