Frieze - Issue 160 - January/February 2014

Frieze - Issue 160 - January/February 2014
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Publication Date Jan 2014
Description State of the Art Roman Ruins Reflections on Italy's continuing decline by Barbara Casavecchia Exhibitions See Change The increased visibility of art from Africa in the UK by Basia Lewandowska Cummings Postcard Dear Lina The legacy of one of Brazil's greatest architects by Silas Martí The Art World Art and its Objects Meaning beyond the market by Jonathan Watkins Music Music The monumental frequencies of Eleh by Andy Battaglia Museums New Identity How do you rebrand a museum? by Emily King Literature Kind of Blue How writers and filmmakers have responded to that most melancholy of colours by Charlie Fox Technology Look Inside The unexpected uses of Google Street View by Joanne McNeil Books Dramatizing the effects of the virtual life by Ian Chang Roundtable 8 Painters on Painting At a time of revolution in digital technologies, when making extraordinary images has never been technically easier, painting persists. Jennifer Higgie asked eight artists to share their thoughts on the whys and wherefores of figurative painting Year in Review Up & Down How art in 2013 reflected economic inequalities and suggested alternative ways forward by Ben Davis Monograph A Thing for Things With 'one foot in this world and one in another', Mark Leckey's works have a limitless capacity for association by Jonathan Griffin Focus Anicka Yi Narratives of scent and material decay Focus Lawrence Abu Hamdan Forensic listening and juridical speaking by Basia Lewandowska Cummings Monograph What You See Visibility, identity and black people on Mars – Kerry James Marshall in conversation with Ellen Mara De Wachter by Ellen Mara De Wachter Monograph Imitation of Life Animating archives in the ‘queer archaeology’ of Berlin-based duo Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz by Christy Lange City Report Istanbul A sprawling city of more than 15 million inhabitants split between two continents, Istanbul is home to a relatively compact constellation of privately funded foundations, artist-run spaces and commercial galleries. H.G. Masters and Nazli Gurlek survey this art scene’s recent past, and consider what the future might hold in the wake of the Gezi Park protests, a contentious edition of the biennial and little state support Focus Anna Molska Film as social experiment, and learning how to communicate without speaking by Kirsty Bell Focus Iman Issa Fragmentary fiction and cryptic objects by Mia Jankowicz Picture Piece Picture Piece A lighthouse in the sky: Newfoundland's Gander International Airport by Stephanie DeGooyer
ISSN 977062067014
Quantity 1
Format Magazine
Months January 2014, February 2014
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