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/ PEDRO NEVES MARQUES
Michael Stevenson’s “Signs & Wonders”

CARL FREEDMAN GALLERY, London

View of Michael Stevenson, "Signs & Wonders," Carl Freedman Gallery, London, 2016.
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Pedro Neves Marques

There is a subplot in Harmony Korine’s movie Mister Lonely (2007) that would make a fitting companion to Michael Stevenson’s exhibition “Signs & Wonders.” It tells the story of a nun who survives her fall from a missionary aid plane flying over the forests of Panama. The miracle inspires her... continue reading
Stan Douglas, The Secret Agent, 2015.
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Pedro Neves Marques

November 25, 1975 marked the beginning of the end of Portugal’s Processo Revolucionário em Curso (Ongoing Revolutionary Process). This brief socialist experiment, which began with the Carnation Revolution of April 25, 1974, marked the attempt by an alliance between the military, workers’ unions, and political movements to free the country... continue reading
Joachim Koester’s “Body Electric”

GREENE NAFTALI, New York

Joachim Koester, "Body Electric," Greene Naftali, New York, 2015.
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Pedro Neves Marques

“Nothing is true, everything is permitted.” A fine phrase for art, but just as eerily appropriate for politics in these days of technocratic, neoliberal control over “non-societies” jam-packed with contemporary “me only” pathologies—from entrepreneurship bullshit to non-dom tax evasion. What William Burroughs couldn’t possibly have imagined was how this iconic... continue reading

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