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Spike Art Quarterly – Herbst 2012

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Spike Art Quarterly – Herbst 2012
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The new issue features documenta 13 reviews by Nicolas Bourriaud and Fionn Meade, reminiscences by Pier Luigi Tazzi, Gelatin and Stefan Ratibor on the legacy left by Austrian artist Franz West, and Carson Chan in conversation with Berlin based performance artist Christian Falsnaes. Joanna Fiduccia digs through the kisses, dirty jokes and serious politics of painter Nicole Eisenman’s latest works and Fionn Meade reconsiders the hallucinatory power of Oskar Fischinger’s abstract animations of the 20s. In the sixth part of the series exploring multiple roles in the art world, Tal Beery makes a case for the »activist artist« and new director of Grazer Kunstverein, curator Krist Gruijthuijsen writes about Ben Kinmont’s »On becoming something else«. Karen Archey talks to Margaret Lee of the young New York gallery 47 Canal, and Filipa Ramos to Marina Fokidis, director of Kunsthalle Athena. Nick Currie observes the specter of communism haunting European art biennials like Manifesta 9, while John Beeson trawls through obscure recordings on the trail of elusive ethnomusicologist Arthur Boto Conley and much more…