Displaying 14 articles tagged with "ArtReview March 2017"
Let’s Get Cynical!
The American artists reinventing ‘enlightened false consciousness’
Intimacy and Anonymity
What is Do Ho Suh revealing – and hiding – in the spaces he creates?
Cowboys vs. social sculptors
Sam Korman on negotiating the legacy of Beuys's 'social sculpture' in North America today
Jos Näpflin: NACHTEN
Optimistic fatalism and the last footsteps of Swiss writer Robert Walser
her hand around the room
Power-plays in architecture – and a fug of S&M – animate the artist's Baltic retrospective
The late artist's spindly creations oscillate between domestic objects and fossilised beasts from another planet
A turn to digital photography in the light of past work
peter campus, circa 1987
Light projections by a pioneer of video art explore the visual presence of geological time
Retrospettiva a luce solida
Eight years after his death, Mauri’s subjects of racism, migration, facism and mass media form this timely and comprehensive retrospective
In his first retrospective since his death in 2008, Tate Modern retraces the explosive career of the American artist
On the Dump
Artist Heather Phillipson on dead language, Iceland and Border Collies
Made by Grandad