PRINT December 2006

Lynne Cooke

GIVEN HOW OFTEN emerging artists today take their cues from the ’60s generation, it was reassuring that there were several major exhibitions this year of work by artists who came to prominence in that period. Among the most memorable shows I saw were the well-researched, comprehensive Lee Lozano retrospective at the Kunsthalle Basel; Jean-Luc Godard’s enthralling intervention at the Centre Pompidou in Paris; the gemlike Eva Hesse exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York; and two standout contributions by Yvonne Rainer—namely her Dance Theater Workshop performance of AG INDEXICAL, with a little help from H. M., which melded dance, archaeology, and reconstruction in singular fashion, and her book Feelings Are Facts: A Life (MIT Press). A retrospective of the work of Poul Kjærholm at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark, however, failed to garner the kind of attention

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