Summer 2022

Summer 2022


Cover: Coco Fusco, Your Eyes Will Be an Empty Word, 2021.

June 1, 2022
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This month in Artforum:

Jace Clayton and Hilton Als on the Whitney Biennial 2022
“Objects may illuminate us, but infrastructures concentrate power and in so doing standardize how we fuck with the world.” —Jace Clayton

Chloe Wyma, Daniel Birnbaum, and Ken Okiishi on the Fifty-Ninth Venice Biennale
“‘The Milk of Dreams’ enjoins us to renounce our ‘species supremacy’ and embrace the decentering, hybridizing processes of ‘becoming-animal,’ ‘becoming-machine,’ and ‘becoming-earth.’” —Chloe Wyma

Amy Taubin talks with David Cronenberg about Crimes of the Future
“At what point can you no longer claim to be a person or a human? This question is certainly in the film.” —David Cronenberg

Negar Azimi on the art of Lydia Ourahmane
“Ourahmane’s quietly inspiriting art blooms in the cracks and crevices of the postcolony, amid the psychic and emotional debris, the ineffable hum of melancholy, defeat, and, despite everything, hope.” —Negar Azimi

Lynne Cooke on the art of Sonia Delaunay
“From the show’s outset, deep-rooted hierarchies of the fine and applied arts—hierarchies that Delaunay herself never accepted—were preemptively erased.” —Lynne Cooke

And: Michael Dango on the art of Igshaan Adams, Zack Hatfield on Andrew Wyeth’s Funeral Group drawings, Rachel Haidu on Muzeum Sztuki, Ciarán Finlayson on “Guarding the Art,” Colby Chamberlain on Alison Knowles, Jasmine Sanders on “Black Dolls,” Canada Choate on Breyer P-Orridge, and Travis Jeppesen on Osheyack’s Intimate Publics.

Plus: Helen Hughes on the 23rd Biennale of Sydney and more than 35 exhibition reviews from around the globe.

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