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ISSUE 42&41&40

special issue: biennales & fairs - artists on the move, constants new babylon, kenny schachter, yinka shonibare, julian opie, isaac julien, torie begg, roger ballen, barry mcgee, bank, janet cardiff, peter doig

Cover Image: Douglas Gordon, Monument for X, 1998, video installation on monitor or projection on wall with semi tuned radio broadcast, dimensions variable.

COURTESY: Gagosian Gallery, New York and MoMA QNS

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MAGAZINE CONTENTS

EDOTORIAL
Keith Patrick

BIENNIALS & FAIRS
ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR
Guide to the season’s key international events
Sotiris Kyriacou

PREVIEWS
Baltic, East International, James Turrell, Mel Bochner, New Art Centre
Sculpture Park, Cinema India: The Art of Bollywood, Intimate Journeys,
Beyond Paradise: Nordic Artists Travel East, Hayley Newman, Vladimir
Arkhipov, MoMA QNS, de Rijke & de Rooij, The Global Complex

Sotiris Kyriacou

NEWS
London, Athens, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Cardiff, Chicago, Dublin, Glasgow,
Istanbul, Lahore, Melbourne, Milan, Modena, Montreal, New Dehli, New York,
Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Sarajevo, Sofia, Toronto, Vilnius

FEATURES..................................................................................Read More
ARTISTS ON THE MOVE
Three artists for whom work means travelling light
Duncan McLaren

ONE MAN SHOW
Artist and dealer Kenny Schachter comes in from the cold
Elizabeth Bard

SWINGS AND ROUNDABOUTS
Yinka Shonibare and Karen Knorr update Fragonard’s Swing
Catherine James

A CHEQUERED HISTORY
Julian Opie’s affair with Formula One
Niru Ratnam

PROFILE....................................................................................Read More
TORIE BEGG
The art of the apparent
Ian Carr-Harris

ARCHITECTURE...........................................................................Read More
URBAN SPECTACLE
Manchester’s Urbis and Constant’s New Babylon
Mark Rappolt

INTERVIEW
ISAAC JULIEN
On filmmaking, Documenta and London’s ‘happy amateurs’
Maite Lorés

OTHER PLACES, OTHER VOICES
Artists, curators and critics give the inside story on their cities

JOHANNESBURG
Roger Ballen

BERLIN
Anne Maier and Andreas Schlaegel

HELSINKI
Robert Lucander and Andreas Schlaegel

SAN FRANCISCO
Kate Fowle

FASHION
SHADES OF ZARA
Putting the colour into high street fashion
John Noi

BOOKS
BLOOD: ART, POWER, POLITICS, AND PATHOLOGY
John Tercier

THOMAS RUFF: 1979 TO THE PRESENT
Emma Defries

CONSIDERATIONS ON THE ASSASSINATION OF GÉRARD LEBOVICI
Brandon LaBelle

GUERILLA PERFORMANCE AND MULTIMEDIA
Robert Ayers

SUMMER BOOKS
Our editors’ suggestions for summer reading
A Child’s Book of True Crime, Austerlitz, Choke, Fugitive Pieces, Girl with a Pearl Earring, The Grand Complication, The Sexual Life of Catherine M, The Corrections, W, or the Memory of Childhood

REVIEWS..................................................................................Read More

1. IBID.PROJECTS 3(6)  -  Gabriel Coxhead

2. PAINTING AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE  -  Stephen Foster

3. GATSBY  -  JJ Charlesworth

4. CRAIG KALPAKJIAN  -  Ana Finel Honigman

5. JANET CARDIFF AND GEORGE BURES MILLER  -  Robert Ayers

6. STROLLING THROUGH AN ANCIENT SHRINE AND GARDEN  -  Sherman Sam

7. BARRY McGEE  -  Andrea Carson

8. FELIX GONZALEZ-TORRES  -  Anthony Downey

9. CHRISTIAN BOLTANSKI  -  Jean Wainwright

10. BANK  -  Eugene Tan

11. ROBERT BORDO  -  Michael Wilson

12. VIBEKE TANDBERG  -  Caroline Smith

13. HEW LOCKE Jonathan  -  R Jones

14. PETER DOIG  -  Robert Brown

15. FRAGILISME  -  Keith Patrick

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