REVIEWS

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View of Contour Biennale 8, “Polyphonic Worlds: Justice as Medium,” Mechelen, 2017.
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Colin Perry

What could be more pertinent to today’s helter-skelter mudslide into the political abyss than a reflection on the idea of justice? The eighth edition of the Contour Biennial is dedicated to this most noble of themes. Both thrilling and frustrating, the biennial offers vertiginous perspectives by artists and theorists, as... continue reading
The Armory Show and Independent Art Fair

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, New York

View of the Piers 92 and 94, New York.
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Brian Karl

If the art auction is the ultimate hunger games of ostentatious display for your taste and bank account, the art fair is the auction’s suburban or exurban cousin: the mega shopping mall, where everything is under one roof. Whether or not you went in knowing what you wanted to get... continue reading
Ouyang Jianghe, Untitled, 2016.
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Emma Sumner

Guest curated by artist Sudarshan Shetty, the third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB), titled “Forming in the pupil of an eye,” is an assembly of artist-created realities. Shetty outlines his curatorial concept with the story of a young traveler who went on a long journey to meet a sage. When... continue reading
Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement 2016

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Geneva

Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz, Silent, 2016.
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Barbara Casavecchia

“Dear President, / Your profile is vague, / You have no arms, no hair, no legs, and no sex / Your enemy is your lover. / I need make-up, underwear and hormones! / Dear visitor, / Are you optimistic, / When our country is at war? / Is freedom more... continue reading
Lima Gallery Roundup

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Lima

Pamela Arce, Body Moves, 2016.
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Kim Cordova

I’ve often found myself wondering whether it would really be such a radical gesture to show a majority of work by women without bracketing it as women’s work. What would it be like to experience a city filled with exhibitions that weren’t reinforcing the patriarchal tendencies of the art world? In... continue reading
Gallery Weekend Korea

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Seoul

Hyunjung Kim, Never Happened, 2012.
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Ben Eastham

Where the phrase “gallery weekend” might once have euphemized a romantic indiscretion, or announced a Happening, it now connotes a program of events coordinated to attract a small but influential international audience to a city with aspirations to the status of a cultural hub. Korea’s contribution to this increasingly popular... continue reading

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