COLUMNS

  • PRINT November 2007

    Paweł Althamer

    This past year Paweł Althamer had solo exhibitions at Fondazione Nicola Trussardi in Milan and Galerie Neugerriemschneider in Berlin, and he participated in Skulptur Projekte Münster. He lives and works in Warsaw.

  • PRINT October 2007

    Rosalind Nashashibi

    Rosalind Nashashibi represents Scotland in the Fifty-second Venice Biennale. She is currently participating in the third installment of the Contour Biennial for Video Art in Mechelen, Belgium; has a solo exhibition at Berkeley Art Museum in California; and is artist in residence at the International Artists Studio Program in Sweden (Stockholm). She and Lucy Skaer work collaboratively under the name Nashashibi/Skaer.

  • PRINT September 2007

    Alison Knowles

    Alison Knowles makes performances, books, poems, and visual artworks. This past July, she performed at Miguel Abreu Gallery in New York as part of “Agapē,” an exhibition on musical notation curated by Alex Waterman. She is a founding member of the Fluxus group.

  • PRINT Summer 2007

    Paulina Olowska

    This past winter, Polish-born, Berlin-based artist Paulina Olowska had a solo exhibition at Metro Pictures Gallery in New York. She currently has a show at the Portikus in Frankfurt, which will close in July, and a joint exhibition with Lucy McKenzie at Sammlung Goetz in Munich through August.

  • PRINT May 2007

    Chip Lord

    Chip Lord was cofounder, with Doug Michels, of Ant Farm, the subject of a major retrospective organized in 2004 by the Berkeley Art Museum and of upcoming exhibitions at the Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain Centre in Orléans, France, and the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture in New York. A survey of Lord’s single-channel video works was held at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid in March 2005. He is a professor in the film and digital media department at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

  • PRINT April 2007

    Kay Rosen

    Based in Gary, Indiana, Kay Rosen recently had a solo exhibition at Yvon Lambert in New York, and this fall her work will be included in multiple group exhibitions, including “Sign Language” at the Des Moines Art Center. She is one of the artists illustrating Four Corners Books’s upcoming series of new editions of literary works. A collection of her writings will be published by Sara Ranchouse Publishing in May.

  • PRINT March 2007

    Rae Armantrout

    Rae Armantrout is a poet and professor of writing and literature at the University of California in San Diego, whose poems have recently appeared in The Nation and The Oxford Book of American Poetry. Her eighth book of poems, Next Life, was published by Wesleyan University Press in January 2007, and she is currently working on a new book titled Versed.

  • PRINT February 2007

    Katy Moran

    Last October, Katy Moran had her first solo exhibition at Modern Art in London, where she is based, and she is currently participating in group shows at Gagosian Gallery in New York; Mead Gallery in Warwick, UK; Engholm Engelhorn Galerie in Vienna; and Vamiali’s Gallery in Athens.

  • PRINT January 2007

    Eileen Quinlan

    New York–based artist Eileen Quinlan had her first solo exhibition at Sutton Lane in London this past September, is currently working on a project with Cheyney Thompson and Lucy McKenzie for the Arnolfini in Bristol, UK, opening in July, and will have a show at Miguel Abreu Gallery in New York in the fall of 2007.

  • PRINT November 2006

    Fia Backström

    Fia Backström is a New York–based artist whose work has recently been included in “Bring the War Home” at Elizabeth Dee Gallery in New York and “Minotaur Blood” at Fortescue Avenue in London. She will participate in the exhibition “Looking Back,” opening this month at New York’s White Columns, and in the winter will contribute to the “United Nations Plaza” seminar program in Berlin. She has had texts published in Pacemaker and North Drive Press.

  • PRINT October 2006

    Aleksandra Mir

    Last December, Polish-born Swedish national Aleksandra Mir moved to Palermo, Italy, from New York, where she had lived and worked since 1989, to study Sicilian cooking, printing methods, and stained glass traditions. This month, Artforum asked Mir to share a selection of her findings in a special Top Ten based on her experiences on the island.

  • Photo: Marte Garmann Johnsen

    PRINT September 2006

    Matias Faldbakken

    Matias Faldbakken is an Oslo-based artist and author who often writes under the pseudonym Abu Rasul. This month, his play, Cold Product, will be published under his own name by Kagge Forlag, and he will participate in the Norwegian Sculpture Biennial at Oslo’s Vigeland Museum. His work will also be included in the forty-seventh installment of the October Salon, an annual exhibition of international art in Belgrade. (Photo: Marte Garmann Johnsen)