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Art in America (14/02) February 2014

Art in America (14/02) February 2014
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Publication Date Feb 2014
Description Table of Contents The Brief Envisioning China in Chicago; ARCO Madrid highlights Finland; Works & Process dance series at the Guggenheim; Los Angeles Poverty Department performs in Queens; Mike Nelson at The Power Plant in Toronto. Sightlines Ballroom Marfa cofounder Fairfax Dorn tells Chris Chang what's on her mind. First Look by William S. Smith Julia Rommel. Muse The Exalted State by Dan Walsh Stained-glass windows, mandalas, Oriental carpets and a Catholic boyhood all contribute to the abstract painter's penchant for orderly systems and matter-of-fact spiritual elevation. Backstory Drew Barrymore's Art Camp by Stuart Hawkins In 1996, New York University chums Stuart Hawkins and Chris Verene spent a magical week house-sitting the starlet's West Village loft—and turning it into a think tank for fellow aspiring artists. Atlas Warsaw A Capital Celebration by Katarzyna Bojarska Warsaw Gallery Weekend, one of Poland's many art festivals, recently featured work by several generations of the country's most established artists. When Is Art? by SeungJung Kim "Where and when is the time in the history of art?" So begins Keith Moxey's long-awaited theoretical treatise, Visual Time: The Image in History. A Visit to Other Worlds by Mieke Bal In her multi-channel video installations, Finland's Eija-Liisa Ahtila explores the perspectives of diverse "creatures," both animal and human, often to subtle political effect. Genzken’s Anarchic Objects by Anne Doran Through surprising shifts in scale, Isa Genzken conflates buildings with bodies and consumer culture with war. Art for the Anthropocene Era by Eleanor Heartney Four artists take on the challenges of our environmental crisis. In the Studio: Pablo Bronstein by Kirsty Bell Pablo Bronstein's ground-floor apartment in an 18th-century brick house feels far removed from the urban hustle of this East London neighborhood. Artworld People, Awards, Obituaries
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Related Artists Isa Genzken, Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Pablo Bronstein
Month February 2014
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