Jennifer Allen

Guggenheim in Bonn; Criticism for Musée du Quai Branly; Trouble at Berlin's UdK

July 2006

Holger Liebs Takes on the Guggeheim in Bonn; Mali's Former Minister of Culture Criticizes the Musée du Quai Branly Within the Context of France's Tough New Immigration Laws; Students Protest Poor Conditions at Berlin's Universität der … READ ON

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Hergott Succeeds Pagé; Shifts at Vienna's Academy of Fine Arts; Meese Reflects on Rembrandt at 400

July 2006

Fabrice Hergott Succeeds Suzanne Pagé at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; Diedrich Diederichsen and Tom Holert Take Over for Ute Meta Bauer at Vienna's Academy of Fine Arts; Jonathan Meese Weighs in on Rembrandt's 400th Birthday… READ ON

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The Serpentine Pavilion 2006; Criticism for Eisenman's Galician Multiplex; Artists “Invest” in Google

July 2006

The Serpentine Gallery Reveals Its 2006 Pavilion; Die Süddeutsche Zeitung's Merten Worthmann Criticizes Peter Eisenman's Design for the Cidade da Cultura de Galicia; A Group of Artists Plots to Turn Google over to the People . . . in 200 … READ ON

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Moderna Museet Takes on Rooseum; MUDAM Opens in Luxembourg; and Hirst's Shark in Troubled Water

July 2006

Stockholm's Moderna Museet Annexes Malmö's Troubled Rooseum; the IM Pei Designed MUDAM Opens in Luxembourg; and Rose-Maria Gropp Reconsiders Sacrificing Sharks for Art… READ ON

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Lacan Drawings at Auction; David Weiss Turns Sixty; “Force de l'Art” a Success; Curator Discusses Manifesta 6

June 2006

Drawings by Jacques Lacan go on auction; Artist David Weiss Turns Sixty; Success of “Force de l'Art” leads to new triennial; and curator Florian Waldvogel discusses Manifesta 6… READ ON

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Calle Seeks Curator; Rosler Library Moves to Frankfurt; and Kippenberger in the Movies

June 2006

Sophie Calle Takes Out a Want Ad for a Curator; the Martha Rosler Library Moves to the Frankfurter Kunstverein; and a New Documentary on Martin Kippenberger Hits German Cinemas… READ ON

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Manifesta 6 Troubles; New MUMOK Annex; Index Reopens; Nivea's Sponsorship; Words from Thomas Demand and Olafur Eliasson

June 2006

Reports About Manifesta 6; MUMOK Considers Opening a New Branch for Contemporary Art; Swedish Foundation Index Reopens in New Space; Le Monde Considers the Role of Corporate Sponsors in Public Art Institutions; Alexander Kluge Interviews … READ ON

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Casino Funds New French Biennial; Film Studio Opens in Venezuela; Guernica Stays Put; Success for “La Force”

June 2006

French Casino Group Partouche is Financing a Biennial; A New Film Studio, Fundación Villa del Cine, Opens in Venezuela; Guernica Stays Put; “La Force de l'Art” Meets with Popular Success… READ ON

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Bojan Sarcevic

June 2006

Does culture evolve like nature? Bojan Sarcevic seems determined to find out. His oeuvre reads like an attempt to test Darwin’s theory of evolution on various cultural phenomena: clothing, music, design. Unlike the great naturalist, Sarcevic… READ ON

IN PRINT Summer 2006 [TOC]

Blackout in São Paulo; “Copa da Cultura” in Berlin; Christie's Goes to Dubai; Art in Gaza

May 2006

Electric Company Pulls the Plug on the Museu de Arte de São Paulo; Gilberto Gil Opens Brazil's “Copa da Cultura” in Berlin; A Report from Christie's New Branch in Dubai; and a Look at Difficulties Facing Artists in Gaza… READ ON

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