ANNOUNCEMENTS

CURA.

February 20, 2018

CURA. 27

A brand-new, yearlong investigation aims to bring us into the sinuous folds of the body: body as a revolutionary field, as a space for antagonism and freedom, as an area of self-definition, questioning new identities, gender, race, and humanity. Body/antibody dichotomy expresses the relation between presence and absence, disclosure and concealment, materiality and virtuality. Featuring a cover by George Henry Longly, launched for the event of... continue reading

The Museum of Everything

February 19, 2018

The Museum of Everything #7 at Museum of New and Old Art (Mona)

There are only a few weeks left to see one of the most talked about shows this season—The Museum of Everything's monumental and critically acclaimed installation at Australia’s Mona (Museum of Old and New Art) before it closes on 2 April 2018. The exhibition is Mona’s most successful independent show to date featuring over 100 authors and 1,500 objects, assembled over 25 bespoke spaces. Large-scale works include Calvin and Ruby... continue reading

ARTBO, International Art Fair of Bogota

February 16, 2018

Open call: ARTBO, International Art Fair of Bogotá 2018

ARTBO, the arts program of Bogotá Chamber of Commerce, announces the 14th edition of ARTBO, International Art Fair of Bogotá, which will take place between October 25 and 28, 2018 with a special preview and vernissage on October 24. ARTBO Fair is now accepting applications through their online platform: aplicativoartbo.com until April 15. ARTBO Fair has positioned itself for its gallery selection and the quality of its experimental and... continue reading

REVIEWS

Sofia Hultén’s “Here’s the Answer, What’s the Question?”
MUSEUM TINGUELY, Basel
Sofia Hultén, History in Imaginary Time, 2012.

by AOIFE ROSENMEYER

I just didn’t get Sofia Hultén’s work Pattern Recognition (2017). Several sets of 12 small perforated metal sheets, like those that hang on workshop walls, are arranged in tidy grids. Each set holds a number of tools or objects, short pieces of chain on one, plastic cutting templates on another,... continue reading

“transmediale festival 2018: face value”
HAUS DER KULTUREN DER WELT, Berlin
Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Finding Fanon (Part Three), 2016.

by PATRICK J. REED

To my left the casual love of mismatched hearts is expiring. The American woman says, “you’re sad,” and the Frenchman nods. She tells him to calm down. It is breathtakingly awkward. They resign themselves to stillness until a grinding electronic drone heralds their graceless end. She makes a break for... continue reading

International Film Festival Rotterdam
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Rotterdam
Zhou Tao, The Worldly Cave, 2017.

by MATT TURNER

The scale and ambition of International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR), which packs 593 short and feature films into 12 days of independent cinema, as well as talks, performances, and gallery installations in venues across the city, makes it almost uniquely difficult to approach, even for the experienced visitor. The sprawling... continue reading

DOSSIER

sp-arte
Anton Kern Gallery
GALLERIA MASSIMODELUCA
Art Newspaper
Friedrich Petzel
e-flux iPad
Art Monthly
Hilger
Air the paris
Tulips & Roses
Vitamin creative space
Cardi Black Box
The Third Line