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Flash Art International

Flash Art International

March-April 2004

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Flash Art International

March-April 2004

The March/April issue of Flash Art is out now, with a special focus on Belgium, the latest in a series of reports from the local climates that make up the contemporary art world. In an interview and an analysis, cover star Luc Tuymans comments on painting, photography, and his upcoming solo exhibition at Tate Modern. Hans Ulrich Obrist speaks with artist Nico Dockx about process and collaboration, while in the “Ouverture” section Douglas Heingartner introduces the work of Jan De Cock. Raf Simons, in conversation with Craig Garrett, discusses collecting and curating in Belgium. And curators Wim Peeters and Eva Wittocx offer insiders’ perspectives on the Belgian scene.

In the rest of the issue, Brian Sholis discusses David Altmejd’s creepy crystalline sculptures. Michael Cohen speaks with young New York artist Alex McQuilkin about her provocative videos. Francesco Manacorda shines some light on the dark side of modernism. And Merrily Kerr asks Roni Horn about her latest photographic series, unveiled exclusively in this issue of Flash Art.

Meanwhile, “Cityscape: Frankfurt” rounds up the most important figures in that city’s creative landscape, while in the News section, reports from the Cairo, Caribbean, and Berlin biennials accompany breaking news from around the globe. As always, Flash Art serves up reviews of the finest contemporary art exhibitions, including the latest from Olaf Bruening, Catherine Opie, Pierre Bismuth, Stephane Dafflon, Gianni Motti, and Olafur Eliasson.

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