March 21, 2005 - Spike Art Quarterly - Issue 03 out now!
March 21, 2005

Issue 03 out now!

Cover image: Jonathan Meese   

Spike Art Quarterly
Issue 03 out now!

Spike Art Quarterly

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Spike started in 2004 in Vienna as an artists’ initiative. It is a bilingual (German/English) quarterly and is available in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Prague, Budapest, Bratislava at the kiosk and in selected bookshops. And soon in magazine shops next to you!
Essay

Each issue is introduced by an internationally known critic’s essay on a recent art phenomenon. This time the artist / critic MIKE KELLEY makes an appeal for the artist as critic.
Portraits

It is spike’s concept to offer art producers the possibility of not only taking center stage but also getting in a word on their selves and others. Again five striking international artists are portrayed in detail.
TRISHA DONNELLY
In her micro performances, a disturbing counter world suddenly flares in the course of familiar processes. By Daniel Baumann. JONATHAN MEESE
It would be better if radicality remains in the field of art. A conversation with Rita Vitorelli.
SEJLA KAMERICM
The political videos and actions of this Sarajevo-based artist adress the mechanisms of exclusion and foreign determination. By Anselm Wagner.
FRANZ GERTSCH
The Swiss photorealist, who brought subculture into the sphere of art in 1970s, is still amazingly relevant today. By Philipp Ziegler. RICHARD HOECK
This Austrian artist deconstructs the myth of the American Way of Life in his works. By Raimar Stange.

Art Guide: Kosovo

In our editorial focus on Eastern Europe Antje Mayer takes us through the “Land of the Blackbirds”, whose art scene is receiving growing international attention. Artist Erzen Shkololli features his colleagues Lulzim Zeqiri, Edi Hilla, Jakup Ferri, Sokol Beqiria and Gentian Shkurti.
Plus

FEATURE RAF EXHIBITION. – the controversial RAF exhibition at the Kunst-Werke Berlin from the point of view by Oystein Aaasan, Raimar Stange and Andreas Schlaegel.

SIDE STEPS
ARCHITECTURE: Barbara Imhof’s space-related architecture. By Manuela Hotzl.
PRINTED MATTER: Barnett Newman’s “Stations of the Cross”. By Johannes Gachnang.
FASHION: Less Sex – Very Sexy. By Ruth Weismann.
FOCUS: MUSIC: Industrial Fist (Psychosis). By Seth Price.
STANDARDS
ARTIST’S FAVOURITES: Thomas Locher features Carol Bove, Lise Harlev, Pia Maria Martin, Katya Sander and Jan Timme.
COLLECTOR’S COLLECTION: Ernst Ploil.
CURATOR’S KEY: Olaf Metzel’s “13.4.1981″. By Florian Waldvogel.
GALLERIST’S CHOICES: Gallery HIT (Bratislava) features Lucia Tkacova, Gallery Hohenlohe & Kalb (Vienna) features Simon Wachsmuth, Gallery Ritter/Zamet (London) features Nogah Engler.
KRUMPL’S MARKET MANUAL: Once Again, Please! Repetition in art. By Doris Krumpl
VERENA KUNI: The Voices of The Media.
LETZTE LOCKERUNG: Borschtsch im Expresszug. By Sebastian Mayreck.
REVIEWS William Eggleston (Albertina, Vienna), Werner Feiersinger (Gallery Martin Janda, Vienna), Henrik Krawen (Gallery EngholmEngelhorn, Vienna), Nedko Solakov (O.K Centrum fur Gegenwartskunst, Linz), Michel Majerus (Kunsthaus Graz), Carol Rama (Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck), Dinos & Jake Chapman (Kunsthaus, Bregenz), Cindy Sherman (Spruth Magers Gallery, Munich), Carsten Nicolai (Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt a. M.), Gerhard Richter (K 20, Dusseldorf), Gabriel Orozco (Palacio de Cristal, Madrid), Richard Renaldi (Western Projects, Los Angeles), Biennale Moscow, Triennale India (New Delhi)

Until summer spike will attend the following art fairs:
ViennAfair (Vienna), Art Moscow (Moscow), Art Basel (Basle)
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