In this issue: Rahel Aima, American Artist, Noah Barker, Tenzing Barshee, Ericka Beckman, Andrew Berardini, Dara Birnbaum, Zach Blas, Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda, Paul Clinton, Nick Currie on the new picturesque, Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen, Hendrik Folkerts, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Hettie Judah, Bouchra Khalili, Kris Lemsalu, Ghislaine Leung, Alvin Li, Kate Newby, Gladys Nilsson, Ulrike Ottinger, Kari Rittenbach, Emanuel Rossetti, Chris Sharp, Aliza Shvarts, Ross Simonini, Mitch Speed on the anti-power of the found object, Sabrina Tarasoff on Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center, Milan Ther, Ana Teixeira Pinto on futurisms, Raphaela Vogel, Wendy Vogel, Shen Xin, Emily Watlington, Rose Wylie and Roy Oxlade, Women’s History Museum, and more.
Located at Spazio Punch on Giudecca, the Cruising Pavilion—a self-initiated, independent project among the critics, curators, artists, and architects Pierre-Alexandre Mateos, Charles Teyssou, Rasmus Myrup, and Octave Perrault—tackles the aesthetic and architecture of cruising spaces.
Accordingly, situating Considine in the lineage of any would substantially alter an interpretation of his work. In a gesture toward clearing this up (or perhaps adding to the confusion), Considine uses the text he wrote for the show to point us subtly toward one option: realism’s ninetenth century origin.
Rammellzee’s seminal record “Beat Bop”—produced and first issued by Basquiat—is still widely regarded as one of the foundational tracks of early rap, and has inspired myriad artists such as Parliament Funkadelic, the Beastie Boys and RATKING.
Continuum is a catalogue dedicated to the first group of artists exhibited since April 2018 in the Ala Scaligera of the Rocca di Angera (on Lake Maggiore). Giovanni Anselmo, Vanessa Beecroft, Daniel Buren, Sheila Hicks, Anish Kapoor, Giulio Paolini, Ettore Spalletti, are great masters from different generations working with the most disparate languages, innovating the way we look at art and the concept of what it art is today, together with their gallerist Massimo Minini, promoter with SAG srl of this publication.