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Stefan Tcherepnin’s “The Mad Masters”

STEDELIJK MUSEUM, Amsterdam

View of Stefan Tcherepnin's "The Mad Masters," Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2018.
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Tom Morton

It’s hard to think of another Muppet, or any other fictional character, with so streamlined a motivation as the Cookie Monster. Debuting in the kids’ TV show Sesame Street in 1969, this bug-eyed, blue-furred humanoid has spent almost five decades in the relentless pursuit of sugary biscuits, to the exclusion... continue reading
View of Stefan Tcherepnin’s “Stefan ‘Jackson’ Tcherepnin, 2014–2017: The Missing Years,” Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich, 2017.
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Daniel Horn

At a recent film screening in Zurich, an artist whose work was about to be premiered half-joked about the emergent trend of updating exhibition press releases with references to the recent US presidential election and the theme of imminent universal doom left behind by November’s stunning outcome. Suddenly, there’s a... continue reading

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