May 2, 2005 - frieze - issue 91 out now
May 2, 2005

issue 91 out now

frieze issue 91 out now

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Do all artists have a screw loose is a very important question.

You cant make art, art happens. And there are always two sides involved, one that does something and one that perceives this work.

Hans-Peter Feldmann talks to Kaspar Konig in the May issue of frieze and Dominic Eichler considers his work of over 40 years.

Tom Morton analyses the world of Philippe Perrots paintings in which vegetables, families and psycho-sexual behaviour jostle for position and Sally OReilly considers how Christina Mackies work echoes the process of scientific discovery.

This months city report comes from Berlin and includes an essay by Joerg Heiser, a project by Mark Wallinger and responses to the newly opened Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe by Diedrich Diederichsen, Nairy Baghramian, Adrian Piper and Thomas Demand. Photographs by Hans Haacke.

Also featured: Torsten Slama by Kirsty Bell, Joost Conijn by Max Andrews, Kate Davis by Sarah Lowndes and Rezi van Lankveld by Melissa Gronlund.

In the front section Oscar-winning artist Pierre Bismuth describes his Hollywood experience, Brian Dillon lends an ear to philosophy-inspired music, George Pendle explores genealogies of Greek gods and following a recent trip to Berlin Robert Storr examines the habit of national forgetfulness. Roland Kapferer and Ronald Jones debate tolerance plus our regular round-up of books and events.

Richard Serra, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Aaron Schuster pay special tribute to Harald Szeemann, one of the most influential and imaginative curators of the last century.

The back section includes reviews of An Aside, Greater New York, Ann-Sofi Sidén, Matthew Weir, Barry Le Va, Stanley Brouwn, Tino Sehgal, Jules de Balincourt, David Godbold, Artlab, Jan Timme, Depth of Field, Larry Clark, Richard Allen, Jordan Wolfson, Growing up Absurd, Vibeke Tandberg, Takehito Koganezawa, Circling the Square and Gert Robijns.

Frieze Art Fair 2005 will be held in Regent’s Park, London between 21-24 October 2005.

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