September 22, 2006 - ArtReview - October Issue – The Art Photography Special
September 22, 2006

October Issue – The Art Photography Special

October Issue The Art Photography Special

Its our annual Art Photography Special this October in ArtReview and the line up is
impressive if not comprehensive.

ArtReview October Issue on Newsstands worldwide 22nd September.

Subscribe to ArtReview visit www.artreview.com

Its our annual Art Photography Special this October in ArtReview and the line up is
impressive if not comprehensive.

Norman Bryson on Sze Tsung Leong
Kate Bush on Alessandra Sanguinetti;
Thomas Demand on Peter Piller
Brian Dillon on Anne Collier
Jens Hoffman on Edie Winograde
Ari Marcopoulos on Robin Graubard
Jessica Morgan on Annette Kelm
Hans Ulrich Obrist on Trisha Donnelly
Plus ArtReviews own pieces on Martina Sauter, Aino Kannisto and Tim Hyde
All this plus ALL TOO HUMAN

Who today would admit, aesthetically or politically, to being a humanist? And who, for that matter knows what being a humanist means? The term is so resolutely disreputable that reference books shirk a definition.
Brian Dillon asks what on earth is it? And why it is about to make a comeback?

Carsten Höller: The Devil Inside

Installing a five-storey slide in Tate Moderns Turbine Hall, does the devilish German feel like a benevolent dictator? Carston Höller disturbs his viewers’ assumptions with installations or interactive sculptures that deliberately but often playfully induce doubts and confusion.
Beijing – The City According To Art

Is it possible to comment on art or China in 2006 without resorting to the word boom?
After several intense consultations with Rogets Brendan McGetrick found it is possible, ands so he dutifully reports the following: in 2006, the Beijing art scene is prospering! It is active and robust if somewhat rambunctious. Find out why!
Blank Canvas – Misremembering Jim

Steve Sherrill meets James Rosenquist in his very own Lower Manhatten building to talk with the artist who is now an elder of juxtaposition his imagery draws from the barrage of incongruities that we humans encounter every day – the historical, constant, and eternal and sometimes the well marketed.

Sherrill paints the picture in words, in the style of and in homage to the man called Jim, and lets us draw our own narrative from the truths from Jim and his own reflective insights and opinions! Its a foretaste of Rosenquists exhibition at Haunch of Venison in London.

PLUS
Elliott Hundley is out to transform the nature of and reception of painting as we know it with his enigmatic storytelling.
Loris Greauds nano-sculptures: electronic microscope not provided.
Moving pictures – Anri Salas free floating video, Andrea Arnolds Red Road and Ori Gersht offers up the humblest pomegranate for our scrutiny, then shoots it.
And previews of: Andrew Sunley Smith in Glasgow, Wilhelm Sasnal in London and Ryan McGinness in Milan, Amsterdam and Madrid.
ArtReview October Issue on Newsstands worldwide 22nd September.

Subscribe to ArtReview visit www.artreview.com

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