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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
View of Anna Louise Richardson’s “On the hunt,” Galerie Pompom, Sydney, 2017.
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Claudia Arozqueta

There is no animal in this country that does that type of thing. It was the size of a giant tiger. It was about a meter long and had black, silky fur. The belief in the existence of elusive, strange, fabulous, and extraterrestrial animals is ubiquitous and timeless. Predatory giant turtles,... continue reading
Russian Pavilion: “Theatrum Orbis”

57TH VENICE BIENNALE, Venice

Grisha Bruskin, Scene from 2016-2017, 2017.
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Maxim Ivanov

The reign of Stella Kesaeva and the Stella Art Foundation over the Russian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale ended in 2015. Over the course of three biennales, they showed western audiences works by the artists who secured Moscow conceptualism’s place in art history, and transformed it into an export commodity... continue reading
“2 or 3 Tigers”

HAUS DER KULTUREN DER WELT, Berlin

Minouk Lim, S.O.S.-Adoptive Dissensus, 2009.
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Ana Teixeira Pinto

Though at present the concept of “media” is almost wholly equated with communication technologies, throughout the modern period this notion extended beyond the technological field, to include aesthetic and spiritual registers. In the late nineteenth century, a medium was someone with the alleged ability to act as a psychic conduit... continue reading
View of Kerry Tribe's "the word the wall la palabra la pared," Parque Galería, Mexico City, 2017.
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Catalina Lozano

For her first exhibition in Mexico City, LA-based artist Kerry Tribe removed the front wall of Parque Galería and transformed it into a makeshift screening room. The crumbling architecture, with its exposed dry walls and frayed edges, introduces an exhibition in which seemingly solid physical and psychical structures are undone. Tribe’s... continue reading
Jérôme Bel, Compagnia, compagnia, 2017.
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Barbara Casavecchia

The new extension of Centro Pecci (designed by NIO Architecten Rotterdam, and inaugurated last fall) is a ring-shaped volume clad in golden aluminum, halfway between a UFO from a 1950s B-movie and the corporate headquarters of a German car brand, surrounded by an urban sprawl of office blocks, residential buildings,... continue reading

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