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Elephant 20

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 AUTUMN 2014

Contents

Art Mix:
Can You Buy a Cultural Scene?; The Emergence of a New Museum Hub; Middle Eastern Artists to Watch at Auction; The Art Spectacle; Instagram or Gallery?; Andy Warhol, Are You There?
Open Files:
John Stark, Dover Street Market, Jonathan Baldock, Rinus Van de Velde, Michael DeLucia, The Language of Human Consciousness, C/O Berlin at Amerika Haus, Jeff Wall, Paul McCarthy, The Future of Fashion is Now, Jonas Burgert, Mario Menz, Waqas Khan, Louise Lawler
Art Lovers:
Nicoletta Fiorucci
Paper Gallery One:
Gabriele Beveridge – Theatre of the Reclaimed
Andrew Brischler – Hell is Paint
Show of the Times:
Marlene Dumas – The Image as Burden
Research:
Fictional Histories – Nicola Bozzi investigates how contemporary artists engage with the idea of utopias, whether past or future, modernist, socialist or pure sci-fi
Living Dolls – Grace Banks considers how much a Japanese sex doll has to tell us about the portrayal of women in contemporary culture
Encounters:
In-depth interviews with Sam Falls, Laurence Demaison, Elad Lassry, Gus Van Sant, Wangechi Mutu
Paper Gallery Two:
Oscar Murillo – Dirt and Confectionery Form a Fresh Palette
Ellen Kooi – Glamour
Artcheology:
A Visit to Barjac – Sue Hubbard goes to a place of dreams shaped by Anselm Kiefer’s extraordinary creativity and German history
Aerosol Fumes on the Catwalk – Grace Banks explores Miuccia Prada’s work with Mexican mural artists
Destination:
Tokyo: In Between Quakes featuring Motoyuki Daifu, Osamu Kanemura, Ken Kagami, Go Itami, Yukiko Suto
Journal:
Jessica Morgan on the Gwangju Biennale, Ossian Ward’s ‘Ways of Looking’ and 10 Tips by David Shrigley
Enditorial by Marc Valli

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