March 2020 in Artforum

March 2020 in Artforum



March 2, 2020
March 2020 in Artforum
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This month in Artforum:

Divine Reality: Chloe Wyma on the art of Agnes Pelton

“Theosophy is one of modernism’s limit concepts; so is kitsch. Pelton’s paintings are gorgeously weird explorations of these limits.”
—Chloe Wyma

Pro Tools: Dieter Roelstraete on Jos De Gruyter and Harald Thys’s posthuman husbandry

“Think of the exhibition as a Surrealist parody of an Amazon fulfillment center, in which a Roomba would not have been out of place.”
—Dieter Roelstraete

Openings: Hannah Black on Kandis Williams

“The unprotected substrate undergirding civil society has been frothed up into a torrent of poor images and rich returns.”
—Hannah Black

Inside Out: Andrew Berardini on John Boskovich’s Boskostudio, 1996–2006

“If the world is doomed, what is the difference between the decadent’s retreat into sensuality and the ascetic’s rejection of the flesh?”
—Andrew Berardini

And: Mario Carpo on robotic construction, Alex Jovanovich introduces a portfolio by Chason Matthams, James Meyer on Hans Haacke, Monica Uszerowicz on Cecilia Vicuña, Adam Jasper on Len Lye, and more than 40 exhibition reviews from around the globe.

Plus: Lucy R. Lippard and Tom Burr on May Stevens, Lynne Tillman on Peter Wollen, Thomas Beard on Gene Youngblood’s Expanded Cinema, J. Hoberman on Corneliu Porumboiu’s The Whistlers, Todd Porterfield on Kent Monkman at the Met, Anna Kats on Building a new New World, and Jaimie Warren shares her Top Ten

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