REVIEWS

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Latifa Echakhch, Crowd Fade, 2017.
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Joerg Heiser and Ben Eastham

Double Take is a feature of art-agenda in which two authors review the same exhibition. Written independently, the two texts share the same images and are published below. —by Jörg Heiser Given the current political situation in Turkey, I wouldn’t have been surprised if the curators of this year’s Istanbul Biennial, Berlin-based... continue reading
Buenos Aires Roundup

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Buenos Aires

Osias Yanov, Antena Vaginal (Vaginal Antenna), 2017.
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Juan Canela

“1866 – TO CULTIVATE YOUR LAND IS TO SERVE YOUR COUNTRY – 2017.” This is the phrase that appears on a billboard above the bleachers at the central courtyard of La Rural fair and congress center, a neuralgic space of Argentine agricultural policy with deep symbolic and affective roots. On May... continue reading
Skulptur Projekte Münster

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Münster

Ei Arakawa, Harsh Citation, Harsh Pastoral, Harsh Münster, 2017, Meadow in front of Haus Kump.
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Tobi Maier

Now half a century old, the decennial public art exhibition Skulptur Projekte Münster has unquestionably grown up. The first exhibition featured only male artists while now almost half of the participants are women; a retrospective exhibition of Michael Asher’s photography at Skulptur Projekte Münster—the artist participated in every edition from... continue reading
New York City Roundup

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, New York

Robert Longo, Untitled (Raft at Sea), 2016–2017.
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Orit Gat

As I missed out on international art events this season because New York is so far away, all I could think of was how unlucky their curators are. You work on Venice or Documenta for a year or two or four. You start out researching when there’s a somewhat liberal... continue reading
Gallery Weekend Berlin

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Berlin

Charlotte Posenenske, Series B Reliefs, 1967-2017.
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Sofia Lemos

In the wake of the events of May 1968, German Minimalist Charlotte Posenenske wrote in Art International that “it is difficult for me to come to terms with the fact that art can contribute nothing to solving urgent social problems.”(1) Posenenske’s “‘Statement’ [Manifesto],” which initially meant to examine ownership and... continue reading
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

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