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19 9 2014

Why WOLFGANG TILLMANS Has Re-Coded Recorded Music into an In Situ Experience

It is considered normal that in order to see original works of visual art one can visit a museum. However there is no dedicated space or place where one can go to to hear the works of musicians with the studio sound quality that the original recording was made in. This is the first exhibition in the series Playback Room that will, over the next months, give a dedicated space to the playback …
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032c’s Ten Must-See Exhibitions of Berlin Art Week 2014

With the start of the art fair (that pretends not to be an art fair) abc and dozens of gallery and institutional openings around the city, BERLIN ART WEEK begins today. In the name of user-friendliness, 032c has assembled a list of our favorite exhibitions of Berlin Art Week: KunstWerke Ryan Trecartin - SITE VISIT RYAN…
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Video Premiere: SUPREME Goes Inside the Studio of RAYMOND PETTIBON

Through his work for bands such as Black Flag and Sonic Youth, artist RAYMOND PETTIBON defined the visual identity of American punk culture. With a delivery that is at once clever and violent, Pettibon's work portrays the anti-authoritarian sentiment of marginal youth culture through a vocabulary of signature tropes—ranging from Charles Manson to jocks to cartoon characters to buffoonish …
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ITEM IDEM Invades New York City with a “Tiki Pop” Reflection on Late Capitalism

CYRIAL DUVAL—also known under the name of his semi-fictional brand ITEM IDEM—is a creative virtuoso and a 21st century master of disguise. For his first solo exhibition in the United States at JOHANNES VOGT in Chelsea, Duval presents "Voir Dire," an iconographic collision of pop narratives—from McDonald's to Disney to Tiki—that simultaneously augments and subverts the mechanisms of a …
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We Do What We Want

We Do What We Want

ROBERT SILVERS ignores the market. He’s also the juggernaut behind the New York Review of Books. Robert Silvers doesn’t skip a beat; his heart operation is behind him. The 82 ­year ­old is in his kingdom, the editorial offices of The New York Review of Books. The gentleman of large stature wears a dark suit and…
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LACATON & VASSAL: Game Changer

For most, particularly non-architects, the name LACATON & VASSAL won’t immediately conjure any mental images. Even those who have visited their buildings often wonder what it is exactly they have designed. Where, upon the exposed concrete beams and columns, the raw expansive rooms of the Palais de Tokyo (2001–11), have they inscribed themselves?
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