November 2019 in Artforum

November 2019 in Artforum



November 1, 2019
November 2019 in Artforum
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This month in Artforum:

Closed Circuit: Ina Blom on the art of Ulla Wiggen

“To listen to Wiggen speak about her early work is to have your visions of modernist lineages and their current technopolitical transformations irrevocably deflated.”
—Ina Blom

All That Heaven Allows: Bruce Hainley on Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory

“I’m tempted to say that Bonnard’s art is the consolation for, not the redemption of, the existential condition.”
—Bruce Hainley

Chaos Célèbre: Domenick Ammirati on the art of Georgia Sagri

“Sagri migrates the loop and the glitch into lived, embodied time.”
—Domenick Ammirati

Lightning Strikes: Murtaza Vali on the art of Kidlat Tahimik

“For Tahimik, indigeneity is not a cultural formation arrested in the past but a vital set of beliefs and practices—a way forward.”
—Murtaza Vali

And: Matt Wolf talks about Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project, Declan Long on Derek Jarman’s Fuck Me Blind, Jessica Baran on Stephanie Syjuco, Gökcan Demirkazık on the 16th Istanbul Biennial, and Barry Schwabsky on Robert Colescott.

Plus: Nasser Rabbat on Kamal Boullata; Erika Balsom on Brett Story’s The Hottest August; Jennifer Krasinski on Nature Theater of Oklahoma’s Die Kinder der Toten; Natasha Stagg on Anicka Yi’s Biography; J. Hoberman on Elizabeth Otto’s Haunted Bauhaus: Occult Spirituality, Gender Fluidity, Queer Identities, and Radical Politics; Dan Nadel on Robert Williams: The Father of Exponential Imagination; Kate Sutton on the reconstructions of Skopje; and Juliana Spahr shares her Top Ten.

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