Archive for October, 2013

frieze issue 159 published

frieze issue 159 published

| October 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

In the November–December issue of frieze: Then & Now: “How does the period look today? Scanning the list of names being given the retrospective wax and polish, the answer should be: ‘It depends on whose 1990s you’re talking about.” Editor Dan Fox reconsiders British art and the 1990s. Poet in Action: cult director Alejandro Jodorowsky, […]

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Ludwig Forum Aachen publish Lars Breuer Arbeiten / works 2001–2012

Ludwig Forum Aachen publish Lars Breuer Arbeiten / works 2001–2012

| October 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst in Aachen announce the first comprehensive solo publication by Lars Breuer (b. 1974, Aachen). Breuer first attracted the attention of the Ludwig Forum through his numerous site-specific wall paintings, murals, and facade projects. Displaying a strong sense of the historical, and with a clear literary interest evident in his […]

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KALEIDOSCOPE Asia special issue

KALEIDOSCOPE Asia special issue

| October 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Kaleidoscope announce the promotional tour of the Asia special issue, a series of exclusive events running throughout the fall in Europe and Asia in celebration of the release of Issue 19 (fall 2013), a special edition dedicated to contemporary art and culture produced in the Asia Pacific region. The release of this special edition—the first […]

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frieze issue 158

frieze issue 158

| October 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Peculiar Galaxies: Caoimhin Mac Giolla Léith considers the recent work of the legendary and elusive artist Lutz Bacher on the occasion of her long-awaited first solo exhibition in the UK at the ICA, London. My Influences: Ahead of his solo show at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, which opens on 23 October, Philippe Parreno speaks […]

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Cabinet magazine issue 50

Cabinet magazine issue 50

| October 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Rebecca L. Spang on how we have come to fear inflation –D. Graham Burnett on tabua and relational economics –Geoff Manaugh on the physical and financial topographies of gold mining –Jeffrey Kastner in conversation with Stephen Mihm on capitalists and counterfeiters in nineteenth-century America –And artist projects by Conrad Bakker, Andrew Hurle, David Maisel, Sal […]

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