Monthly Archives: March 2012

This St Patrick’s Day, Publish and Be Damned at the ICA

In an era where “what’s an e-book?!” has increasingly yielded to “you know, this Kindle is kind of convenient…,” publishing – let alone self-publishing –  has gotten even more complicated. Published and Be Damned aims to foster and support the … Continue reading

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Angry Birds descend on Warsaw’s Museum of Modern Art

On March 15, the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art will open the doors on Angry Birds, a rambunctious group of young artists pulled together by artist-curator David Ter-Oganyan, with some help from Daria Atlas and Katya Szczeka. Like Ter-Oganyan’s ON/OFF … Continue reading

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FotoFest 2012 focuses on Russian Contemporary Photography

FotoFest, the longest running photography biennial in the United States (going on fourteen years this year) has announced that this year’s edition will focus on Russian photography, with a three-pronged exhibition program: After Stalin, “The Thaw”, The Re-emergence of the Personal … Continue reading

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The Elections spawn a new type of Protest Art in Russia

Last Wednesday, as part of a series of conversations sponsored by artist residency Dar al-Ma’mûn, visitors to the Marrakech Biennale gathered for “A Spring of Images?,” a panel hosted by Dar al-Ma’mûn’s Omar Berrada that featured WJT Mitchell and Rasha Salti … Continue reading

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Moscow Biennale of Young Art releases its Artist Roster

A day before Moscow’s decisive (or maybe not just decided) elections, the Moscow Biennale of Young Art has released the list of participating artists for the main project, Under a Tinsel Sun, which was put together by Berlin-based curator Kathrin … Continue reading

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