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News & ViewsBaring all: Marc Quinn’s fragmentary bodies highlights his muted, sentimental tendencies27 Apr. 2017{{document.location.href}}
Neoclassical architect Sir John Soane was a rambunctious art collector. Since his death in 1837, his London home has been left like a mausoleum. Today, still untouched at his request, the parlours and hallways are filled with piles of his own sketches, endless architectural drawings, and a bounty of antiquities pulled from all pockets of the...
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News & ViewsTamuna Sirbiladze at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland27 Apr. 2017{{document.location.href}}
Tamuna Sirbiladze was born in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 1971, and died of cancer in Vienna in 2016, aged just 45. What survives of her suggests a vital woman and artist who worked ambitiously until her death, and it is this later period that is presented in Traces of Life at Eva Presenhuber. Curated by Benedikt Ledebur—Sirbiladze's partner at the...
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Ocula ReportMaking waves towards post-art: A report from Act I of Sharjah Biennial 1315 Apr. 2017 : Mohammad Salemy for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
Imagine a living body in metamorphosis: part dying and part thriving. Imagine evolution as a form of complexity from the perspectives of nature, political economy and technology. Then imagine how this process would look if put into a material body visible to a public. Walking around the different venues of Act I of Tamawuj, Sharjah Biennial 13's...
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Ocula ConversationJarrett GregoryCurator, Washington DC{{document.location.href}}
The news was still embargoed when I sat down with her at The Armory Show last weekend, but now it's public knowledge that Jarrett Gregory has been appointed as curator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C.—the iconic building that The New York Times called 'the bunker or gas tank, lacking only gun emplacements or an...
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