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  1. Dossier | Curator, your love’s on display

    ... The aptest statement on museology was given to us by art historian Hubert Damisch: l’amour m’expose. (1) That was in 1989. I ... as utterance, sometimes as silence. In fact, the curator’s language is that of thought adhering to a body — the work — and ...

    Abonnement - 04/21/2020 - 09:55

  2. Dossier | The Animated World of Marina Roy

    ... as her subjects. Her work draws broadly from the study of language, psychoanalysis, nature, literature, art history, cartoons, and pornography. The vast scope of media and subject ...

    Abonnement - 03/31/2020 - 17:52

  3. Sarah Morris, White Cube Bermondsey, London, U.K.

    ... of her canvases. In Machines , the artist’s signature language of geometric abstraction and an upending use of the grid system as a ... We see freedom, infinity, structure, rules—in life as in art—interwoven but perhaps not always opposed. A similar strategy is employed ...

    Catherine - 06/20/2019 - 15:20

  4. Sarah Morris, White Cube Bermondsey, London, U.K.

    ... of her canvases. In Machines , the artist’s signature language of geometric abstraction and an upending use of the grid system as a ... We see freedom, infinity, structure, rules—in life as in art—interwoven but perhaps not always opposed. A similar strategy is employed ...

    Catherine - 06/20/2019 - 15:20

  5. Article | Classic Fake-Out. Joshua Schwebel at Articule

    ... adapt, or imitate something (generally an object such as art or currency) with the express intention of deceiving the reader. While his ... own mandate was, as Schwebel viewed it, deceptive in its language. In her 2005 article “From the Critique of Institutions to an ...

    Abonnement - 04/30/2020 - 16:33

  6. Article | Classic Fake-Out. Joshua Schwebel at Articule

    ... adapt, or imitate something (generally an object such as art or currency) with the express intention of deceiving the reader. While his ... own mandate was, as Schwebel viewed it, deceptive in its language. In her 2005 article “From the Critique of Institutions to an ...

    Abonnement - 04/30/2020 - 16:32

  7. Red Head Gallery, Toronto, Parts and Labour, Tonia Di Risio

    ... project is also inherently grounded in studying the rich language of food as both subject matter and signifier. Parts and Labour ... this creativity by conflating cooking with architecture, art, and design, literally linking these disciplines to food and its methods of ...

    Catherine - 01/13/2016 - 17:32

  8. Red Head Gallery, Toronto, Parts and Labour, Tonia Di Risio

    ... project is also inherently grounded in studying the rich language of food as both subject matter and signifier. Parts and Labour ... this creativity by conflating cooking with architecture, art, and design, literally linking these disciplines to food and its methods of ...

    Catherine - 01/13/2016 - 16:01

  9. Dossier | The case for art – Legal re-enactment in christian patterson’s redheaded peckerwood

    ... Londres The case for art – Legal re-enactment in christian patterson’s Redheaded Peckerwood ... of the crime. “This repetition of the crime, through language and emotion,” explains Antoine Garapon, “is experienced by those ...

    Abonnement - 04/07/2020 - 13:10

  10. Toronto – Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art

    ... its residents’ continued use of Ladin, an ancient Romance language. Thauberger films the small mountain community acting out a folk tale ... study, or an elaborate form of everyday performance art. Helen Reed’s Twin Twin Peaks (2009) banishes any doubt about the ...

    Marie-Anne - 05/14/2020 - 17:20

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