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“We live in a new era where images are directly thrown in your face.”
Dutch artist Marc Bijl (1970, Leerdam) is currently presenting a big mid-career retrospective at the Groninger Museum in The Netherlands consisting of a selection of his iconic paintings, sculptures and interventions. Elements such as Modernism, graffiti and nationalism get a [...]
Who Cares? 16 Essays on Curating in Asia. Edited by Álvaro Rodríguez Fominaya and Michael Lee. Hong Kong: Para/Site Art Space with Studio Bibliothèque and seed | projects, 2010. 187 pages. ISBN 9789889896393
By Irina Leyva-Pérez
This book opens the forum with a simple yet intriguing question: Is it different to curate an exhibition in [...]
The nomination of Sarah Sze to represent the United States at the 2013 Venice Biennale is also the first time a relatively small institution such as the Bronx Museum is acting in a commissioning role. With Sze already in Venice working with local university students on her installation, ARTPULSE took the opportunity to [...]
Abstract Expressionist painter Ed Clark has been an influential figure in the world of painting for more than six decades. In addition to his signature push-broom sweep paintings, he was also an innovator in the field of shaped canvases and one of the original artists in the Brata Gallery during New York’s Tenth [...]
By F. Javier Panera
Some time ago, while accompanying a group of students who were visiting an exhibition at the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Salamanca (Spain), characterized by large multi-screen video installations by the German artist Julian Rosefeldt, I was able to confirm with utter bewilderment that a significant number of the young [...]
By Michele Robecchi
The new media category of homemade journalism found renewed poignancy on spring 2011 when thousands of citizens, armed with mobile phones and cameras, joined the protests in Cairo and provided a vivid, non-official portrait of the ongoing revolution. The power of those images, as well as their earned reputation for painting [...]
Fresh from his solo exhibition at the Parasol Unit Foundation in London (on view until February 17th, 2012), Jannis Kounellis met with ARTPULSE to discuss his most recent projects and the most significant moments of his outstanding career, from the early days of Arte Povera to his relationship with painting and performance art, [...]
Last September, an artwork was sent into eternity. The artwork is an ultra-archival disc, micro-etched with 100 photographs and encased in a gold-plated shell; eternity was reached thanks to the communications satellite EchoStar XVI, launched from Kazakhstan into geostationary orbit with the disc mounted to its anti-earth deck. EchoStar XVI will broadcast more [...]
“Feminism is a viewpoint that demands a rethinking of questions of power in society and thus has undeniable potency.”
By Paco Barragán
Martha Rosler is a prolific American artist and writer. Her works range from photo-text to video, performance and installation. At the center of her artistic practice are sociopolitical concerns related to, among others, [...]
Christoph Cox teaches philosophy and art theory at Hampshire College and the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College. He is the author of Nietzsche: Naturalism and Interpretation (1999) and co-editor of Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music (2004). Cox has curated exhibitions at the Kitchen, the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and other venues. [...]
Niels Van Tomme is a New York-based curator, researcher and critic. He currently works at the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture in Baltimore where his project Visibility Machines: Harun Farocki & Trevor Paglen will open in the fall of 2013. Most recently, he curated the traveling exhibition “Where Do We Migrate [...]