Category Archives: Review

Notes for an idealistic visit to the Frieze Art Fair

This review was originally published on the online art magazine a*desk in October 2011 The voracity with which the contemporary art market chews up increasingly young artists is, at this point, just one more feature of extremely accelerated cultural consumerism. The cycles

Notes for an idealistic visit to the Frieze Art Fair

This review was originally published on the online art magazine a*desk in October 2011 The voracity with which the contemporary art market chews up increasingly young artists is, at this point, just one more feature of extremely accelerated cultural consumerism. The cycles

Ryan Gander or the pleasurable frustration

This review was originally published on the online art magazine A*DESK in September 2011 An abandoned industrial warehouse in the east of London is the scenario chosen by the British artist Ryan Gander to represent his latest and until now most

Ryan Gander or the pleasurable frustration

This review was originally published on the online art magazine A*DESK in September 2011 An abandoned industrial warehouse in the east of London is the scenario chosen by the British artist Ryan Gander to represent his latest and until now most

PAST PRESENT FUTURE SPACE-TIME

Psychedelia is back. Forget about the Goth revival, all that paleness and blackness. Right now it’s all about tie-dye, crazy colours and acid (sounds, that is). Last 10th of September the Wysing Arts Centre held the ‘Past Present Future Space–Time’

PAST PRESENT FUTURE SPACE-TIME

Psychedelia is back. Forget about the Goth revival, all that paleness and blackness. Right now it’s all about tie-dye, crazy colours and acid (sounds, that is). Last 10th of September the Wysing Arts Centre held the ‘Past Present Future Space–Time’

Experimental Station. Research and Artistic Phenomena

(This review was originally published on www.frieze.com in August 2011) CA2M (Centro de Art 2 de Mayo), Madrid, Spain. John Cage’s aphorism ‘art is sort of an experimental station in which one tries out living’ is the inspiration for ‘Experimental Station’, a

Experimental Station. Research and Artistic Phenomena

(This review was originally published on www.frieze.com in August 2011) CA2M (Centro de Art 2 de Mayo), Madrid, Spain. John Cage’s aphorism ‘art is sort of an experimental station in which one tries out living’ is the inspiration for ‘Experimental Station’, a

Shadowboxing: Review of the RCA Curatorial MA final show

MA Curating shows pose an unsettling question: are we here to encounter a set of artworks or rather to assess under what conceptual make-up were they thrown together? Like a mirror held to the face of our art system, the

Shadowboxing: Review of the RCA Curatorial MA final show

MA Curating shows pose an unsettling question: are we here to encounter a set of artworks or rather to assess under what conceptual make-up were they thrown together? Like a mirror held to the face of our art system, the

Rosa Barba & Hilary Lloyd: dance with projector

They say stoicism’s cradle was Greece, third century BC. A long time and a long way from contemporary London, a city where just the perils and anxieties of commuting to work in the morning (if one was lucky enough to

Rosa Barba & Hilary Lloyd: dance with projector

They say stoicism’s cradle was Greece, third century BC. A long time and a long way from contemporary London, a city where just the perils and anxieties of commuting to work in the morning (if one was lucky enough to

Independent Gazette: Damián Ortega and Can Altay

This review was published on the 24h of November 2010 in the issue #8 of THE LAST JOURNAL, the free weekly newspaper and incremental catalogue of The Last Newspaper exhibition at the New Museum, New York. INDEPENDENT GAZETTE Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

Independent Gazette: Damián Ortega and Can Altay

This review was published on the 24h of November 2010 in the issue #8 of THE LAST JOURNAL, the free weekly newspaper and incremental catalogue of The Last Newspaper exhibition at the New Museum, New York. INDEPENDENT GAZETTE Lorena Muñoz-Alonso