ARTPULSE - Issue 29

Category: Art, Culture
Language: English
Frequency : Quarterly
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ARTPULSE is a quarterly magazine specializing in contemporary art It offers a panorama of trends, personalities, exhibitions and events that make up the international art landscape. It is a forum for expression that seeks to foster ties among galleries, artists, collectors, art critics, curators, scholars and museum professionals. ARTPULSE contains various sections including interviews, theoretical essays, articles, news, exhibition and book reviews. With each issue, the magazine endeavors to generate reflection, controversy and dialogue.

IN THIS ISSUE -From ZERO to Now, An Interview with Heinz Mack / By Paul Laster -In Defense of Menacing Content. A Conversation with Derek G. Larson / By Kristina Olson -Interview with Mary Anne Staniszewski / By Paco Barragan -The Laws of Motion. In-Studio Interview with Alex Kanevsky / By Kim Power -A Motley Choir. Variations in Tone in Contemporary Art Criticism / By Kerr Houston -The Enchanted Mystery of the Art of Markus L├╝pertz / By Daniel Bonnell -The Shadow of History and the Simulacrum in the Art of Andreas Angelidakis / By Alexandria Pierce -Fighting with Scale. The Battle for Attention at the Whitney Biennial / By Kristina Olson -Kettle's Whistle. Hardly the Way / By Michele Robecchi -Push To Flush. American Iconoclasm of Painting (Or Why Dana Schutz's Painting of Emmet Till Goes Far Beyond Freedom of Expression / By Paco Barragan -Art Critics Reading List / Diana Nawi, Gabriel Perez-Barreiro -REVIEWS John Wellington: Temple Tomb Fortress Ruin, by Kim Power (The Lodge Gallery, New York) / Ai Weiwei: Laundromat, by Taliesin Thomas (Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, New York) / Marilyn Minter: Pret- ty/Dirty, by Taliesin Thomas (Brooklyn Museum, New York) / Aron Wiesenfeld: Unwind the Winding Path, by Kim Power (Jonathan LeVine Gallery, New York) / Siri Berg: In Color, by Kim Power (Shirley Fiterman Art Center, New York) / David Gaither: Axiom, by Kim Power (511 Gallery, New York) / Per- petual Revolution, by Keren Moscovitch (International Center of Photography, New York) / COMING TO POWER: 25 Years Of Sexually X-Plicit Art By Women, by Taliesin Thomas (Maccarone Gallery, New York) / Steve Locke: Family Pictures, by Gregory Eltringham (Gallery Kayafas, Boston) / Amy Schissel: #everythingthathappensatonce, by Jason Hoelscher (Laura Mesaros Gallery, West Virginia University) / Speedy Graphito: An American Story, by Raisa Clavijo (Fabien Castanier Gallery, Miami) / documenta 14, by Santa Nastro ( Athens, Greece). Plus other national and international reviews.

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