Archive for November, 2013

The Exhibitionist Journal on Exhibition Making

The Exhibitionist Journal on Exhibition Making

| November 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

For The Exhibitionist’s second edition of “La Critique,” in which contributors are asked to reflect on the preceding three issues of the journal, the editors decided to create the issue entirely through conversations in order to elicit dynamic and frank responses between a diverse group of curators who may not have been previously familiar with […]

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frieze d/e issue 12 published

frieze d/e issue 12 published

| November 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

Word Association: Gerhard Rühm, Theo Altenberg, Ann Cotten & Kerstin Cmelka revisit the experiments in poetry and art of the ‘Wiener Gruppe,’ a collective founded in postwar Vienna in reaction to the suppressed aesthetic movements of the time. Vienna Interiorism: Dominikus Müller and Helen Chang explore the unique role that interior design has played in […]

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Choreographing Exhibitions book by Mathieu Copeland

Choreographing Exhibitions book by Mathieu Copeland

| November 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

In 2008, the Contemporary art center La Ferme du Buisson, and the Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen invited Mathieu Copeland to curate A Choreographed Exhibition. Exclusively composed of “movements” written by eight artists—Jonah Bokaer, Philipp Egli, Karl Holmqvist, Jennifer Lacey, Roman Ondák, Michael Parsons, and Fia Backström & Michael Portnoy—and executed by three dancers over two […]

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Afterall issue 34 published

Afterall issue 34 published

| November 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Afterall present issue 34, Autumn/Winter 2013, which looks at the inscription of ideology, power and desire in cultural production through the work of Lene Berg, Mary Ellen Carroll, Lili Dujourie, Lucy McKenzie and Haegue Yang. Accompanying essays discuss questions of artistic and curatorial agency in Mike Kelley’s exhibition The Uncanny (1993/2004), the legacy of social […]

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The Royal Institute of Art / Sternberg Press launch Scandalous: A Reader on Art and Ethics

The Royal Institute of Art / Sternberg Press launch Scandalous: A Reader on Art and Ethics

| November 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, and Sternberg Press announce the publication of Scandalous: A Reader on Art and Ethics (ed. Nina Möntmann). A book launch will take place at Iaspis in Stockholm, with presentations by Nina Möntmann and Måns Wrange and a film screening by Renzo Martens. Recent encounters between art and life, the […]

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