MAP - Issue 18 - Summer - 2009

MAP - Issue 18 - Summer - 2009
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Description This issue, MAP sports two covers. In addition to the regular design, a limited edition cover celebrates both the 53rd Venice Biennale and the latest MAP commission by Martin Boyce; his archived sources incorporate the prose of novelist Haruki Murakami in an 11-page work that brings his presentation at the Scottish pavilion in Venice into context. Inside, MAP's commitment to emerging and established talents remains the same. This issue includes writing on the work of Glasgow-based Stina Wirfelt, New York-based Peter Simensky and London-based Simon Fujiwara. Martin Herbert looks at the work of Luke Fowler as he rises to prominence – his first major solo show in the UK has just opened at the Serpentine, London. Video and film with very different influences show at Tramway, Glasgow, through May; Phil Collins compliments his outstanding exhibition on MAP's back page with a poster image originally produced to advertise the filming session for the 'world won't listen' in Bogata, Columbia, 2004. With the publication of Issue 18, a new roster of editorial advisors is welcomed, and a big thank you extended to the outgoing line-up for their much-appreciated support during their tenure.
ISSN 771745448013
Quantity 1
Format Magazine
Related Artists Martin Boyce, Ray Johnson, Luke Fowler, Manon de Boer, Haris Epaminonda, Leigh Ledare
Language English
Publication MAP Magazine

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