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Tate Etc. issue 31

Tate Etc. issue 31

Highlights include an homage to Henri Matisse including interviews with Jacqueline Duheme and Francois Gilot as well as contemporary artists’ reflections on Matisse’s cut-outs, Jeff McMillan on British Folk Art, a look inside the studios of Piet Mondrian, Aleksandra Shatskikh on Kazimir Malevich, a studio visit with Lee Ufan, Gabriela Burkhalter on art and the […]

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frieze issue 163 published

frieze issue 163 published

Mergers & Acquisitions: Following a major retrospective at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing, Colin Chinnery charts the ingenious career of Xu Zhen and his cultural production organization, MadeIn Company: ‘By dissolving his artistic identity into that of a commercial company, Xu Zhen could produce anything he wanted.’ My Influences: Paloma Varga Weisz […]

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Artforum May 2014

Artforum May 2014

ART IN RIO: Seven distinguished critics, curators, and artists—Guilherme Wisnik, Tamar Guimarães, Sérgio B. Martins, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Irene V. Small, Renata Lucas, and Chris Stults—examine contemporary art and culture in Rio de Janeiro as the city witnesses a profound physical transformation and increasingly intense protests in anticipation of hosting the World Cup this summer […]

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RAW VISION, THE PREMIER MAGAZINE OF OUTSIDER ART,  PARTNERS WITH REI KAWAKUBO OF COMME DES GARÇONS  TO CELEBRATE THE MAGAZINE’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY

RAW VISION, THE PREMIER MAGAZINE OF OUTSIDER ART, PARTNERS WITH REI KAWAKUBO OF COMME DES GARÇONS TO CELEBRATE THE MAGAZINE’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY

Raw Vision, the internationally renowned magazine of Outsider Art, turns 25 years old this year, and to help it mark this milestone, Comme des Garçons is collaborating with the magazine throughout 2014. This partnership kicks off publicly at The Outsider Art Fair, which takes place at Center 548, 548 West 22nd Street in New York […]

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Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig Cafe bau bau and new publications

Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig Cafe bau bau and new publications

The Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig (GfZK) is pleased to present its newly designed café and its latest publications. Céline Condorelli: bau bau Produced by Lars Bergmann and Michael Hahn Ever since the Museum of Contemporary Art was founded, the museum café has been redesigned by artists at regular intervals. bau bau is the name […]

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apexart Life Between Borders book launch

apexart Life Between Borders book launch

apexart has been publishing relevant books since 2006. The latest title, Life Between Borders: The Nomadic Life of Curators and Artists, considers the consequences of frequent relocation and travel in the art world. Launched April 12, 2014, 4pm. As arts professionals and artists relocate more often and on a larger, global scale, it is no […]

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Artforum April 2014

Artforum April 2014

Download the April issue of Artforum, available now on the iTunes newsstand. And get the iPhone app for artguide—the art world’s most comprehensive directory of exhibitions, events, and art fairs in more than 500 cities—here. This month in Artforum: J. Hoberman looks through the peerless lens of Michael Snow: “Snow’s strongest pieces are perceptual. What […]

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Sternberg Press publish The Contemporary, the Common: Art in a Globalizing World

Sternberg Press publish The Contemporary, the Common: Art in a Globalizing World

Links between art, contemporaneity, and the common lie at the heart of Chantal Pontbriand’s writings as a critic, editor, and curator. This collection of essays written in the first decade of the twenty-first century looks at the different issues that arise when examining what binds the practice of art to issues in the contemporary world, […]

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frieze issue 162 published

frieze issue 162 published

Island Life: Dan Fox invites six artists, curators and writers to give their opinion on how identity, infrastructure and education shape art in the Caribbean today. With over 700 islands, each hosting a different range of languages, the region represents a uniquely rich and complex set of cultures and histories. ‘The idea that anything intellectual […]

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