Art Monthly - No.371 - November 2013

Art Monthly - No.371 - November 2013
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Publication Date Nov 2013
Description Exhibitions 13th Istanbul Biennial: Mom, Am I Barbarian? various venues Jennifer Thatcher Bergen Assembly: Monday Begins on Saturday various venues Teresa Gleadowe Bob Cobbing: ABC in Sound Exhibition Research Centre, Liverpool Jonathan P Watts Ana Mendieta: Traces Hayward Gallery, London Joanna Walker Marisa Merz Serpentine Gallery, London Martin Holman Tacita Dean: JG Frith Street Gallery, London Christopher Townsend Melvin Moti: Hyperspace The Majestic, Leeds Adam Pugh Word. Sound. Power Tate Modern, London Marcus Verhagen London Round-up South London Gallery • ICA • Waterside Contemporary • England & Co Martin Herbert North-West Round-up FACT • Grundy Art Gallery • Manchester Art Gallery • Bluecoat • Site Gallery Bob Dickinson Reviews Artists' Books Anne Tallentire: Object of a Life Jaspar Joseph-Lester: Revisiting the Bonaventure Hotel Chris Fite-Wassilak investigates a new series of 100-page paperbacks 'Copy Press this year launched the first six of its "Common Intellect" series. Two books in this initial release combine text and imagery to quietly and effectively create their own ambiguous spaces of subjective physicality.' Reviews Books All This Stuff David Briers digs through analyses of artists' archives 'This collection reflects not only the rarefied world of formal, institutionally sited artists' archives, but also that of artists who have an unorthodox attitude to their own archives, and others whose work re-frames existing archives or who create their own, taxonomically wayward "un-archives".' Biennials and Beyond – Exhibitions that Made Art History, Volume II: 1962-2002 Teresa Gleadowe tracks the rise of the professional exhibition maker 'In the introduction to this long-awaited sequel to the first volume of Exhibitions that Made Art History, Bruce Altshuler proposes that, with the beginning of the 1960s, we entered a period of curatorial ascendancy.' Reviews Performance Tyler Coburn: I'm that angel Cliff Lauson experiences the airlessness of big data '"I spent an evening in the cloud," is how I have come to describe attending Tyler Coburn's performance in the nearly completed Volta Data Centre in central London.' Report Conference / Performance Living World – Animism in the 21st Century Giulia Smith gets a little unalienated 'In stark reaction to the old narrative, the new animism does away with anthropocentrism and the imperialist politics it entails. In the past 30-odd years its thinkers have recuperated animism as nothing short of a complex relational ontology for a world in which man features as only one agent among many.' Artlaw Contracts Material Ephemerality Henry Lydiate on restoring Chris Burden's A Tale of Two Cities 'Increasing numbers of collectors, particularly public institutions which have experienced materiality problems with past acquisitions, now include "what if" terms and conditions in their agreements for acquisition of works directly from today's artists.'
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