ANNOUNCEMENTS

X-TRA

September 30, 2016
   

X-TRA Fall Issue: Bombs, Birds, Bricks

The fall issue of X-TRA is here. Order now. Travis Diehl reflects on Nancy Spero's influence on Frances Stark and delves into questions of sex, death, motherhood and ambivalence in his review of Stark's exhibition UH-OH! at the Hammer Museum. Pip Wallis considers the radical potential of desire and the cyborg in her review of Laure Prouvost's exhibition A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek at Fahrenheit, Los Angeles. Jon Leaver contemplates the... continue reading

Frieze

September 30, 2016
Marlene Dumas, Amy Blue, 2011. Courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery, Collection National Portrait Gallery, London. Marlene Dumas, Amy Blue, 2011. Courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery, Collection National Portrait Gallery, London.

Frieze Masters Talks 2016

Featuring speakers including Judith Clark, Marlene Dumas, Okwui Enwezor, Gabriele Finaldi, Philippe Parreno, James Rondeau, Alastair Sooke, Sheena Wagstaff and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Frieze Masters Talks explores the history of art and its significance in contemporary practice. The programme is co-curated for the first time by Tim Marlow (Artistic Director, Royal Academy of Arts) and Jennifer Higgie (Co-Editor frieze &... continue reading

Paris Photo

September 29, 2016
20 April 1979, Paris, rue Henri Barbusse. © Denis Roche. Courtesy Galerie Le Réverbère, Lyon. 20 April 1979, Paris, rue Henri Barbusse. © Denis Roche. Courtesy Galerie Le Réverbère, Lyon.

Paris Photo 2016 programme

November 10 through 13, Paris Photo, the international art fair for photography, will reunite 153 galleries and 30 art book dealers for its 20th and largest edition to date. Discover the most important selection of exceptional photographic works from 30 countries worldwide. On view in the main sector are historic and vintage works, unique pieces, rare editions and contemporary creations. PRISMES, dedicated to large formats, series and... continue reading

REVIEWS

Warsaw Gallery Weekend
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Warsaw
Błażej Pindor, Deconstruction, 2016.

by ORIT GAT

In a city where most galleries are located in apartments, the experience of visiting exhibitions goes against the art-tourist impulse to catch as catch can. Stand outside buildings, buzz in, climb stairs, see the neighbors in the hallway—it’s an experience of proximity that is different from viewing art at a... continue reading

Madrid Roundup
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Madrid
View of David Lamelas, “Intimidad Territorial,” Parra & Romero, Madrid, 2016.

by ARIELLE BIER

In 2015, Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy declared that the financial crisis, which began when global markets collapsed in 2008, was over, but that its legacy still endured.(1) When recession hits, luxury goods dealers are among the first to panic, and the art market is no exception; luckily for Spain,... continue reading

Double Take—Bergen Assembly freethought’s “Infrastructure Summit,” USF Verftet, Bergen Assembly 2016.

by KJETIL ROED AND BARBARA SIRIEIX

Double Take is a feature of art-agenda in which two authors review the same exhibition. Written independently, the two texts share the same images and are published below. —by Kjetil Røed This year’s Bergen Triennial is a mix of carnival, dry reflection, and the reshuffling of archives. The first Bergen Assembly, held in... continue reading

DOSSIER

The breeder
Cardi Black Box
Art Paris Art Fair
Sprueth Magers
art-agenda
galeria nara roesler
Afterimage
Tulips & Roses
Carolina Nitsch
Camera Austria
P420
Kaleidoscope
Xavier Hufkens