November 7, 2003 - frieze - issue 79 out now
November 7, 2003

issue 79 out now

issue 79 out now


‘Corporations want two-way mirror glass because it’s reflective on the outside – which means the corporation looks like the sky – and transparent inside, so people can see out without being seen – it’s a kind of surveillance.’

Chrissie Iles talks to Dan Graham about his new project, Waterloo Sunset, at the Hayward Gallery London, transparency, Cederic Price and the baroque.

‘Kunath’s images ache with the sweet pain of melancholy. Lines about longing and failed relationships are flung out in a barrage of heart-breaking pathos.’

And Dan Fox tunes into the world of Frederic Kunath.

Also featured: Tom Morton on Claire Barclay, Michael Wilson on Chris Johanson, Jennifer Higgie on Silke Otto-Knapp, Dominic Eichler on Monika Baer, Andrew Sholl on Dali and Disney’s collaboration and Michael Bracewell visits ‘Introspective’, Richard Hamilton’s extensive retrospective.

In the front section Craig Burnett talks to poet Lavinia Greenlaw, Brian Dillon explores the cultural history of zoos, Alexander Fiske Harrison is mystified by Animal heroes, Mark Morris visits America’s contemporary mock ruins, George Pendle boards LA’s new Gold Line and Jan Verwoert celebrates the writings of Theodor Adorno.

The reviews section includes: Lyon Biennale, Janine Antoni, Artranspennine03, Justine Kurland, Kim MacConnel, Isaac Julien, ‘Kunst in den DDR’, Bill Saylor, Gino de Dominicis, Julius Koller, ‘Our Hospitality’, Fabian Marcaccio, ‘Bright Lights, Big City’, Olivier Mosset, Jonathan Meese, Helmut and Johanna Kandl, ‘Selected Paintings’, Ellen Berkenblit, Babak Ghazi and Yoko Ono.

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