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Yto Barrada

With this exhibition, titled “The Sample Book,” Yto Barrada, born in Paris in 1971 and of Moroccan descent, presented a new body of work centered on Morocco’s textile industry—in particular, its tradi…

Nathalie Du Pasquier

Rather than organizing the works in Nathalie Du Pasquier’s exhibition “Big Objects Not Always Silent” chronologically or thematically, artist and curator Luca Lo Pinto has positioned them intuitively…

Renate Bertlmann

A gaudy pink-plexiglass wheelchair and four photos of a cheeky young woman about to spit out brightly colored Lego bricks currently greet visitors to Verbund’s Vienna headquarters (where, in the publi…

Hanne Darboven

German artist Hanne Darboven (1941-2009) was essentially the opposite of Herman Melville’s character Bartleby, the Scrivener. While Bartleby, at his law-office job, one day refused to do his work of c…

Carolee Schneemann

Carolee Schneemann (b. 1939) keeps insisting that she is a painter and is even quoted in the catalogue of this retrospective as saying, in 1993, that she will die a painter. Still, when mentioned, she…

Banksy

Dismaland was notorious street artist Banksy’s latest and biggest project. Set in a run-down seaside lido in Weston-super-Mare, on England’s west coast—near Bristol, where the artist, who maintains hi…

Andrea Fraser

Sabine Breitwieser, Museum der Moderne Salzburg’s director, and L.A.-based Andrea Fraser (b. 1965) impressively executed the artist’s packed solo show of some 100 items spanning the past 30 years. It…

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