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Frieze - Issue 141 - September 2011

Frieze - Issue 141 - September 2011
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Publication Date Sep 2011
Description CONTENTS: Pretty, Pretty Good Tell Tales How memory has changed by Jennifer Allen State of the Art Happy Returns It’s 20 years since the first issue of frieze. How has the art world changed in that time? by Jörg Heiser and Jennifer Higgie Music Music The collected music criticism of the pioneering feminist writer Ellen Willis by Anwyn Crawford In These Intemperate Times Blame it on Andy The problems of acting natural by Lynne Tillman Weekend Special Wall Text The brick as metaphor in South African art and writing by Sean O’Toole Reflections Truth or Dare The dangers of reducing everything to a text by Vivian Sky Rehberg Looking Back The View from Here The Cure, Damien Hirst and beyond: the evolution of the British cultural landscape by Michael Bracewell Books Two new publications look at how reading is changing by Leo Robson Art Criticism The Good, The Bad and The Ugly It’s hard to tell the difference these days by Francesco Bonami Pretty, Pretty Good Tell Tales How memory has changed by Jennifer Allen State of the Art Happy Returns It’s 20 years since the first issue of frieze. How has the art world changed in that time? by Jörg Heiser and Jennifer Higgie Music Music The collected music criticism of the pioneering feminist writer Ellen Willis by Anwyn Crawford In These Intemperate Times Blame it on Andy The problems of acting natural by Lynne Tillman Weekend Special Wall Text The brick as metaphor in South African art and writing by Sean O’Toole Reflections Truth or Dare The dangers of reducing everything to a text by Vivian Sky Rehberg Looking Back The View from Here The Cure, Damien Hirst and beyond: the evolution of the British cultural landscape by Michael Bracewell Books Two new publications look at how reading is changing by Leo Robson Art Criticism The Good, The Bad and The Ugly It’s hard to tell the difference these days by Francesco Bonami Philosophy Theoretically Speaking Throughout the 1990s, the rise of neo-conceptual art coincided with an increasing engagement with theory as a generator of ideas. Did that interest wane, or did it take on new forms in the years that followed? A look back at the last two decades in philosophy by Simon Critchley and Nina Power and Timotheus Vermeulen Fiction Looking Forward Somerset or, A Glance at the Deep Future of the Avant-Garde A short story with images from Ben Rivers’ film Slow Action (2010) by Mark von Schlegell Fiction Looking Forward Twenty Years Fore & Aft We know about the last two decades, but what do the years between now and 2031 have in store? by Bruce Sterling Looking Back Music Survey: Music frieze invited 15 artists and writers to discuss some of the significant musicians and releases of the last 20 years Film Film and Television Looking Back TV Survey: On Screen What have you been watching? 26 artists and writers respond to the last two decades Art Art Criticism Language Keywords First published in 1976, Raymond Williams’ Keywords is a ‘record of an inquiry into a vocabulary … concerned with the practices and institutions described as “culture” and “society”.’ by Dan Fox and Jennifer Higgie Books Looking Back Survey: Books We invited frieze contributors to discuss the writers and publications they consider to be the most significant of the last 20 years Technology Down the Line The last 20 years have seen revolutions in technology that have transformed our lives. How have art and its institutions reacted? by Lauren Cornell and Kazys Varnelis Questionnaire: frieze How old are you? Twenty. by frieze Curating Debate Education Look & Learn The last two decades have seen a proliferation of curatorial studies programmes. How has this affected methodology and display, and what is the future of these courses? Fiction Declaration on the Notion of ‘The Future’ Admonitions and Exhortations for the Cultural Producers of the early-to-mid-21st Century by Tom McCarthy
ISSN 977062067014
Quantity 1
Format Magazine
Related Artist Tracey Emin
Month September 2011
Keyword Political art
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