CFP: “Bad History,” an issue of KAPSULA Magazine. Submissions due: December 6, 2013
Through July 28 in NYC, Speculations (“The future is ___________”), a series of lectures debates, conversations, and keynotes hosted by Triple Canopy at MoMA PS1. Upcoming events through June 2:
On May 11 in NYC, “Cache Cleaner,” an evening of musical and artistic performances in celebration of Triple Canopy’s fifth anniversary at China Chalet. Featuring performances by Maxmilion Dunbar, Masks, My Barbarian, and BFFA3AE. Jon Santos, Michael Magnan (Fatherhood), and RVNG’s Matt Werth will DJ.
Big, Red & Shiny recently relaunched to the delight of Boston’s contemporary art scene. The blog features multiple insightful posts every day about art world goings-on, and the exhibition and event listings do a great service in collecting announcements from throughout the region. A wonderful resource!
New Spring 2012 issue of ArtJournal out now, on Pacific Standard Time (PST) and designed by Allen Ruppersberg.
Online at East of Borneo, by Joanna Fiduccia: “Odd Couple: Yves Klein and Ed Kienholz’s Unlikely Affinities.”
In e-flux journal 28, an article by Jan Verwoert: “World as Medium: On the Work of Stano Filko.”
In the fall 2011 issue of X-TRA, Vanessa Place on Hanne Darboven and Adam Feldmeth on Blinky Palermo.
In issue 23 of Tate Etc., John-Paul Stonard on Gerhard Richter and Philip Tinari on Tacita Dean.
In Variety, Alissa Simon reviews Gerhard Richter Painting: “Belz eschews voiceover narration, supplementing her perceptive lensing of Richter’s studios with new and old footage of the media-shy painter discussing his career with art historians, curators and the press… Cerebral pic is a natural for the museum.”
In Interventions journal: Jaime Schwartz, “Memory and Memorialization: Gerhard Richter’s September.”
Online at the Art Journal website, a conversation between Helen Molesworth and Taylor Davis.
In the Jewish Journal, Tom Teicholz writes about the mammoth Getty-sponsored exhibition project, “Pacific Standard Time.”
The first issue of ALL-OVER Magazin für Kunst und Ästhetik is online.
In the September 2011 issue of the Burlington Magazine: John-Paul Stonard, “Paolozzi in America,” and Anna Lovatt, “Art History Reviewed XV: Rosalind Krauss’s ‘The Originality of the Avant-Garde and Other Modernist Myths’, 1985.”
In Tafter Journal 39 (September 2011), an article by Marta Papini: “The Street Project. Per una nuova relazione tra museo, arte e pubblico.”
In the most recent issue of Visual Resources, an article by Kate Palmer Albers: “‘It’s Not an Archive’: Christian Boltanski’s Les Archives de C. B., 1965–1988.”
Online at Drain Magazine, an article by Martin Patrick: “Restlessness and Reception: Transforming Art Criticism in the Age of the Blogosphere.”
Announced in The Burlington Magazine: The Burlington Contemporary Writing Prize, to be awarded annually, seeks to discover talented young writers on contemporary art. The Prize winner will receive £1000, and will have the opportunity to publish a review of a contemporary art exhibition in The Burlington Magazine.
Online at Art and Education Papers: Eric Golo Stone, “A Document of Regulation and Reflexive Process: Michael Asher’s Contractual Agreement Commissioning Works of Art (1975).”
From Hol Art Books: “We’ve created an unauthorized paperback book from the Summer 2011 issue of Artforum magazine. It’s our first bootleg.“
Online at East of Borneo: Howard Singerman, “Excellence and Pluralism” (2002).
Online at the Northwestern Art Review: Margaret Whitesides, “Race, Light and Visibility in Glenn Ligon’s Excerpt.”
In the New York Review of Books, Zadie Smith on Christian Marclay.
In Art in America, Margarita Tupitsyn reviews recent books on “counter-Soviet art” by Matthew Jesse Jackson and Boris Groys.
Online at east of borneo, an article by Thomas Lawson on Los Angeles murals: “Institutional Whitewash.”
The November-December issue of the New Left Review includes an article, “Playtimes,” by Sven Lütticken.
Online at metamute.org: Stevphen Shukaitis, “Temporary Hegemonic Zones,” on attending a Neue Slowenisch Kunst Citizens’ Congress.
Nonsite.org is a new journal sponsored by Emory University.
The autumn 2010 issue of Tate Papers (index here) includes:
The fifth issue of emaj: electronic melbourne art journal includes:
The February 2011 issue of Art History includes James Boaden, “Black Painting (with Asheville Citizen)“ and a review by Dominic Rahtz of Julia Bryan-Wilson, Art Workers: Radical Practice in the Vietnam War Era.
The spring 2011 issue of Tate Etc. includes:
The most recent issue of Kunstform includes:
The most recent issue of Visual Culture in Britain includes Craig Richardson, “Contemporary Scottish Art and the Landscape of Abandonment,” and Gabriel N. Gee, “The Representation of the Northern City in the Photography of John Davies (1981–2003).”
The 1,295th issue of the Burlington Magazine.
The Spring/Autumn 2010 issue of Res (Amazon) includes Ara H. Merjian,“Untimely objects”; Sebastian Zeidler, “Form as revolt”; and Samantha Kavky, “Max Ernst in Arizona.”
The January 2011 issue of Kunstchronik includes a review by Stephan Rößler of Joseph Beuys: Parallel Processes (see also here and here).
The most recent issue of the Konsthistorisk tidskrift includes Max Liljefors, “In Between the Human and the Animal: Subjectivity and Authority in Ann-Sofi Sidén’s Queen of Mud Project.”
Online at the Blog of Public Secrets, an article by Marc James Léger: “Alterglobal Allegory: Condé and Beveridge Against the Commodification of Water.” A French version is in Inter: art actuel 107 (winter 2011), pp. 46-50.
A new website for Art Journal makes a variety of material freely available online, including:
The fall 2010 issue of American Art.
The winners of CAA’s 2011 Art Journal Award.
The 15th issue of Invisible Culture.
The winter 2010 issue of Fotogeschichte.
The January 2011 issue of n.paradoxa.
Two journals on Michael Fried on photography.
The December and January issues of e-flux journal.
The tenth issue of Manifesta Journal.
“Launched in October 2010, East of Borneo is a collaborative art journal and multimedia archive that frames a discussion of contemporary art and its modern history as considered from Los Angeles.”
The winter 2010-2011 issue of Kaleidoscope.
Volume 9, issue 2 of the Journal of Visual Culture.
Volume 19, issues 3 and 4 of the Estonian Journal of Art History.
The December 2010 issue of Einunddreissig.
The 71st volume of the Wallraf-Richartz-Jahrbuch.
The Autumn 2010 issue of ÍNDEX, from MACBA, Barcelona.
The December 2010 issue of the Journal of Art Historiography.
The summer 2010 issue of MaHKUzine.
Volume 33, issue 3 of the Oxford Art Journal.
Volume 10, number 1 of the ANZA Journal
Volume 33, issue 5 of Art History.
The 9th issue of Polar.
The 134th issue of October.
An issue of kunsttexte.de on models of perception.
Volume 92, number 4 of the Art Bulletin.
The most recent issues of Critique d’Art.
The most recent issue of Kunsttexte.de.
The fall 2010 issue of Art Journal.
e-flux journal, November 2010.
The fall issue of Fotogeschichte.
A review of Piotr Piotrowski in kunsttexte.de/ostblick.
A James Turrell review in Kunstchronik.
The October issue of e-flux journal.
Vol. 24, issue 6 of Third Text.
A response to “Questionnaire on the Contemporary” (October) and “What Is Contemporary Art?” (e-flux).
The fall 2010 issue of Grey Room.
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The March issue of the Oxford Art Journal contains an article by Vered Maimon on Chris Marker’s 2007 exhibition and film, Staring Back.