ANNOUNCEMENTS

Flash Art International

June 28, 2017
Courtesy of Flash Art Books Courtesy of Flash Art Books

Aperto ’93: Emergency / Emergenza catalog published by Flash Art Books

Flash Art Books is pleased to announce that the catalog of Aperto '93: Emergency / Emergenza—the first Biennial exhibition to be conceived both as an art magazine and as a full-scale exhibition within an exhibition—is now available to buy. This is a limited edition of the original publication. Comprising 146 artists and 13 curators, organized by Flash Art publisher Helena Kontova in collaboration with Francesco Bonami, Nicolas Bourriaud,... continue reading

India Art Fair

June 28, 2017
Photo: Andy Barnham. Photo: Andy Barnham.

Applications open: India Art Fair 2018

India Art Fair—South Asia's leading Modern and Contemporary Art Fair, invites galleries to apply for its tenth edition, February 9 to 12, 2018 in New Delhi.  As the first member of MCH group's portfolio of regional art and design fairs, India Art Fair will continue its commitment to South Asian Art and further establish its position as a portal into the region's cultural landscape. Working closely with its exhibitors, the fair will present... continue reading

Mousse

June 27, 2017
Yan Xing, Dangerous Afternoon, 2017. Courtesy: the artist Yan Xing, Dangerous Afternoon, 2017. Courtesy: the artist

Mousse #59 out now

As of 2017, narcissism is the go-to term to convey myriad issues: from simple self-involvement to psychopathic abuse. Narcissism is used with the same ease to refer to the poses of teenage girls on Instagram and the delusions of Donald Trump. Kathy Noble focuses on the manifestations of narcissism in recent art that consider the construction and performance of identity in American culture. Just as every book creates its ideal reader, every... continue reading

REVIEWS

Kerry Tribe’s “the word the wall la palabra la pared”
PARQUE GALERíA, Mexico City
View of Kerry Tribe's "the word the wall la palabra la pared," Parque Galería, Mexico City, 2017.

by CATALINA LOZANO

For her first exhibition in Mexico City, LA-based artist Kerry Tribe removed the front wall of Parque Galería and transformed it into a makeshift screening room. The crumbling architecture, with its exposed dry walls and frayed edges, introduces an exhibition in which seemingly solid physical and psychical structures are undone. Tribe’s... continue reading

Jérôme Bel’s “76’38’’ + ∞”
CENTRO PECCI, Prato
Jérôme Bel, Compagnia, compagnia, 2017.

by BARBARA CASAVECCHIA

The new extension of Centro Pecci (designed by NIO Architecten Rotterdam, and inaugurated last fall) is a ring-shaped volume clad in golden aluminum, halfway between a UFO from a 1950s B-movie and the corporate headquarters of a German car brand, surrounded by an urban sprawl of office blocks, residential buildings,... continue reading

John Gerrard’s “X. laevis (Spacelab)”
SIMON PRESTON, New York
View of John Gerrard's "X. laevis (Spacelab)," Simon Preston Gallery, New York.

by LAURA MCLEAN-FERRIS

Where is the bright line between life and the simulation of life? And what then are the criteria for assessing aliveness? These questions are forever reconstituted and assessed anew at life’s fringes—around automata, the dead, artificial intelligence. 2017’s prestige AI television series Westworld is only the most recent thinking-through of... continue reading

DOSSIER

Art Newspaper
Camera Austria
Tulips & Roses
galeria nara roesler
Hilger
Marion
Friedrich Petzel
ArtAsiaPacific
X-TRA
Aperture
Afterimage
Brooklyn Rail
Sprueth Magers