Sequence: Drawings 1–117
Jochen Kienbaum & Laura Kienbaum (Eds.)
In her work, German minimalist artist Katharina Hinsberg (b.
Suzy Halajian (Ed.)
I can call this progress to halt, the project and exhibition (March–April 2017) at LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), considers gestures of protest, unrest, and incendiary exchange as the starting point to a conversation with twenty international artists asked to contribute texts, poems, images, and visual stories to expand upon the challenging themes.
& In Relation to Studio for Propositional Cinema
A compendium of essays, scripts, poems, and proposals by various artists follows the epnemous exhibition In Relation to a Spectator, curated by Studio for Propositional Cinema at the Kestner Gesellschaft (Hannover, 2017).
The New Performance Turn, Its Histories, and Its Institutions
Cosmin Costinas & Ana Janevski (Eds.)
The choreographic turn in the visual arts from 1958 to 1965 can be identified by the sudden emergence of works created by very different visual artists in very different places—artists such as Allan Kaprow, Carolee Schneeman, and Robert Rauschenberg in the United States; Lygia Pape and Hélio Oiticica in Brazil; the Gutai group in Japan; and Yves Klein in France.