Frieze - Issue 148 - June-July 2012

Frieze - Issue 148 - June-July 2012
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Publication Date Jun 2012
Description State of the Art Dear Claes ... What kind of art do you stand for? by Dan Fox Trend Analysis What’s Hot, What’s Not Eggs, poodles, Minimalism? Pretty, Pretty Good A Taste of Politics Art and the Cold Civil War by Jennifer Allen Informant To Die For A brief history of deadly art by George Pendle Other cities, other seas Stand Up One woman’s protest in Damascus by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie Money If I Were a Rich Man The shifting iconography of the wealthy by Adam Kleinman Criticism Talk, Talk When does bar-room debate count as criticism? by Peter Coviello The Art World Echo Chamber Is today’s art too self-referential? by Dieter Roelstraete Music Music In new interviews, Conny Plank’s collaborators – including Brian Eno and Holger Czukay – remember the radical music producer. by Geeta Dayal Books Books Bertolt Brecht and the media today by Gemma Sieff Architecture Life in Architecture The first in an occasional series in which an artist, curator or writer discusses the buildings and environments that have most influenced them by Pablo Bronstein
ISSN 977062067014
Quantity 1
Format Magazine
Months June 2012, July 2012
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