Jennifer Allen

Flick Confirmed in Berlin; Centre Pompidou in Metz

January 2003

This week in European papers: The Flick Collection is officially received in Berlin; and the Centre Pompidou plans a branch in Metz.… READ ON

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Phaidon's Transformation; Artists as Biologists

January 2003

This week in the European papers: an interview with Richard Schlagman, publisher of Phaidon Press; and an essay on artists acting as scientists.… READ ON

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Ayse Erkmen

January 2003

Turkish artist Ayse Erkmen never works in the same medium or takes the same thematic approach twice. Instead, she varies her gestures to reveal borders inherent to each exhibition space, whether physical or not. For her recent Wiener Secession… READ ON

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Brandhorst Collection; an archive in Venice; Pollock's arcs

December 2002

This week in the European papers: The Brandhorst collection gets a building designed by Sauerbruch & Hutton; the Venice Biennale plans a library; and Scientific American notes Jackson Pollock's fractals.… READ ON

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Rebecca Horn in Naples; Reactions to WTC Site Proposals

December 2002

This week in the European papers: New work by Rebecca Horn disappoints Naples, and the proposals for the World Trade Center site are considered.… READ ON

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Fuchs Steps Down; Virilio's Accidents; Flick's Future

December 2002

This week in the European papers: Rudi Fuchs steps down from the Stedelijk; views on Paul Virilio's exhibition on accidents; and Berlin considers the Flick Collection.… READ ON

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Bonami's Plans for Venice; Forgeries in Austria

December 2002

This week in the European papers: Francesco Bonami reveals themes and curatorial teammates for Venice in 2003; Arnulf Rainer helps police trace forgeries of his own works.… READ ON

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German Venice Commissioner; Art Press Birthday, and More

December 2002

This week in the European papers: the commissioner for Venice's German pavilion is named, Catherine Millet talks about Art Press at thirty, and a look at the state of Net art.… READ ON

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Martha Rosler versus Video; ZKM's “Future Cinema”; and More

November 2002

This week in the European papers: an interview with Martha Rosler, a close-up on ZKM's “Future Cinema,” and a look at plans for Paris's art history library.… READ ON

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Bern's Kunstmuseum; UNESCO Turns Thirty

November 2002

This week the European papers look at the Kunstmuseum Bern's identity crisis and the state of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites as the organization turns thirty.… READ ON

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