November 9, 2002 - frieze - frieze issue 71 in the shops now
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November 9, 2002

frieze issue 71 in the shops now

frieze issue 71 in the shops now

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Ever wondered what romantic Conceptualism is?

Was Sol LeWitt right when he commented that an ‘emotional kick’ in an artwork would deter the viewer from perceiving the conceptual?

Why did Mike Kelley call Douglas Heubler, ‘Humbert’?

What book influenced the19th Century phenomenon of Schwarmerei (romantic zeal)?

Apart from George Bataille, Mario Praz, Guy Debord, Kenneth Anger, Warhol, Pasolini, Fassdinder, Godard and Burroughs, who is Cerith Wyn Evans’ absolute hero?

Is Rodney Graham really giving up art for music?

Steven Stern on Rodney Graham, Joerg Heiser on romantic Conceptualism, Edward Allington on Douglas Heubler, Jan Verwoert on pleasure and criticism, Bruce Hainley on Paul Sietsema, Ronald Jones on Mans Wrange and frieze talks to Cerith Wyn Evans. Plus Peter Ackroyd’s Albion: The Origins of the English Imagination, the philosophy of Alain Badiou, hybrid culture in Tijuana, Edward R Tufte and the art of data presentation and much more.

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