October 28, 2010 - art-agenda - What’s on the Agenda?
October 28, 2010

What’s on the Agenda?

Honorary post-performance flowers for Mary Ann Duganne Glicksman offered by the performer to Guy de Cointent.
Performance view, FIAC, Paris, 2010.

What's on the Agenda?


Dahn Vo at Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin
Ana Teixeira Pinto takes a tour of the brief history of Dahn Vo, ending up at a grave marker for his father (via a 19th century English poet’s headstone and a 17th century play), only to discover “the man without qualities.”
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FIAC – International Contemporary Art Fair, Paris
Adam Kleinman makes a stopover between uh and oh at the Paris FIAC, amidst a carousel of other city (or banlieu?) events.
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“Slip Snip Trip” at Karma International, Zürich
Quinn Latimer gets metaphysical while gazing into the Ikebana arrangements at Karma International in Zurich.
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Marcel Broodthaers at Marian Goodman Gallery and Michael Werner Gallery, New York
Media Farzin reads Broodthaers’s Section Cinéma at Marian Goodman as “neither a re-creation nor a rehearsal: it is a work made for a gallery setting as a perpetual representation of itself.”
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29th São Paolo Biennial
Octavio Zaya makes a very distinct verdict on the 29th São Paolo Biennial, and certainly not without controversy….
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art forum berlin & abc art berlin contemporary: “light camera action”
From Berlin, Kirsty Bell reports—with the fog of gallery politics having hardly blown over—on the art forum and its more contemporary alternative abc.
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George Maciunas: “Mr. Fluxus” at Stendhal Gallery and “Out of the Box” at the Emily Harvey Foundation, New York
Colby Chamberlain probes the “madcap heterogeneity” of George Maciunas at the Stendhal Gallery and his legacy the Emily Harvey Foundation.
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Rob Pruitt: “Pattern and Degradation” at Gavin Brown’s enterprise and Maccarone, New York
What do Amish adolescence, Hitlercats.com, Warholian self-portraits, Mickey Mouse ears, and Jeffrey Deitch have in common? Paddy Johnson takes a whack at Rob Pruitt’s latest.
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Kirsty Bell on Rashid Johnson’s “There are Stranger Villages” at Guido W. Baudach, Berlin
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Tyler Coburn on “Dennis Hopper Double Standard, ” MOCA, Los Angeles
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Adam Kleinman on Charlotte Posenenske at Artists Space, New York
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Andrew Berardini on Kori Newkirk at Country Club, Los Angeles
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Michèle Faguet on Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin
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