June 29, 2011 - art-agenda - Art Agenda reviews: Venice Biennale, Art Basel, based in Berlin, Ai Weiwei and more…
June 29, 2011

Art Agenda reviews: Venice Biennale, Art Basel, based in Berlin, Ai Weiwei and more…

Roman Ondák, “Enter the Orbit,” 2011.
96 versions of Sputnik 1 made by the artist and his friends.

Art Agenda reviews: Venice Biennale, Art Basel, based in Berlin, Ai Weiwei and more...

Art Agenda Summer Reviews

The last six weeks on Art Agenda have been busy. We have an array of reviews on the great summer art events—Quinn Latimer, Vivian Rehberg and J.J. Charlesworth on Art Basel; Michèle Faguet on based in Berlin; Adam Kleinman and Kirsty Bell on the Venice Biennale; Max Henry on Vienna gallery weekend; and Kirsty Bell on Berlin gallery weekend—as well as reviews of a number of preemptive summer gallery shows—Chris Sharp on Michael E. Smith at Susanne Hilberry, Detroit; Filipa Ramos on Ai Weiwei at Lisson Gallery, London, coinciding with news of his release; Brian Sholis on “Hiroshima Ground Zero” at the International Center of Photography, New York; Antek Walczak on “Vision is elastic. Thought is elastic.” at Murray Guy, New York; Michelle Grabner on Rinus Van de Velde at at moniquemeloche, Chicago; Quinn Latimer on Louise Nevelson and Isabelle Cornaro at Galerie 1m3, Lausanne; Tyler Coburn on Walead Beshty at Regen Projects II, LA; Karen Archey on Mario Garcia Torres at Itinerant, New York; Colin Chinnery on Liu Wei’s “Trilogy” at Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, and Filipa Ramos on Neïl Beloufa at Galleria ZERO, Milan.

Keep an eye out for summer show reviews coming in July, including: Joanna Fidducia on “The Lifestyle Press” at Cherry and Martin, LA; Merve Unsal on Vahap Avsar’s “NONEISAFE” at Charles Bank Gallery, New York; Ana Teixeira Pinto on “The Art of Narration Changes with Time” at Spruth Magers, Berlin; Vivian Rehberg on Anri Sala at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris; Aoife Rosenmeyer on “Sculpture Show” at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich; and Media Farzin on “The Unfinished Film” at Gladstone Gallery, New York, among others.

Recent reviews:

Chris Sharp on Michael E. Smith at Susanne Hilberry, Detroit
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Filipa Ramos on Ai Weiwei at Lisson Gallery, London
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J.J. Charlesworth on Roman Ondák’s “Enter the Orbit” at Kunsthaus Zurich
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Vivian Rehberg’s Art Basel roundup, Art Basel / New Jerseyy / Kunsthalle Basel / Museum Für Gegenwartskunst, Basel
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Quinn Latimer on Art Basel
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Michele Faguet on “based in Berlin” at Atelierhaus Monbijoupark / Kw Institute For Contemporary Art / Nationalgalerie Im Hamburger Bahnhof / Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (N.B.K) / Berlinische Galerie, Berlin
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Kirsty Bell on International Pavilions 54TH VENICE BIENNALE, Venice
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Adam Kleinman on “ILLUMInazioni – ILLUMInations” 54TH VENICE BIENNALE, Venice
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Brian Sholis on “Hiroshima Ground Zero” at the International Center of Photography, New York
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Max Henry on curated by_vienna 2011
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Antek Walczak on “Vision is elastic. Thought is elastic.” curated by Moyra Davey & Zoe Leonard at Murray Guy, New York
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Michelle Grabner on Rinus Van de Velde’s “Dear David Johnson,” at moniquemeloche, Chicago
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Quinn Latimer on “Le vertige de la moraine. Strate II: Louise Nevelson and Isabelle Cornaro” Galerie 1m3, Lausanne
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Tyler Coburn on Walead Beshty’s “PROCESSCOLORFIELD” at Regen Projects II, Los Angeles
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Kirsty Bell on Martin Creed’s “Paintings” at Johnen Galerie, Berlin
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Karen Archey on Mario Garcia Torres’s “Cover Letter” at Itinerant, 45 Orchard St, New York
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Colin Chinnery on Liu Wei’s “Trilogy” at Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai
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Filipa Ramos on Neïl Beloufa’s “Changes of administrations” at Galleria ZERO, Milan
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