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2017.10.13 Fri, by

Big Pictures

Art has no equivalent of the Skyscraper Index, the notion that record-breaking towers tend to be built, hubristically, just prior to an economic crisis. The top end of the art world seems to ignore crises altogether (at least the part that doesn’t invest in tall buildings). Inflationary tendencies are observable in the art world, though, in uppity auction prices, the spread of private museums and art storage facilities and, seemingly, in art itself, no doubt partly to fill all the cavernous museums being built. >> Read more
2017.06.10 Sat, by

The Right (of Humans and Things) to Become Extra-ordinary

Inga Svala Thorsdottir and Wu Shanzhuan's manifesto and series of works titled Thing's Right(s), a revision of the 1948. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2017.04.25 Tue, by

Chim↑Pom: So see you again tomorrow, too?

“Has the decision to host the Olympics not yet been made? Why is it that we dare not do such a thing?” —Deng Xiaoping, 1990 >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2016.05.17 Tue, by

The Space of Painting: “Pittura” Pino Pinelli solo exhibition

“I cannot possibly understand those artists who place themselves in front of the canvas as if it was a surface to be filed up with colors and shapes, following a taste that is more or less appreciable.“ >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2016.01.28 Thu, by

Yun Hyong-Keun – Passage of Time

Axel Vervoordt Gallery Antwerp is pleased to present its solo exhibition of Yun Hyong-Keun (Miwon, 1928 – Seoul, 2007), who was a member of the Korean art movement Dansaekhwa. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.12.15 Mon, by

Anselm Reyle: Prove Our Love

Leading Australian conceptual artist Scott Redford muses on the place of Anselm Reyle in current postmodern discourse. Reyle, born 1970, retired this year despite being one of the most prominent German artists. >> Read more
Think, 2014.08.18 Mon, by

Curating Lab: When Does an Exhibition Begin and End?

Echoing the internet’s tendency to confuse or otherwise shatter once simple boundaries, Curating Lab’s recent symposium “When Does an Exhibition Begin and End?” discussed, naturally, a move away from exhibitions as discrete, well-defined, singular units.... >> Read more
Think, 2013.12.16 Mon, by

Responsive Institution | Liu Xinyi

Political Games and the Politics of Play - on “Responsive Institution >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.09.02 Mon, by

Parkett Then and Now, an Interview with Dieter von Graffenried, Publisher

At the time, we felt there was a lack of quality writing about art and artists. Plentiful were reviews in newspapers and magazines but not in-depth texts.
 
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Interviews, 2013.06.14 Fri, by

My Name is Bond, James Bond

Girolamo Marri is not a fan of Bond James Bond. His review launches several glistening bullets at the invincible character of Mr. Bond, leaving a few tears in his perfectly tailored suit and impeccably coiffed hair. >> Read more

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