May 3, 2002 - Artforum - Artforum’s Summer Preview
May 3, 2002

Artforum’s Summer Preview

Artforum's Summer Preview

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With the eleventh installment of Documenta going on view this June in Kassel, Germany, find out what to expect–and which 116 artists and artist advance coverage of more than 40 shows opening around the world this summer. From Matthew Barney’s unveiling of the entire Cremaster cycle in Cologne to “Matisse Picasso,” the joint Tate, MoMA, Pompidou, and Musée Picasso production that begins its tour in London, plan the summer with

Also in this issue: Thomas Struth’s large-scale images have helped redefine the place of photography among the most advanced art practices of the last two decades. Contributing editor Daniel Birnbaum revisits Struth’s diverse body of work as the German photographer’s retrospective opens this month at the Dallas Museum of Art.

Plus: Correspondents George Baker, Bruce Hainley, Bob Nickas, and Saul Anton weigh in on the show the critics love to hate, the 2002 Whitney Biennial; art historian James Meyer pays a visit to pioneering Minimalist Anne Truitt; and, in this month’s installment of “First Break,” Vince Aletti describes how Larry Clark came to make “Tulsa,” his 1971 classic of sex, drugs, guns, and teenage dysfunction. ribe/

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