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In the September issue of ArtReview, Ross Simonini looks at Matthew Barney’s SECONDARY, the retelling of an American tragedy in a film whose atmosphere of pain and violence allows, almost incredibly, for an object of striking beauty to emerge. Novelist Khashayar Khabushani tells the story of how artist David Wojnarowicz gave the writer life from beyond the grave. Alexandra Drexelius examines the work of Isabelle Frances McGuire, an artist who seems to be answering the question of what digital visual culture might look like in material film. And Chris Fite-Wassilak speaks with filmmaker Diego Marcon about the power of traditional special effects when it comes to scaring viewers. Also: two new column series addressing, almost from opposite corners, the strengths and weaknesses of popular culture when it comes to depicting the present and imagining possible futures. Plus: the full complement of exhibition and book reviews from around the world.

"One day this boy..."

How David Wojnarowicz gave me life

"One day this boy..."

6 mins

Art Encounters Biennial My Rhino is Not a Myth: art science fictions

Various venues, Timişoara 19 May-16 July

Art Encounters Biennial My Rhino is Not a Myth: art science fictions

3 mins

Southern Discomfort

A series of upcoming biennials promise to explore the art of the 'Global South'. But what does that mean? And is the term of any practical use?

Southern Discomfort

7 mins

Casey Reas

Crypto has crashed and burned, but NFT visual culture is the better for it, and here's why, says the pioneering artist and programmer

Casey Reas

10 mins

Isabelle Frances McGuire

Through kitbashing and the hacking of readymades, an artist explores what digital visual culture might look like in material form

Isabelle Frances McGuire

6 mins

No pain, no gain?

What's primary about Matthew Barney's SECONDARY

No pain, no gain?

8 mins

Fine Young Cannibals

A spate of recent glitzy films have asked us to eat the rich. But what, asks Amber Husain, are we really swallowing?

Fine Young Cannibals

3 mins

Mutant Media

Animation and gaming design studios aren’t just for entertainment, claims Jamie Sutcliffe, they’re a geneticist’s lab for producing our spliced bio- cybernetic future

Mutant Media

4 mins

Midcareerism

What's an artist to do when no longer dewy and not yet long in the tooth? Martin Herbert surveys the options, none of them pretty

Midcareerism

3 mins

Diego Marcon

\"In general when I work, it's not like I'm looking for something and I find moles, it's more like moles find me, they pop up. I don't know why, I just try to remain open to these kinds of visit\"

Diego Marcon

10+ mins

Katia Kameli's Algerian Novel

A visual history of the unseen and the unspoken

Katia Kameli's Algerian Novel

8 mins

Richard Bosman

Is this what it feels like to be an artist?

Richard Bosman

6 mins

Water, Water, Everywhere

Why is the age-old practice of oceanic thinking once again rising to the surface?

Water, Water, Everywhere

7 mins

American Freaks

Buck Ellison’s photographs capture the codes of the 1% and how the 99% might see them

American Freaks

6 mins

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ArtReview Magazine Description:

PublisherArtReview

CategoryArt

LanguageEnglish

Frequency9 Issues/Year

Founded in 1949, ArtReview is one of the world’s leading international contemporary art magazines, dedicated to expanding contemporary art’s audience and reach. We believe that art plays a vital role in inspiring a richer, more profound understanding of human experience, culture and society today. Aimed at both a specialist and a general audience, the magazine features a mixture of criticism, reviews, reportage and specially commissioned artworks, and offers the most established, in-depth and intimate portrait of international contemporary art in all its shapes and forms.

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