Art Review (06/05) May 2006

Art Review (06/05) May 2006
Library Shelf Location AP
Publication Date May 2006
Abstract TESTING GROUND MAKING YOUR WAY THROUGH CREATIVE CALIFORNIA THE GENEROUS PIRATE Daniel Kunitz meets Javier Peres to find out how he juggles his three galleries in LA, Berlin and New York – and how he came by his nickname LA EXPONENTIAL Once a self-contained eco system, the Los Angeles art scene has been ripened by talent from the east. Emma Gray finds it fit to burst UNTITLED LA Sarah Thornton visits Michael Asher, John Baldessari, Chris Burden, Mary Kelly and Ed Ruscha in their studios MASTER OF ALL HE SURVEYS The works that fill the LA home of Dean Valentine may be a selection of the greatest art produced in the last few decades, but to him they are the manifestation of the process of collecting itself. By Chris Lee DRAWING RESTRAINT 9 Made over a period of nearly two decades, Matthew Barney’s Drawing Restraint series has now moved out of the eclipse of the Cremaster project into the light of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Neville Wakefield introduces an exclusive project by Matthew Barney COMING IN FROM THE COLD Jane Neal warms to the paintings of Victor Man REALITY FOOTBALL Douglas Gordon and Philippe Parreno are bringing French footballing legend Zinédine Zidane to the big screen. By Dominic Molon INCLUDES Pull out guide on James Turrell's new piece in Yorkhire
Quantity 1
Format Magazine
Month May 2006
Language English
Issue Art Review - May 2006
Publication ArtReview Ltd

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