March 29, 2005 - frieze - issue 90 out now
March 29, 2005

issue 90 out now

issue 90 out now


frieze issue 90 out now

“Over recent decades artists seem to have become increasingly aware of the issue of circulation not only as a practical social and economic one, external to their actual work, but an aesthetic one, at the core of it.”

Joerg Heiser on how artists explore the space between production and consumption in “Circulation”, the themed April issue of frieze.

Dan Fox visits Rirkrit Triavanija’s mid-career retrospective and discusses the artist’s emphasis on interpersonal activity over art production. James Trainor visits Andrea Zittel’s A-Z West, her desert home and self-styled institute of investigative living. Jan Verwoert examines the subtle twists introduced into daily life by the art of Roman Ondak.

This month’s city report is from Moscow. Ekaterina Degot, Dan Fox and Jennifer Higgie reflect on the biggest exhibition of contemporary art ever to be held in Russia whilst Pavel Pepperstein gives his perspective on the history of the city’s many artists groups.

Also featured: Shirana Shabazi by Kristin M. Jones, Matthew Brannon by Peter Eleey, Margaret Salmon by Tom Morton and Knut Henrick Henriksen by Kirsty Bell.

The front section includes a round-up of books and events, the ‘State of the Art’ editorial by Polly staple, George Pendle on “viral marketing”, Robert Storr on art fairs, Brian Dillon on Jacques Ranciere, Malcolm Le Grice on the filmmaking of Owen Land and Michael Craig-Martin and Richard Wentworth debate discipline.

The back section includes reviews from Dublin, Maastrict, Melbourne, Aarhus, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Munich, Edinburgh, Rome, Paris, New York and London of “East Village”, Hilma af Klint, Pawel Althamer, Richard Tuttle, John Latham, Thomas Hirschhorn, Mark Dion, “Living Together is Easy” Olafur Eliasson, Bruce Conner, Chris Evans, Akram Zaatari, T.J.Wilcox, Daria Martin, David Claerbout, Rita McBride, Michael Stumpf, Peter Piller, Hans Schabus, “Silhouettes” and Luifi Ontani.

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