Jennifer Allen

Boris Groys on Stalin; John Cage's Longest Piece

March 2003

This week in the European papers: Boris Groys on Stalin as lifestyle guru, and John Cage's 639-year-long composition gets an airing in Halberstadt.… READ ON

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Maurice Blanchot Dies; More News from Venice

March 2003

This week in the European papers: Maurice Blanchot dies at ninety-five; Kippenberger and Candida Höfer chosen for the German pavilion; and Bonami's hopes for his Biennale.… READ ON

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Kippenberger on View, Koons Commissioned, and more

February 2003

This week in the European papers: Kippenberger's half century celebrated; Koons invited to Hamburg; and Breton's possessions in dispute.… READ ON

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Paris Prepares for Flood; Views on War and Culture, and More

February 2003

This week in the European papers: Paris prepares for possible flooding; the story of Malevich at the Stedelijk; Tessa Jowell, under pressure, approves antiwar demonstration; and more.… READ ON

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Phillips Restructures; Musée de L'Homme Packs Up, and More

February 2003

This week in the European papers: Phillips auction house scales down; Paris's Musée de l'Homme packs up; and the story of Picasso's La Femme au Corbeau.… READ ON

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Superflex

February 2003

“Every tool is a weapon if you hold it right.” Superflex—the artists collective composed of Bjørnstjerne Reuter Christiansen, Jakob Fenger, and Rasmus Nielsen—take the Ani DiFranco lyric as a truism but also as a call to arms. Like… READ ON

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Newton Archive, Agnelli Tribute, Bonami's Painters and More

January 2003

This week in the European papers: Berlin receives Helmut Newton's collection and archives; Gianni Agnelli is remembered as an art lover; Catherine Millet defends prostitution; and Schipol Airport displays Rembrandt.… READ ON

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News from Graz, Nancy, Paris, Berlin, and the Web

January 2003

This week in the European papers: Graz's debut as cultural capital; a new art center for Nancy; the Palais de Tokyo's one-year anniversary; and the challenges of the online archive.… READ ON

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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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