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#47 - October 2018 Review

Permanently Temporary

Lotte Lewis visits A Postcard from Amsterdam, an exhibition by Charlott Weise and Franziska Schulz at LOWER.GREEN, a temporary gallery space in Norwich
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#47 - October 2018 Review

Electric Speech

Emma Balkind reviews Telephone by Ariana Reines, published by Wonder
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#47 - October 2018

Gardenlust #1: The Hellmouth

On the art of garden renovation: a new monthly column by Isabella Streffen 
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#47 - October 2018 Review

The Big Sneeze

Philomena Epps reviews Mika Rottenberg at Goldsmiths CCA, London, 6 September - 4 November 2018
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#47 - October 2018

Giving Over While

A text by Rebecca Wilcox 
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#47 - October 2018 Review

Do you really just want to be part of a band?

Notes from the 14th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, 20-23 September 2018, by Marcus Jack
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#47 - September 2018 Essay

Mostly No

Sarah Bernstein reflects on solitary women in the fiction of Muriel Spark
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#47 - September 2018 Review

The Symptom and The Cure

Matthew Turner reviews The Anti Ecstatic Machines by Benedict Drew at Matt’s Gallery, London, 22–30 September
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#47 - September 2018 Essay

Survival Kit

An essay by Olivia Scott-Berry in response to The Land+The People, reflecting on deep time, eerie geology and methods of bearing witness
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#47 - September 2018 Essay

Reader’s Digest

Kirsty Hendry on the gut-brain axis
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#47 - September 2018 Review

Beneath the Platform

William Kherbek reflects on the 10th Berlin Biennale, We Don’t Need Another Hero, 9 June - 9 September 
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#46 - September 2018 Review

‘To repeat this circle’

Rediscovering Margaret Tait at 100: Sarah Neely reports on three important exhibitions. 
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#46 - September 2018 Essay

is it lovely yet?

an essay by Hannah Van Hove
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#46 - August 2018 Review

CRYSTALLINE CHRYSALIS CRISIS

David Upton reports on a dissident takeover of Summerhall’s basement by artist and musician Fritz Welch
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#46 - August 2018 Review

‘tomorrow maybe they will kill us’

Edinburgh Art Festival: Katy Hastie writes in response to Shilpa Gupta’s For, in your tongue I cannot hide at The Fire Station, Edinburgh College of Art, 26 July - 26 August 
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#46 - August 2018 Review

back in at the deep end

Emma Balkind reflects on SINK by Janice Kerbel, commissioned by The Common Guild and performed at The Western Baths Club, Glasgow
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#15 Autumn - September 2008

Jordan Wolfson: In Search of the Whale

Hans Ulrich Obrist and Jordan Wolfson take a taxi to the Museum of Natural History, New York, to visit the whale. Time, travel, and time-travel come into their sights
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#5 - January 2006

Studio: Ogilvie and Callender

Ruth Hedges and Luke Watson visit the giant studio of Elizabeth Ogilvie and Bob Callender, artists who live by the sea
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#9 - March 2007 Review

The Story of Art

Ernst Gombrich, Phaidon Pocket Edition, reprint 2006, £12.95
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#12 Winter - November 2007 Review

Stan Douglas

15 September 2007–6 January 2008, Staatsgalerie & Wurttembergischer Kunstverine, Stuttgart
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#19 Autumn - September 2009 Review

Selected works from a private collection: Thomas Kinkade

3 July–11 July, 2009, Freymond-Guth & Co. Fine Arts, Zurich
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#1 - February 2005

Beyond Belief

Artist Nathan Coley travelled to Jerusalem to explore and record the city and its life on film, focusing on the phenomenon of Jerusalem Syndrome, a rare travel psychosis specific to the holy city. Afflicting between 5 and 10 people a year, the syndrome is characterised by intoxication of the Holy Land. Those affected can be found at holy sites, chanting, singing and delivering sermons as if living in the time of Christ.
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#14 Summer - June 2008 Review

Mark Handforth

1–29 March 2008, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York
#24 - November 2010 Review

Yves Netzhammer

5 November–27 February, Kunstmuseum, Bern
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#5 - January 2006 Review

Selective Memory: Scotland and Venice, and Echo Echo

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh 8 December 2005–6 March 2006 and Collective Gallery, Edinburgh 8 December 2005–29 January 2006 
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#7 - September 2006

Diary: Theatre of Dreams

Patrick Semple reports from the terraces at this year’s Art Cup in remote Huntly, Aberdeenshire
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#10 - June 2007 Review

Marc Bijl, Gerard Byrne, Valerie Jouve

21 April–23 June 2007, Aliceday, Brussels
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#25 - July 2011 Review

Emerging: Iman Issa

Aoife Rosenmeyer discovers renovation and rejuvenation in the work of this Egyptian artist
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#14 Summer - March 2010

Loris Gréaud: On and Off

Christophe Gallois interviews Loris Gréaud, an artist who manipulates and expands the art of exhibition-making. Following the showing of Cellar Door at the Palais de Tokyo, the ICA hosts the second version of the exhibition which brings together opera, architecture and black champagne
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#8 - November 2006 Review

How to Live Together

7 October–17 December 2006, 27th Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil
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#8 - November 2006 Review

Karl Haendel

16 September–14 October 2006, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow
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#43 - April 2018

Prison Landscapes

An excerpt from Hatty Nestor’s forthcoming book on portraits of the incarcerated
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#21 Spring - March 2010 Review

Votive

5 December 2009–30 January 2010, CCA, Glasgow
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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

The Russian Linesman

18 February–4 May, The Hayward Gallery, London
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#39 - August 2017 Review

Nudes Never Wear Glasses

First in a series of responses to Edinburgh Art Festival, Victoria Horne reviews Kate Davis’ solo exhibition at Stills 28 July - 8 October
#5 - January 2006

Bulletin

Artists’ journeys, events and spaces compiled by Isla Leaver-Yap
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#1 - February 2005

Diary: Beagles and Ramsay from New York

Beagles and Ramsay (Glasgow-based duo, John Beagles and Graham Ramsay) were commissioned to make new work for PS1, MOMA, New York in October, 2004. They decided to make a new self-portrait for the show, a batch of black puddings with their own blood as the key ingredient
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#10 - June 2007 Review

Music: Life Without Buildings

Live at the Annandale Hotel Gargleblast £10
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#15 Autumn - September 2008 Review

The Great Transformation—Art and Tactical Magic

7 June–7 September 2008, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt
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#19 Autumn - September 2009

The Archive Is Not The Story

‘There is no individual authority on the history of Transmission, but a huge number of personal accounts from various perspectives’.[1] John Calcutt visits the gallery archives ahead of the move into Glasgow’s new Trongate 103 building
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#31 - February 2014

‘My mother,’ wrote Sontag, ‘improved her manners by losing her appetite’

Sick Sick Sick’ : The Books of Ornery Women | A reading project examining a radical or ‘bludgeoned’ subjectivity of female writers | Session Four, CCA, 24 April, 6.30pm
#37 - April 2016

Vulpecula

A footnote by Suzanne van der Lingen
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#24 - November 2010

Sculpture Haven

Irene Kernan, director of Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop announces a big step forward for the organisation
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#13 Spring - March 2008 Review

Phillip Lai

10 November 2007–15 January 2008, Galleria Franco Noero, Turin
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#7 - September 2006 Review

Hanneline Visnes

24 May–16 Jul 2006, Pump House Gallery, London
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#9 - March 2007 Review

John Cage

24 November 2006–7 January 2007, La Casa Encendida, Madrid
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#7 - September 2006 Review

ANNIE LENNOX

The Eurythmics singer, who was recently honoured by both Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama, reveals her artistic passions
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#37 - November 2016

DROSTE

A new film by Mairi Lafferty made on residency at no.w.here, London was made available as part of ‘Footnoting the Archive’. 
#4 - December 2005 Review

Dana Schutz

Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin 2 September-1 October, 2005 
#16 Winter - November 2008

Remarks: Katy Dove

Katy Dove discusses her two year residency at Platform, Glasgow, and how working with community groups has reflected on her practice. 
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#15 Autumn - September 2008 Review

Michael Stumpf

31 May–5 July 2008, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow
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#9 - March 2007 Review

Catherine Sullivan

2 December 2006–27 January 2007, CCA, Glasgow