MAP - Issue 19 - Autumn - 2009

MAP - Issue 19 - Autumn - 2009
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Description With this summer's big art events behind us, MAP looks forward to the final months of 2009 with a collection of in-depth features and reviews. This issue’s commissioned artist, Clunie Reid, creates an audaciously lyrical dialogue between found and collaged images over eight pages. Meanwhile, our artist’s contribution from Ellen Cantor gives us a vivacious insight into her ongoing film project in an extensive monologue text. Elsewhere, Chris Sharp analyses the history of destruction, putting into context the tropes of a number of contemporaries. Editor-at-large Isla Leaver-Yap examines the legacy of Eva Hesse and her influence on a younger generation of artists, and Michelle Cotton unpacks complex historical narratives colliding in Stephen Sutcliffe’s video work. History is what matters to John Calcutt in his investigation of Transmission’s archive as the gallery approaches its 25th anniversary and re-opens in the new Trongate 103. Bringing things up-to-date and furthering MAP’s commitment to the most exciting developments in contemporary art, Joanna Fiduccia highlights the work of neo-conceptualist Etienne Chambaud in a monograph that positions his practice within a wider frame of reference, art duo Tatham & O’Sullivan reveal another side to their practice in an interview with Mona Casey and Adam Szymczyk reports from the Athens Biennial in an analytical focus report. Finally, Jane and Louise Wilson, showing at Talbot Rice Gallery as part of this year's Edinburgh Art Festival, give MAP an enigmatic back page.
ISSN 771745448013
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Format Magazine
Related Artists Ellen Cantor, Eva Hesse, Stephen Sutcliffe, Clunie Reid, Etienne Chambaud, Tatham & O'Sullivan
Language English
Publication MAP Magazine

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