REVIEWS

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
View of Jacky Connolly’s “Shadows on the Hudson,” Kimberly-Klark, New York.
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Tim Gentles

A source of artistic fascination since the nineteenth century, when it became the subject of the Hudson River School of landscape painters, the grandeur of Upstate New York’s Hudson Valley also figures in Jacky Connolly’s first solo exhibition, at Kimberly-Klark in Queens, New York. The exhibition’s centerpiece is a video... continue reading
“Why Not Ask Again” 11th Shanghai Biennale

POWER STATION OF ART, Shanghai

Chen Zhe, Remembering the Forgotten, Forgetting the Remembered (Revisiting “The Bearable”), 2007.
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Xin Wang

At the 11th Shanghai Biennale, it isn’t possible to take a photograph without capturing people; the vast Power Station of Art—an electric plant turned kunsthalle since 2012—is busy throughout the preview day and public opening. The curators, Raqs Media Collective, have titled this edition of the biennale “Why Not Ask... continue reading
Map Office, Desert Islands, 2009/2016.
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Qinyi Lim

Under the artistic direction of Susie Lingham, Director of the Singapore Art Museum, and nine other curators, the fifth edition of the Singapore Biennale, “An Atlas of Mirrors,” showcases sixty artists and three artist collectives from nineteen countries and territories around South, East, and Southeast Asia. Spanning eight venues in close... continue reading

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