September 4, 2002 - Artforum - Artforum’s Fall Preview: Forty Shows That Matter
September 4, 2002

Artforum’s Fall Preview: Forty Shows That Matter

Artforum's Fall Preview: Forty Shows That Matter

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fall preview: the most authoritative, up-to-date guide to contemporary art in the globe offer opinionated advance looks at the forty-plus upcoming shows that matter most: Surrealism meets 60s-style eccentric abstraction in Carroll Dunhams cartoon universe, as the painters midcareer survey goes up on all three floors of New Yorks New Museum; the poignantly brief career of German cult favorite Blinky Palermo gets a retrospective look at Barcelonas MACBA twenty-five years after his death; four years worth of recent paintings by German titan Sigmar Polke go on view at the Dallas Museum of Art; and painters painter Franz Gertsch gets his very own museum in Switzerland. Plus, in From the Vault: Robert Rosenblum revisits the nineteenth century and the art of John Constablethrough the contemporary eyes of painter Lucian Freud.

Also in this issue: Linda Nochlin heads our four-critic report on Documenta11, the summers most talked about exhibition of contemporary David Rimanelli, takes us on a wicked and witty tour of the New York art world in his monthly diary. Nico Israel tells us how he spent his summer vacationin search of Robert Smithsons fabled Spiral Jetty (which reemerged from the editor, Jack Bankowsky, marks ten years at the magazine with a look back at the first of one hundred issues and his introduction to an inexact sciencehow to choose a cover.

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