October 2022

October 2022


Cover: Wolfgang Tillmans, Deer Hirsch (detail), 1995.

October 3, 2022
October 2022
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This month in Artforum:

Alex Kitnick on the art of Wolfgang Tillmans
“By leveraging photography’s many lives, Tillmans has been able to thread the needle through an increasingly vast network of image production, and its sites of display, in order to create a new kind of image—a moving image not simply in the affective sense, but in the circulatory one, too.” —Alex Kitnick

Natalia Brizuela and Julia Bryan-Wilson on the art of Jumana Manna
“With their gently curving geometries, wonky legs, and sensual holes, Manna’s ‘Caches’ sculptures are part dwelling, part creature.” —Natalia Brizuela and Julia Bryan-Wilson

Alexandro Segade on the Ororocene
“I offer the Ororocene as a stage on which to act out the reimagining of the human body and its lives, a way through the detention of unaliving.” —Alexandro Segade

Travis Diehl on Alexis Smith’s Same Old Paradise, 1987
“Smith grasped the cliché that Kerouac would become, already was, unspooling the collective recollection of his manic scroll in a way true to the American dream.” —Travis Diehl  

And: Molly Warnock on the art of Pierre Buraglio, Sean Tatol on Libby Rothfeld, a portfolio by Pippa Garner, P. Adams Sitney on Temenos 2022, Erika Balsom on Irma Vep, Chloe Wyma on Elsa Schiaparelli, Emily LaBarge on Cinzia Ruggeri, Sasha Frere-Jones on Michael Rother, and Barbara Chase-Riboud shares her Top Ten. 

Plus: More than 35 exhibition reviews from around the globe.

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