February 2018 in Artforum

February 2018 in Artforum



February 1, 2018
February 2018 in Artforum
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This month in Artforum:

Serious Sex Battle: Sarah Nicole Prickett on the myth of the Wonder Woman 

“A new notion of feminism: the ambiguous and provisional belief that whatever was done to us because we were girls is what we should not do to others.”
–Sarah Nicole Prickett

How Would a Comb That Cannot Untangle Hair Look?: Dan Nadel on the art of Christina Ramberg

“Ramberg located the discomfiting feeling that lies between ‘fascinating’ and ‘awful’ and made compelling and definitive images of and from that place.”
–Dan Nadel

1000 Words: Howardena Pindell talks about her forthcoming retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

“Glitter. Pink. This was my way of resisting.”
–Howardena Pindell

Active Duty: Caroline Lillian Schopp on the art of Franz Erhard Walther

“Walther’s project is an ongoing interrogation of responsibility—the responsibility that arises from our collective encounter with things, with the world and the bodies that compose it.”
–Caroline Lillian Schopp

And: Molly Nesbit on the rise of Cosmism; Laura McLean-Ferris on Irena Haiduk; Solveig Nelson on the life and legacy of Thing; Emily Liebert on Elise Archias’s The Concrete Body; Tony Pipolo on Valeska Grisebach’s Western; Elizabeth Mangini on Gilberto Zorio, and Amy Taubin on Errol Morris’s Wormwood.

Plus: David J. Getsy on Cassils, Kate Sutton on Jasmina Cibic’s NADA trilogy, Tobias Madison on The Overworked Body, Barry Schwabsky on Alberto Savinio, Nuit Banai on École(S) de Nice, Zehra Jumabhoy on Rasheed Araeen, and Andrea Arrubla shares her Top Ten.

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