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Chronicles of an Art Drifter 3Q15


[/caption] As promised I would give an update of my travels every quarter. The third quarter brought me back to NY in July, where amongst other places I spend some time in… Read More…


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Lecture by Stephen G. Rhodes at The Ateliers, Amsterdam


Very good lecture by Stephen G. Rhodes (US, 1977) last night at The Ateliers in Amsterdam. Stephen was juggling with representation. He made a beautiful, or better said evocative, 13-minute video referring… Read More…


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The Web by Jon Kessler at the Swiss Institute, New York


From the press release: The Web is an immersive installation that addresses the significance of the internet and mobile devices in our lives while simultaneously examining the role of the viewer. The… Read More…


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MACBA and MALBA, Buenos Aires


In Buenos Aires, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA), a new museum for contemporary art located in the old section of San Telmo. Four concrete spaces, most of them sub-terrainean,… Read More…


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Documenta 13, Kassel


When Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev (US, 1957) set out to curate Documenta 13 five years ago, she could not possibly have envisioned the massive cultural and economic shifts that have occurred over the last… Read More…


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Apperception by Daan Van Golden at Wiels, Brussels


A beautiful exhibition of Dutch artist Daan Van Golden (NL, 1936), curated by Devrim Bayar, was on view at Wiels in Brussels. Van Golden has been working in an almost glacial pace… Read More…


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Performance & Public Art Festival at Pacific Standard Time, Los Angeles


The Performance & Public Art Festival, held as part of the program of the Pacific Standard Time exhibition series, ran from January 19 through 29, 2012. A very good survey of all… Read More…


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The Nasser D. Khalili Collection at the Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam


Mixing in 19th century Occidental fantasies about the Orient—such as flying carpets and the mystery of the Fata Morgana—with the visual dialogue arising from a myriad of similarities between Occidental and Oriental… Read More…