ArtReview March 2015

ArtReview March 2015


March 11, 2015

ArtReview March 2015

Future Greats issue, out now

In Art Previewed

Ten March exhibitions you won’t want to miss: 
Björk at MoMA, New York; Les Oracles at XPO, Paris; Simon Ling at Bergen Kunsthall; Paul Johnson at Focal Point, Southend-on-Sea; Possibilities of the Object: Experiments in Modern and Contemporary Brazilian Art at Fruitmarket, Edinburgh; Ydessa Hendeles at ICA, London; Body Talk: Feminism, Sexuality and the Body in the Work of Six African Women Artists at Wiels, Brussels; Julia Dault at Marianne Boesky, New York; Juliette Blightman at Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin; Pennacchio Argentato at T293, Naples (offsite project in Naples bank)

Points of View—our writers on what’s happening in the artworld and beyond: 
Lucas Ospina on the storytelling surrounding the production of art
Maria Lind on the transforming wonders of nature in the work of Ingela Ihrman
Sam Jacob on the end of architecture, and whether or not the best works of real architecture are in fact works of art
Jonathan T.D. Neil on the search for values in contemporary art beyond those “dictated” by the market
Stefanie Hessler on Cuba and what its new international relations means for art
Andrew Berardini on how to get rid of the modernist hangover that is the white cube
Jonathan Grossmalerman, painter of vaginas, on how to penetrate the mystery of the gaze
Mark Rappolt on the Singapore Tyler Print Institute

Great Critics and Their Ideas:
Lord Krishna on the art industry, interviewed by Matthew Collings

In Art Featured

Future Greats: our annual guide to the artists who are setting new agendas in relation to the role and social relevance of art, selected by fellow artists, critics and curators
Jarbas Lopes, selected by Fernanda Gomes
Robert Davis, selected by Rashid Johnson
Pia Camil, selected by Gabriela Jauregui
Maeve Brennan, selected by Phillip Lai
Vicky Wright, selected by J.J. Charlesworth
Ayesha Sultana, selected by Maria Lind
Anne Imhof, selected by Laura McLean-Ferris
Ádám Kokesch, selected by Dóra Maurer
Asim Waqif, selected by Dieter Roelstraete
Rodrigo Hernández, selected by Chris Sharp
Oscar Neuestern, selected by Mario García Torres
Bùi Công Khánh, selected by Zoe Butt
Rachelle Sawatsky, selected by Andrew Berardini
Gian Maria Tosatti, selected by Mike Watson
Delcy Morelos, selected by Lucas Ospina
Senzeni Mthwakazi Marasela, selected by Koyo Kouoh
Ma Qiusha, selected by Song Dong
Kathryn Elkin, selected by Fatoş Üstek
Mia Feuer, selected by Graham Harman
Cyrill Lachauer, selected by Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung 
Nikita Kadan, selected by Oliver Basciano
Yan Xing, selected by Aimee Lin
Ayrson Heráclito, selected byAdriano Pedrosa 

No Past, No Future 
How “the new” became “the now,” the latest installment of ArtReview‘s ongoing investigation into contemporary art’s obsession with novelty, by J.J. Charlesworth. 

Somewhere sideways, down, at an angle, but very close by,an artist project by Florian Meisenberg.

In Art Reviewed

Reviews from around the world: 
The Divine Comedy at MMK, Frankfurt; Melvin Edwards at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London; Jonathan Meese at Modern Art, London; Samara Scott at The Sunday Painter, London; Caragh Thuring at Chisenhale Gallery, London; Daniel Guzmán at Drawing Room, London; Dexter Dalwood at Simon Lee Gallery, London; Agnieszka Polska at Nottingham Contemporary; Robert Olsen at Luckman Fine Arts Complex, Los Angeles; Alma Allen at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles; Diana Thater at David Zwirner, New York; Rashaad Newsome at Marlborough Gallery, New York; Kara Walker at Sikkema Jenkins & Co, New York; Robert Gober at MoMA, New York; Susan Philipsz at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York; Yael Bartana at Petzel Gallery, New York; Yael Bartana at Capitain Petzel, Berlin; Richard Hawkins at Galerie Buchholz, Berlin; Paolo Icaro at Peep-Hole, Milan; Carla Arocha and Stéphane Schraenen at Cultuurcentrum Mechelen, Belgium; The Unwinding at Cookie Butcher, Antwerp; The Alien Within at Malmö Konstall; Alexander Gutke at Belenius / Nordenhake, Stockholm; Aluminum Song at Raster Gallery, Warsaw; Anarchy. Utopia. Revolution. at Ludwig Museum, Budapest; Șahin Kaygun at Istanbul Modern; Niamh O’Malley at Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin; Abraham Cruzvillegas at Museo Jumex, Mexico City and Museo Amparo, Puebla; Léon Ferrari at Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (MAM); Lee Mingwei at Mori Art Museum, Tokyo; Follow the Heart: The Art of Sean Scully at Shanghai Himalayas Museum

I’m Not Here to Give a Speech, by Gabriel García Márquez
Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene, by McKenzie Wark
Albert York, by Bruce Hainley, Calvin Tomkins and Fairfield Porter
10:04, by Ben Lerner

The Strip: A new work from Maurice Vellekoop, introduced by Paul Gravett 

Off the Record: Gallery Girl on Future Greats

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