Jennifer Allen

Calle Chooses Buren; Gili to Head Jeu de Paume; Bonniers Konsthall in Stockholm; Barbican's New Entrance; MAC/VAL's New Garden; Obrist Interviewed

September 2006

Sophie Calle Chooses Daniel Buren to Curate Biennale Pavilion; Marta Gili Selected as New Director of Jeu de Paume; Bonniers Konsthall Opens in Stockholm; Barbican to Receive a New Entrance; MAC/VAL Opens Sculpture Garden; An Interview with… READ ON

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Documenta Worries About Overcrowding; Haacke Unveils Luxemburg Monument; Moscow Gallerist Guelman Profiled; Picasso Museum Takes on New Art; News in Brief

September 2006

Documenta 12 Organizers Worry About “Folk Festival Situation”; Hans Haacke Unveils a Monument to Activist Rosa Luxemburg; A Profile of Moscow Gallerist Marat Guelman; Paris's Musée Picasso Considers Contemporary Art; David Cronenberg … READ ON

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Salzburgers Against Contemporary Art; First Singapore Biennial; Venice's Tenth Architecture Biennial; Cape Town's Art Scene; News in Brief

September 2006

Citizens of Salzburg Submit Petition for Contemporary-Art-Free Zone; Elke Buhr Reports from the First Singapore Biennial; Critics Weigh in on Venice's Tenth Architecture Biennale; Samuel Herzog Reports on the Status of Cape Town's Art Scene;… READ ON

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Griselda Pollock on Feminism; EMMA Criticizes Gay Memorial; Francis Al˙s's New Work; News in Brief

September 2006

Griselda Pollock Discusses the show “Konstfeminism” and Women in Art; German Feminist Magazine EMMA Criticizes Memorial for Homosexual Victimis of the Nazis; Francis Alÿs Discusses His Latest Work; News from Warsaw's Mobile Academy; ARS… READ ON

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“Critics Taste Better”

September 2006

Artists rarely write letters to the editor in response to reviews of their exhibitions. Then again, the letter format precludes most artists from responding in their chosen medium. It’s a pity, since many opportunities for exchange are … READ ON

IN PRINT September 2006 [TOC]

Horn Wins Piepenbrock Prize; No Subsidies for Berlin Arts Center; London Show Takes Artists to Space

August 2006

Rebecca Horn and Felix Schramm Take Home Piepenbrock Prizes; Interdisciplinary Berlin Arts Center Radialsystem Will Go Largely Without State Subsidies; Artists and Scientists Take on Space in London Exhibition… READ ON

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Kunsthalle at the Old Palast?; Monaco's New Museum; The Politics of the Art Market

August 2006

German Magazine Monopol Proposes a Kunsthalle at the Site of the Former Palast der Republik; Monaco Plans a New Museum on a “Floating Island”; Eva Karcher Considers the Potential for Politics in the New Art Market… READ ON

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Gitai on the Middle East; MUMOK's Space Problems; Reorganization at FNAC

August 2006

Israeli Filmmaker Amos Gitai Speaks Out on the Current Conflict in the Middle East; New Revelations Regarding Space Problems at MUMOK; FNAC Makes Some Changes to Its Photography Division… READ ON

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Censorship at Museum Ludwig?; Artists Protest Breker Show; Kunst Palast Commissions Tunick

August 2006

Controversy over a Poster for “Das achte Feld” (The Eighth Square) at Cologne's Museum Ludwig; German Artist Group Protests Arno Breker Retrospective; Museum Kunst Palast Commissions First German Spencer Tunick Portrait… READ ON

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Laubard to CAPC; Jeu de Paume Seeks Successor; Allende Museum Opens in Chile

August 2006

Charlotte Laubard Replaces Maurice Fréchuret as Director of Centre d'Arts Plastiques Contemporains (CAPC) de Bordeaux; Paris's Jeu de Paume Has Trouble Locating Successor; Salvador Allende Solidarity Museum Opens in Santiago… READ ON

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