art-agenda

ON THE AGENDA IN JULY

Fiona Banner at Tate Britain, London
Aoife Rosenmeyer takes a look at Fiona Banner’s gigantic birds of prey employed by the military when language is rendered mute—in the midst of the clamor concerning BP’s sponsorship of the Tate.
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Liang Shuo at C5 Gallery, Beijing
Pauline Yao reports on Liang Shuo’s unusual “fittings” and the spectacularly weird settings he gives them in a show called “Fit,” an homage to the “jerry-rigged aesthetic that permeates contemporary China.”
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Liam Gillick at Esther Schipper, Berlin
Kirsty Bell gets tangled in the theoretical quagmire of Liam Gillick and comes out punching the “crosswinds of conundrum and dissent.”
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Rodney Graham at Lisson Gallery, London
Tyler Coburn brings us into the dizzying mise-en-abîme of Rodney Graham’s “Painter, Poet, Lighthouse Keeper.”
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Michel Auder at Volume2, Los Angeles and Anthology Film Archives, Newman Popiashvili Gallery, Participant Inc., Zach Feuer Gallery, New York
Media Farzin takes a look at three outposts of Michel Auder’s videos (“an inaccurate survey”) and finds herself wavering between the torture and jouissance of being made to sit still.
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John Smith at Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin
Ana Teixeira Pinto gives us an unwittingly Buddhist take on the structuralist filmmaking of John Smith.
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STILL ON VIEW

Daniel Tucker on The Bucharest Biennale 4: Handlung. On Producing Possibilities
Until 25 July
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Jennifer Teets on Goldin+Senneby at Kadist Art Foundation, Paris
Until 25 July
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Michèle Faguet on 6th Berlin Biennale
Until 8 August
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Felix Gonzalez-Torres at Fondation Beyeler, Basel
Until 29 August
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Colby Chamberlain on Greater New York 2010
Until 18 October
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