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/ Liam Gillick
Liam Gillick and Lawrence Weiner’s "A syntax of dependency:" at M HKA, Antwerp
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Christophe Van Gerrewey

After years of close friendship and close reading of each other’s work, Liam Gillick and Lawrence Weiner have finally made an artwork together. "A syntax of dependency:" occupies the first floor of the M HKA in Antwerp—a sort of indoor park interrupted by square columns and large wall openings from one room to the next. Nothing is on display here, at least not in the traditional sense: the only thing the artists have done is to give new flooring to this 1600 m2 space.... continue reading
Liam Gillick's "1848!!!" at Esther Schipper, Berlin
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Kirsty Bell

With an exhaustive monographic exhibition currently on show in Bonn, a lengthy touring retrospective recently over, and last year's opinion-dividing outing in the Venice Biennale's German Pavilion, not to mention the reams of printed matter and symposia that make up the productive phenomenon that is Liam Gillick, what can a small-scale gallery show have to offer?... continue reading

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