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/ TESS EDMONSON
Manifesto published on the occasion of the Experimental Education Protocol, Nisyros, 2016.
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Tess Edmonson

Spaces is a feature of art-agenda that proposes a thematic examination of exhibition spaces based on the analysis of their physical and spatial configurations. Every two months, art-agenda publishes a new reflection on galleries’ architecture, identity, and relation with their historical and geographical context. The latest feature of Spaces considers... continue reading
9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, Akademie der Künste. Image courtesy of Akademie der Künste.
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Tess Edmonson

Berlin’s history of internecine violence is visible on its civic surface, a characteristic that holds currency in both mainstream and art tourism; what differentiates these two modes is a style rather than a politics. Who can say what a city means? Gentrification mistakes lack of capital for lack of life, confuses... continue reading
View of Jeanette Mundt, “Heroin: Cape Cod, USA,” Off Vendome, New York, 2016.
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Tess Edmonson

Of the six paintings that make up Jeanette Mundt’s “Heroin: Cape Cod, USA,” three render figures of women at rest. Of these, Jeanette Mundt (all works 2016) is a self-portrait; we see her body contorted into the archetypal pose of the butt selfie: the back side of her body facing... continue reading
View of Galerie Neu at abc art berlin contemporary, 2015, with works by Karl Holmqvist.
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Tess Edmonson

As with all art fairs, the advent of Berlin’s abc art berlin contemporary brings with it a smallish number of collectors and a torrent of platitudes, most of them having to do with how depressing it is to look at art as though shopping. I wonder if it might be... continue reading

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