REVIEWS

/ MAAIKE LAUWAERT
Kelley Walker

GALERIE CATHERINE BASTIDE, Brussels

View of Kelley Walker, Galerie Catherine Bastide, Brussels, 2012.
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Maaike Lauwaert

“It’s not easy being green.” To some, this line will evoke the Apple commercial showing a camera circling the new (green) iMac against a white background. Through the green plastic one could see part of the inside of the computer, and the sad voice of Kermit the Frog slowly pulling... continue reading
Ursula Mayer’s “Gonda”

JULIèTTE JONGMA, Amsterdam

Ursula Mayer, Gonda, 2012.
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Maaike Lauwaert

Book blurbs often say things like “unputdownable” or “you want to start rereading the book as soon as you’ve finished it.” The film Gonda (2012) by Ursula Mayer (1970, born in Austria, lives and works in London) has this same compelling and luring quality. As soon as her 30-minute film... continue reading
View of, “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, 2011.
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Maaike Lauwaert

The title of Wilfredo Prieto’s solo show at Annet Gelink Gallery in Amsterdam is as witty as it is tricky. “The Emperor’s New Clothes” takes its name from the well-known 19th-century tale by Hans Christian Andersen on vanity, cunning, and the willing suspension of disbelief, a tale about a narcissistic... continue reading

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