December 3, 2002 - Artforum - The Best of 2002: 10 X 11
December 3, 2002

The Best of 2002: 10 X 11

The Best of 2002: 10 X 11

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Best of 2002,” the December special issue that highlights the year’s most memorable exhibitions and events.

From Hesse to Halley, from Documenta to “Lowland Lullaby,” see what Lisa Liebmann, Matthew Higgs, Vince Aletti, Robert Rosenblum, Bob Nickas, Daniel Birnbaum, Kate Bush, Philip Nobel, Tom Holert, Katy Siegel, and Bruce Hainley name as their Top Ten for 2002.

PLUS 19 special contributions on film, music, and books make the December issue a standout.

John Waters, David Bordwell, Amy Taubin, and Ian Birnie loved Far from Heaven, while Punch-Drunk Love topped Chrissie Iles’s chart. In music, find out what Dennis Cooper, Ben Ratliff, Andrew Hultkrans, Clive Bell, and Steve Lafreniere listened to in 2002. Read over the shoulder of Linda Nochlin, Yve-Alain Bois, Christopher S. Wood, David Reed, Anne M. Wagner, Michael Warner, Tacita Dean, John Rajchman, and Carlos Basualdo as they recommend the most noteworthy books of the year.

To preview the special December “Best of 2002″ issue and take advantage of www.artforum.com/subsc ribe.

“There are any number of breathtaking moments in Matthew Barney’s CREMASTER 3, the most extravagant artwork I’ve come across this year (and not just this year)–like the sequence in which a skeletal zombielike body emerges from the mud in a tunnel beneath the Chrysler Building and is placed in the backseat of a ’38 Imperial New Yorker parked in the lobby.”

Daniel Birnbaum on Matthew Barney’s CREMASTER 3

“Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal get my vote for screen couple of the year (even if they were drunk and don’t remember a thing).”

John Waters on Alfonso Cuaron’s Y Tu Mama Tambien

“…Feldman channels Duchamp, Warhol, and Rauschenberg, but is at once funnier than any of them and more rigorously artless. Like any good comedian, he knows that some of the best jokes are pointed and painful.”

Vince Aletti on Hans-Peter Feldmann

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