April 2012

On the cover: Gillian Wearing, the people watcher; comix legend R. Crumb talks about sex, politics and America; Thomas Demand talks to Daniel Kehlmann; Studio Formafantasma; Xavier Veilhan; an artist project by Kraftwerk; plus reviews including Santiago Sierra, Soto, JOn Kessler and Bojan Šarčević

Features

Gillian Wearing: The people watcher

R. Crumb: Sex, politics and America

Thomas Demand: Modelmaking

Studio Formafantasma: Renegade materialism

Xavier Veilhan: Public art and private pleasures

Glasgow: Beyond the miracle

Kraftwerk: Artist project

Reviews

Brian Griffiths; Christina Mackie; Santiago Sierra; A Plea for Tenderness; Daria Martin; Matthew Darbyshire; Soto: Paris and Beyond, 1950–1970; Campaign; Jon Kessler; Alec Soth; Pietro Roccasalva; Alina Szapocznikow; Tom Dale; D’Apres Giorgio; Tadashi Kawamata; Le Silence: Une Fiction; Found in Translation; Utopia Gesamtkunstwerk; Bojan Šarčević; Narelle Jubelin; 124 On the Town Francesco Vezzoli’s 24 Hour Museum.

Book reviews

This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s

Draw It with Your Eyes Closed

Women of the Avant Garde, 1920–1940

Paul Graham: The Present

Zona

Until Further Notice, I Am Alive

Together

Hi! Lo.

Kippenberger: The Artist and His Families

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