Miguel Amado

Iratxe Jaio and Klaas van Gorkum

ADN Platform

April 2014

The practice of Rotterdam-based artists Iratxe Jaio and Klaas van Gorkum explores social transformation in the West brought forth by late capitalism. In their latest exhibition, organized by the independent curatorial group Latitudes, they … READ ON


Miguel Amado

December 2013

Ahlam Shibli’s “Phantom Home” at Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (January 25–April 28, 2013); Jeu de Paume (May 27–September 30, 2013); Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves (November 14, 2013–February 9, 2014) This … READ ON


Kader Attia

Kader Attia talks about “Repair. In Five Acts”

August 2013

Kader Attia is a French artist of Algerian descent currently based in Berlin whose practice often investigates historical misunderstandings. His installation The Repair from Occident to Extra-Occidental Cultures, 2012, was a highlight of last… READ ON


Julićo Sarmento

Julićo Sarmento talks about his current and recent shows

July 2013

Julião Sarmento is a Lisbon-based artist well known for his critique of the male gaze. He recently had a retrospective at the Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves in Porto, Portugal. This summer he has exhibitions at the Museo de Arte… READ ON


Lee Welch

Lee Welch discusses “If What They Say Is True”

December 2012

Dublin-based artist Lee Welch’s exhibition “If What They Say Is True,” is on view at the Centre for Contemporary Art Derry~Londonderry through January 13, 2013. He is the first recipient of “Production Ireland,” the debut edition … READ ON


Nedko Solakov

Nedko Solakov talks about his retrospective

September 2012

The Sofia, Bulgaria–based artist Nedko Solakov is known for his narrative-driven installations that merge his biography with history and fiction. His unorthodox, multipart, touring survey exhibition “All in Order, with Exceptions” is … READ ON


“Joćo Penalva: Works With Text and Image”

May 2011

Joćo Penalva’s most ambitious survey show to date smartly brings together a full complement of his work, from his rarely seen allegorically driven paintings of the 1980s and ’90s through his more recent multimedia installations and videos. … READ ON


“To the Arts, Citizens!”

March 2011

The smart, conspicuous display of works by the collective Claire Fontaine encapsulates this exhibition’s political bent, also evident in its title—“To the Arts, Citizens!”—inspired by the lyrics of the French revolutionary anthem … READ ON


“Pleated Blinds”

February 2011

One of the most compelling images in this thoughtful exhibition depicts the Twin Towers on fire on 9/11. What makes the 2007 photograph stand out among the other works on view is its unique formal qualities (such as pixelation), which interfere… READ ON


“Model Kits. Thinking Latin America through the MUSAC Collection”

December 2010

Carla Zaccagnini’s contribution to this exhibition encapsulates the show’s intellectual framework by playing with dominant perspectives about Latin America, as reported by the European press. Evidencias: Narrativas ínfimas o dramaturgia… READ ON