Goldin+Senneby, The Decapitation of Money, with Angus Cameron (economic geographer), K.D. (fictional author), Anna Heymowska (set designer), Johan Hjerpe (graphic designer), Kerwin Rolland (sound designer), 2010.

Maria Lind

(Libretto Adapted by Pamela Carter)(1) Cast Maria Lind — Mezzo-Soprano Goldin — Tenor Senneby — Baritone Security Manager — Soprano Staff and Visitors — Chorus Elephant — Non-singing Scene The lobby of the Financial Supervisory Authority, Stockholm. 3 p.m., November 23, 2016. Artists Goldin and Senneby are waiting for curator Maria Lind, with whom they have agreed to record a... continue reading
Spiros Hadjidjanos


(Foreground) Spiros Hadjidjanos, Network/ed Pillars (Taraxacum Officinale Arrangement), 2016. (Background) Spiros Hadjidjanos, Crowd Simulation Breakdown, 2016.

Elvia Wilk

Spiros Hadjidjanos’s third solo show at Future Gallery is both technically and conceptually complex—it’s up to the viewer to decide how far down the rabbit hole to go. Yet each work functions on multiple levels, and is rewarding in equal proportion to how much time one dedicates to figuring it... continue reading
View of Ai Weiwei's “Roots and Branches,” Lisson Gallery, New York, 2016.

Andrew Stefan Weiner

Whatever one might think of Ai Weiwei, he has made it impossible to simply not think about him. Ai’s will-to-notoriety has led to him to become all but ubiquitous, with much of this publicity deriving from his transformation into the world’s most prominent artist-activist. Critical reactions to this development have... continue reading
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, CINEMA (QM.15), 2016.

Antje Stahl

I was sent into darkness. I couldn’t see a single thing. There was a fuzzy light right behind the gallery door illuminating press releases laid out on a small table, and a gallery staffer equipped with a small flashlight. But she simply pointed into the dark: “That way.” That way was... continue reading
View of David Noonan's "Lead Light," Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2016.

Claudia Arozqueta

David Noonan and Renee So, whose work is shown in concurrent solo exhibitions at Sydney’s Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, share an interest in the research, appropriation, and reconfiguration of traditional iconography. Hung on the walls of the main gallery, hidden down a terraced street in the suburb of Paddington, David Noonan’s... continue reading
View of “Every Future has a Price: 30 Years after Infotainment,” Elizabeth Dee, New York, 2016.

Wendy Vogel

The 1980s was inaugurated with the 24-hour news cycle: CNN transmitted its first broadcast on January 1, 1980. Five years later, independent curator Anne Livet—in collaboration with Nature Morte gallery founders Alan Belcher and Peter Nagy—organized an exhibition called “Infotainment.” Traveling to several U.S. cities, it featured the work of... continue reading


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