Monthly Archives: November 2011

Library Science at Artspace

Artspace, the New Haven nonprofit, is working together with nearby institutions including Yale, to present Library Science, an exhibition and film program dedicated to bibliophilia, in its most creative expressions. According to the press release: The desire to collect information … Continue reading

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e-flux launches its journal on Moscow Conceptualism

As we already mentioned, e-flux inaugurated its new exhibition space with an exhibition of Andrei Monastyrski and Collective Actions, allowing curator Boris Groys to pick up where he left off with “Empty Zones,” the Russian Pavilion at this year’s Venice … Continue reading

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All or None: Maurizio Cattelan at the Guggenheim New York

These days it seems common practice to read about music groups splitting up, getting back together, or quitting the business entirely. Less so with artists, however. This may be why Maurizio Cattelan‘s recent declaration that he is “quitting” the art … Continue reading

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Happy Days in the Art World: Performa 11

Today, Performa 11 kicks off with the world premiere of Elmgreen & Dragset’s Happy Days in the Art World. According to Galerie Perrotin: With Happy Days in the Art World, Elmgreen & Dragset will present a theatrical performance that draws references from … Continue reading

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