ANNOUNCEMENTS

Korea Arts Management Service

December 13, 2018

Call for applications: Fund for Korean Art Abroad 2019

The Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism of Korea and the Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) engage in a broad range of international exchange programs designed to introduce Korean contemporary art to audiences worldwide. As a part of this effort, KAMS awards grants to international art organizations to assist Korean artists with extending their reach globally into the art market. Eligible applicant International art... continue reading

NOME

December 12, 2018

NOME presents Marjolijn Dijkman: Navigating Polarities

NOME is pleased to present Navigating Polarities, Marjolijn Dijkman's first solo show in Germany. On view will be new solo and collaborative works by the artist. Marjolijn Dijkman’s artworks operate as speculative fictions rooted in scientific reality. Exploring perception and worldviews through the lens of diverse fields of thought, the artist asks: How can shifting between the macroscopic and the microscopic help us to imagine complex... continue reading

Galerie Chantal Crousel

December 11, 2018

Wang Bing at Galerie Chantal Crousel

On the occasion of Wang Bing’s second exhibition, Galerie Chantal Crousel will present three films including two previously unseen in France: Mrs Fang and Beauty Lives in Freedom respectively shown at 11am and 2pm from Tuesday to Saturday. Traces will be presented in the exhibition space in a continuous screening. Mrs Fang (Director’s cut), 2018 Fang Xiuying was a farm worker born in Huzhou, Fujian in 1948. For the last eight years... continue reading

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REVIEWS

Rearview: Gary Indiana, “Janet Malcolm Gets It Wrong—Part II” (1986) Janet Malcolm, Untitled, 2016.

by KIM LEVIN

In the wing mirror on the passenger side of a vehicle, objects are closer than they appear. The texts republished in the Rearview series are those that we wish to draw attention to because they reveal certain “blind spots” in contemporary art criticism. These “found” documents (indeed, quasi-artifacts) are prefaced by... continue reading

Aura Satz’s “Listen, Recalibrate”
FRIDMAN GALLERY, New York
View of Aura Satz’s Preemptive Listening (Part 1: The Fork in the Road) at Fridman Gallery, New York, 2018.

by GENEVIEVE YUE

On the night of July 16, 2006, Mazen Kerbaj stood on a balcony in Beirut as Israeli Air Force bombs fell in the distance. He picked up his trumpet and played along to the ominous pops, some louder than others. Starry Night (2006), the composition that resulted, asks the unanswerable... continue reading

The 6th Athens Biennale: “ANTI”
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Athens
The Peng! Collective, Civil Financial Regulation Office, 2018.

by KIMBERLY BRADLEY

It was strange to visit the sixth edition of the Athens Biennale weeks after its kick-off and at times nearly alone. Writers covering megaexhibitions usually move in herds, but this time there was no press conference to provide me with pithy quotes to explain the title, “ANTI,” and no... continue reading

DOSSIER

Vitamin creative space
Aperture
The Third Line
Kaleidoscope
Sprueth Magers
GALLERIA MASSIMODELUCA
MIA Art Fair
P420
galeria nara roesler
Camera Austria
Tulips & Roses
Afterimage
Cardi Black Box