July 1, 2005 - Spike Art Quarterly - Issue 04 out now!
July 1, 2005

Issue 04 out now!

SPIKE ART QUARTERLY

Cover image: Sue Williams
SPIKE ART QUARTERLY

Issue 04 out now!

Spike art quarterly
Heiligenstädter Lände 29
1190 Vienna
Austria

Tel.: 43/1/360 85 201
Fax: 43/1/360 85 200
Email: spike@spikeart.at

www.spikeart.at

The 4th issue of the bilingual (German / English) art magazine has been presented at the Austrian pavilion at this years Venice Biennale, where HANS SCHABUS, the Viennese artist, raised an artificial mountain over the Austrian pavilion. He is featured in one of the Portraits , followed by:
FRANCIS ALS
The Belgian artist lives in Mexico City where he creates his performances, videos and paintings while ambling about the urban sprawl. By Magali Arriola. JOAN JONAS
In the late 1960s, she began her very personal reflections on all aspects of performance. The topicality of her work continues to surprise. By Barbara Clausen. SUE WILLIAMS
Rita Vitorelli carried on an email correspondence with the New York painter. The result is a brief view of Sue Williamss everyday life as an artist. EMILY JACIR
A central theme in the work of this Palestinian artist is the life in seemingly irreconcilable parts of the world. By Ulrike Zinke and Raimar Stange.

Essay
Each issue is introduced with an essay by a renowned critic about a recent art phenomenon. This time the Paris-based curator HANS ULRICH OBRIST writes about Merzspace, i.e. artists spaces and new forms of complexity.
Artists Talk
Artist Olaf Nicolai talks to director and playwright René Pollesch about the new relationship between criticism and entertainment.
City Guide: Sarajevo
In our editorial focus on Eastern Europe Antje Mayer travels to the Bosnian capital and speaks to media artist Zlatan Filipovic about the difficult situation of art, and life after the war. Daniel Baumann features artists Braco Dimitrijevic, Jusuf Hadzifejzovic, Maja Bajevic and Jasmila Zbanic.
Side Steps
FILM: Jeff Feuerzeigs documentary The Devil and Daniel Johnston. By Judith Fischer.
PRINTED MATTER: Franz Jungs autobiography Der Weg nach unten and Fritz Mieraus Das Verschwinden des Franz Jung. By Hans-Jürgen Hafner.
THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE: Christoph Schlingensiefs Kunst und Gemüse, A. Hipler in Berlin. By Sybille Omlin.
FOCUS: MUSIC: Artists Bands. By Christian Egger.
Standards
ARTISTS FAVOURITES: Sarah Morris likes Matthew Brannon, Ethan Breckenridge, Nathan Carter, Tim Hyde and Chloe Piene.
COLLECTORS COLLECTION: Kathrin Luz visits the Cologne-based collector Thorsten Koch.
CURATORS KEY: Jacques Tatis Playtime. By Beatrix Ruf.
GALLERISTS CHOICES: Galerist (Istanbul) features Leyla Gediz, gb agency (Paris) features Omer Fast, Gallery Lisa Ruyter (Vienna) features Herwig Weiser.
KRUMPLS MARKET MANUAL: Tot & Teuer. By Doris Krumpl
VERENA KUNI: Do It Yourself (With Media).
LETZTE LOCKERUNG: Badgastein hat immer Saison. By Sebastian Mayreck.
REVIEWS
John Baldessari (MUMOK, Vienna), Die Regierung (Secession, Vienna), Michael S. Riedel (Gabriele Senn Galerie, Vienna), Chris Burden (Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna), viennAfair (Vienna), Just do it! (Lentos, Linz), Rok Sieberer-Kuri (SKUC Galerija, Ljubljana), Superflex (Kunsthalle Basel), Harald Szeemann (Münster Bern), Felix Gmelin (Portikus, Frankfurt a. M.), Gallery Weekend (Berlin), currently: Geschichtenerzähler (Kunsthalle Hamburg), Greater New York (P.S.1, New York), Sharjah Biennale (Sharjah)

Until autumn spike will attend the following art fairs:
Art Basel (Basle)
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Spike art quarterly
Heiligenstaedter Laende 29
1190 Vienna, Austria
Tel.: 43/1/360 85 – 201
Fax: 43/1/360 85 – 200
Email: spike@spikeart.at www.spikeart.at

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