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November 21, 2011

Art Agenda reviews: September – November 2011

View of Diango Hernández’s “If I send you this” Alexander and Bonin, New York, 2011.

Art Agenda reviews: September - November 2011
As the fall season draws to a close, it’s time to recap Art Agenda reviews of the last few months. Highlights from recent reviews include; Istanbul Biennial by Chris Sharp; Frieze Art Fair by JJ Charlesworth; Bojan Sarcevic at BQ, Berlin by Ana Teixeira Pinto; and Falke Pisano at Ellen De Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam by Stefaan Vervoort; Michael Krebber at Greene Naftali, New York by Antek Walczak; and Amalia Pica at Marc Foxx, LA by Joanna Fiduccia.

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NOVEMBER

Raymond Pettibon’s “Desire in Pursuyt of the Whole” at Regen Projects, Los Angeles
4 November–22 December
Andrew Berardini waves a black flag to inspect Raymond Pettibon’s allusive “Pursuyt” at Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
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Annika Eriksson’s “An exhibition by Annika Eriksson” at NON, Istanbul
29 October–9 December
Basak Senova on Annika Eriksson’s cats, punks, and buildings with a history at Galerie NON, Istanbul.
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Michael Krebber’s “C-A-N-V-A-S, Uhutrust, Jerry Magoo, and guardian.co.uk Paintings” at Greene Naftali, New York
20 October–19 November
Antek Walczak is in a tangled bind with Michael Krebber’s blog paintings “C-A-N-V-A-S, Uhutrust, Jerry Magoo, and guardian.co.uk Paintings” at Greene Naftali, New York.
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Sterling Ruby’s “Vampire” at The Pace Gallery, Beijing
24 September–5 November
David Spalding gets into some art-historical bloodsucking in Sterling Ruby’s “Vampire” at The Pace Gallery, Beijing.
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Moyra Davey’s “Les Goddesses” at Greengrassi, London
17 September–29 October
Gareth Bell-Jones falls in line withon Moyra Davey’s “Les Goddesses” at Greengrassi, London, only he forgets to stumble.
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Nader Ahriman’s “Die Hegelmaschine trifft die Weltseele” at Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna
20 September–29 October
Max Henry pins down the philosophy behind on Nader Ahriman’s “Die Hegelmaschine trifft die Weltseele” at Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna.
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OCTOBER

Bojan Sarcevic’s “At Present” BQ, Berlin
22 October–17 December
Ana Teixeira Pinto looks into what’s at steak (sic) in Bojan Sarcevic’s “At Present” BQ, Berlin.
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Alex Hubbard’s “The Basement of Alamo” at Eleni Koroneou Gallery, Athens
29 September–12 November
Marina Fokidis teaches us the meaning of zymosis inon Alex Hubbard’s “The Basement of Alamo” at Eleni Koroneou Gallery, Athens.
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FIAC!, Paris
20–23 October
Caroline Soyez-Petithomme heads to FIAC’s Grand Palais! and beyond in, Paris.
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Sharon Lockhart’s “Podworka” at Blum and Poe, LA
23 September–29 October
Lyra Kilston falls into the slow gaze of on Sharon Lockhart’s “Podworka” at Blum and Poe, LA.
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Frieze Art Fair, London
13–16 October
JJ Charlesworth didn’t get drunk at on the Frieze Art Fair, London, and we all feel his pain.
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Blake Rayne’s “Shade Subscription” at Capitain Petzel, Berlin
17 September–29 October
Bruno Macaes subscribes to shades (no, not sunglasses)on in Blake Rayne’s “Shade Subscription”show at Capitain Petzel, Berlin.
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Keren Cytter’s “Video Art Manual” at Zach Feuer, New York
10 September–15 October
Karen Archey dares “viewers to glean any sense of comprehension” of Keren Cytter’s “Video Art Manual” at Zach Feuer, New York.
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Tom Molloy’s “Doubt” at Rubicon Gallery, Dublin
3 September–9 October
Aoife Rosenmeyer gives us her take on erasure and other postmodern pleasures in Tom Molloy’s “Doubt” at Rubicon Gallery, Dublin.
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SEPTEMBER

Gardar Eide Einarsson’s “Discourses, Institutions, Buildings, Laws, Police Measures, Philosophical Propositions, and so on” at Standard (OSLO)
26 August–24 September
Kjetil Røed takes a bite out of referential crime in the pull-up bars and traffic barriers of Gardar Eide Einarsson at Standard (Oslo).
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Falke Pisano’s “The Body in Crisis (Distance, Repetition, and Representation)” at Ellen De Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam
10 September–22 October
Stefaan Vervoort tells us when Falke Pisano’s curtain is a curtain and when it’s a cul-de-sac at Ellen De Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam.
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Diango Hernández’s “If I send you this” at Alexander and Bonin, New York
6 September–12 October
“Riddled with thwarted messages” is Alan Gilbert’s take on Diango Hernández’s “If I send you this” at Alexander and Bonin.
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“Untitled (12th Istanbul Biennial)”, Istanbul
17 September–13 November
This Felix Gonzalez-Torres inspired, “surgically precise” Istanbul Biennial-cum museum show isn’t so terrible, argues Chris Sharp.
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Amalia Pica’s “Endymion’s Journey” at Marc Foxx, Los Angeles
3 September–1 October
Amalia Pica rejects “rhetorical efficacy” for a “preoccupation with linguistic misfires and failed transmissions” finds Joanna Fiduccia at Marc Foxx, LA.
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“Our Magic Hour: How Much of the World Can We Know” Yokohama Triennale 2011
6 August–6 November
Brian Sholis finds the best in the Yokohama Triennale despite its didactic tendencies.
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“About Painting” , abc, art berlin contemporary, Berlin
7–11 September
Ana Teixeira Pinto unravels the political battles at the heart of the berlin art fair scene as highlighted through the lens of abc Berlin.
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“La Carte d’après Nature” An exhibition curated by Thomas Demand” at Matthew Marks, New York
19 July–8 October
Thomas Demand’s (too?) tightly curated “domestication of nature” comes under scrutiny from Adam Kleinmann.
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