Jennifer Allen

Darren Almond and Sarah Morris

January 2002

What do time and space look like? In this exhibition, Darren Almond and Sarah Morris propose concrete answers to a question that has inspired countless philosophical inquiries. Almond has produced an oversized clock that not only displays … READ ON

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Neshat in the News; Texte zur Kunst on the Art Market

January 2002

Zurich's Neue Zürcher Zeitung, spoke with Shirin Neshat on her return to Iran after the revolution; meanwhile, Berlin's Tagezeitung, explores Texte zur Kunst's art-market issue.… READ ON

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Reading the Euro; Culture Politics in France and Germany

January 2002

Countries in the European Community may have lost part of their national identity when the Euro became the official currency for the twelve member states on January 1, but commentators have gained a rare opportunity to reflect on the aesthetics… READ ON

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Egg Turner, the Beck's Futures Shortlist, and Neo Rauch

December 2001

Martin Creed may have won the Turner Prize, but not everyone is pleased with his work. Last week, a woman visitor threw eggs at his prizewinning installation The Lights Going On and Off, 2001.… READ ON

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Central European Avant-Gardes: Exchange and Transformation, 1910–1930

December 2001

Curated by Timothy O. Benson To re-create the itinerary of the historical avant-garde, LACMA curator Timothy O. Benson has opted for the scenic route from Berlin eastward, with stops at remote destinations like Lodz and Ljubljana. More than… READ ON

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Franz Ackermann

December 2001

Having painted the outside of the Kunsthalle Basel last summer, Franz Ackermann moves inside to explore, with his particular mix of psychedelic imagery and architectural form, metaphors of travel. “One Night in the Tropics” unfolds like… READ ON

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Palais de Tokyo and Le Plateau

World Report

December 2001

Enfin. On January 19, the long-anticipated Palais de Tokyo opens its doors as the world’s first art center to welcome visitors “from midday to midnight.” Located in the building adjacent to the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de … READ ON

IN PRINT January 2002 [TOC]

Heike Baranowsky

December 2001

What’s wrong with this picture? The German artist Heike Baranowsky would be happy to explain the strange things going on in her videos. But the explanations—which amount to digital manipulation and changes in camera perspective—don’t … READ ON

IN PRINT January 2002 [TOC]

MARTIN CREED WINS TURNER PRIZE

December 2001

And the winner is... Martin Creed. The thirty-three-year-old Creed took away the Turner Prize last night, beating out Richard Billingham, Isaac Julien, and even bookie favorite Mike Nelson.… READ ON

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Leon Tarasewicz

December 2001

After a successful showing in the Polish pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale, Leon Tarasewicz has produced yet another striking installation. A sequence of individual canvases on the walls surround an immense painting/sculpture measuring… READ ON

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