Hysterical laughter and piercing noise-making are not typical gallery visitor behaviour. But then again, there is a larger than life-sized phallus depicted at Auto Italia. Read My Lips is a survey exhibition of the works made by activist artist collective … Continue reading pay attention. class is in session.
The queen of one-liners: Jenny Holzer is on view at the Tate Modern’s Artist Rooms. Known for her text-based art, Holzer has been creating hard-core pieces since the 80’s. She is part of a generation of feminist artists that emerged … Continue reading cutting the crap
Perhaps political discontent feeds into a longing for the past since there seems to be a worldwide adoration of analogue snaps with saturated colours. I proclaim Alex Prager (1979) as the queen of staging fictional scenes with a grande #retromood. … Continue reading dazzling melodramatic nostalgia
Fed up with an inaccessible and market-driven gallery system, alternative art spaces were sprouting up in New York in the 70s. The traditional gallery system was very difficult to enter if you were not a white male. Because there where … Continue reading looking back in moving forward
How do we live in the age of intersectional struggle? Contemporary society is made up of deep inequalities and injustices; can art reckon with those? Are we making improvements? The current Summer Open at the Aperture Foundation examines if photography can … Continue reading cultural concerns
Did you ever felt down the rabbit hole of contemplating the complexities of self-presentation? It’s very self-conscious – very millennial, I know. Although there is no way of fully knowing it, there is an unavoidable discrepancy between how do you appear … Continue reading mirror, mirror
I got some serious Westworld vibes from the press release of TJ Boulting upcoming exhibition. After Juno Calypso’s phenomenal What To Do With A Million Years, it’s time for the British Journal of Photography International Photography Award 2018 winners: Sara, Peter & … Continue reading Cogito, ergo sum – right?