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Art Monthly 424

Letter from Houston

Astrid Korporaal finds a pioneering spirit full of hope for positive change in a city with a surprisingly rich art heritage

Art Monthly 423

Meiro Koizumi: Battlelands

Amy Luo reviews the Japanese artist’s collaboration with US military veterans

Art Monthly 422

Bow Gamelan Ensemble: Great Noises that Fill the Air

Morgan Quaintance enjoys the artist sound collective as an enthralling reminder of the experimental alternative to cultural conservatism

Art Monthly 421

Letter from Kampala

George Vasey reports on the Ugandan capital’s energetic but under-resourced art scene

Art Monthly 420

Letter from Korea: One Step at a Time

Chris McCormack reports on the Gwangju and Busan biennales at a tentatively hopeful time in Korean politics

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Exhibition Openings

Middlesbrough Why Are We Here? With Black Artists & Modernism MIMA opens Sun 24 Mar | PV 23 Mar
Salford Hannah Farrell Caustic Coastal opens Wed 27 Mar
London Sam Windett The Approach opens Thu 28 Mar
London Lisa Oppenheim The Approach opens Thu 28 Mar
Wakefield Tony Heaton The Art House Wakefield opens Thu 28 Mar | PV 27 Mar
Liverpool Arthur Jafa Tate Liverpool opens Thu 28 Mar
London Caroline Jane Harris Kristin Hjellegjerde opens Thu 28 Mar | PV 27 Mar
London John Finneran Arcade opens Fri 29 Mar | PV 28 Mar
Sunderland Kelly Richardson Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art opens Fri 29 Mar
London Swamp Protocol Arebyte opens Fri 29 Mar | PV 28 Mar


Forthcoming Events

5pm Tue 30-Apr-19
The Producers Part II

Bassam El Baroni & Adam Szymczyk

Bassam El Baroni, assistant professor at Aalto University in Helsinki, and Adam Szymczyk, artistic director of Documenta 14.

Talk 9 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

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5pm Tue 26-Mar-19
The Producers Part II

Katerina Gregos & Mirjam Varinidis

Katerina Gregos, curator of the inaugural Riga Biennale, and Mirjam Varinidis, curator at Zurich Kunsthalle.

Talk 8 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

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Recent Podcasts

11-Feb-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Isobel Harbison, Andrew Hibbard, Dominic Johnson & Chris McCormack

Presented by Matt Hale

Isobel Harbison, Andrew Hibbard, Dominic Johnson and Chris McCormack discuss the work of Josephine Pryde, Ulay and David Raymond Conroy as well as art, activism and AIDS.

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9-Dec-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Larne Abse Gogarty, Lizzie Homersham, Morgan Quaintance & Jack Smurthwaite

Presented by Chris McCormack

Larne Abse Gogarty, Lizzie Homersham, Morgan Quaintance & Jack Smurthwaite discuss Flo Brooks’s show at Project Native Informant, the ‘Before Projection’ exhibition of video sculpture at SculptureCenter, the Bow Gamelan Ensemble presentation at Cooper Gallery and the writing of Mark Fisher.

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12-Nov-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Alex Fletcher, George Vasey & Maria Walsh

Presented by Matt Hale

Alex Fletcher, George Vasey & Maria Walsh discuss the 12th edition of Manifesta, the roving European biennale, in Palermo, Sicily; the current art scene in Kampala, Uganda; and the work of video artist Lucy Beech.

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From the Back Catalogue

Art Monthly 304

Group Practice

Paul O’Neill on the collective alternative to the romantic cliché of the lone artist, curator and critic

Art Monthly 349

The Artist is Present

Marina Abramovic interviewed by Iwona Blazwick

Art Monthly 369

Art & Oil

Colin Perry on the greasing of the art industry

Art Monthly 328

The Contract

Seth Siegelaub interviewed by John Slyce Part 2

Art Monthly 273

Art, Lies and Performance

Anna Dezeuze reports on what is still a surprisingly little-known art form

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Found: The Missing Issue

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Issue 16 from May 1978

Issue 15 was dated March 1978

Where is the issue from April 1978?
Get the Art Monthly Missing Issue now!

Michael O’Pray Prize

The Michael O’Pray Prize is a Film and Video Umbrella initiative launched in 2017 in partnership with Art Monthly which seeks new writing on innovation and experimentation in moving-image art. Read the winning texts below.

2018 Winner

Adam Hines-Green Bank – Basement – Becker

2017 Winners

Lauren Houlton Heat Sensitive?

Dan Ward A Long Shot

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Publications

Talking Art book

Talking Art 2

Interviews with artists since 2007

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Talking Art book

Talking Art

Interviews with artists since 1976

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Dominic Johnson, Isobel Harbison, Chris McCormack and Andrew Hibbard Lizzie Homersham, Larne Abse Gogarty, Jack Smurthwaite and Morgan Quaintance Alex Fletcher, George Vasey and Maria Walsh Sara Jaspan, Amy Budd and Tom Snow Andrew Hunt, Ellen Mara De Wachter and Vassilios Doupas Stephanie Schwartz, Giulia Smith and Dan Ward Ashiya Eastwood, Maria Walsh and Daniel Neofetu Isobel Harbison, Edward C Ball, Taylor Le Melle and Chris McCormack Dave Beech Amy Budd and Chris McCormack
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