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#52 - August 2019 Review

Cindy, Hanna and Grayson

Neil Cooper reviews three exhibitions in the Edinburgh Art Festival. Cindy Sherman: Early Works, 1975-80, Stills until 6 October. Hanna Tuulikki: Deer Dancer, Edinburgh Printmakers until 5 October. Grayson Perry: Julie Cope’s Grand Tour, Dovecot Studios until 2 November
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#52 - August 2019 Review

Cut and Paste: 400 Years of Collage

National Galleries of Scotland, Modern Two. Until 27 Oct 2019. Review by Victoria Horne
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 15: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers’ ALBANIA

‘How can local and other contexts be connected in a relevant way, without becoming simply—and sadly—“global?”’? Curator Alicia Knock ends our 15 part series on Eastern European countries’ participation at the Venice Biennale 2019.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 14: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers’ NORTH MACEDONIA

‘Through this act of re-examining the past, I refer to the theories of Marxism and of leftist ideology, discussing those issues openly.’ Artist Nada Prlja responds.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 13: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers’ KOSOVO

Response from artist Alban Muja. ‘A while ago, I tried to talk to my father about his experience in prison, if I can even call the place he was held a prison, since it was more like a concentration camp…’
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 12: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers’ SERBIA

‘I am a European in a Brexit country, who curated a pavilion of a nation that is in the process of entering the EU but is not yet part of it.’ Response from curator Nicoletta Lambertucci continues our 15 part series.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 11: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers’ BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Artist Danica Dakić: ‘I focus on the city of Zenica, once the symbol of socialist progress, which now faces extreme air pollution and high rates of unemployment.’ Manca Bajec and Isobel Wohl pose their questions.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 10: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers’ CROATIA

‘Traces of Disappearing, the project I am presenting in Venice, has been in progress for thirteen years…’ Response from artist Igor Grubić.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 9: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers.’ SLOVENIA

‘…it seems that we are returning to that rather deterministic old situation in the current geopolitical shift.’ Artist Marko Peljhan discusses collaborative practice as a legacy for change.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 8: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers.’ ESTONIA

‘Especially in our turbulent political context, being more together, supporting each other, and letting others’ voices complement one another seems more important than ever.’ Director Maria Arusoo, Center for Contemporary Arts, Tallinn.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 7: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers.’ LATVIA

‘Opening up even more, instead of closing in around national borders, should be the response.’ Curators Valentinas Klimašauskas and Inga Lāce continue our 15 part season.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 6: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers.’ LITHUANIA

‘We opened a military zone to the public that had never before been seen, not even by locals.’ Lucia Pietroiusti, curator of the Lithuanian Pavilion, which was awarded 2019’s Golden Lion, participates in our interview series that sets questions in response to Ralph Rugoff’s Venice Biennale exhibition title, ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 5: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers.’ BULGARIA

Eastern European countries exhibiting at the Venice Biennale 2019 were interviewed by Manca Bajec and Isobel Wohl. Responses here by curator Vera Mlechevska and artists Lazar Lyutakov and Rada Boukova.
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#51 - July 2019 Interview series

Part 4: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers.’ ROMANIA

‘I am still interested in questioning the political importance of image-making and its circulation in contemporary society…’. Curator Dr Cristian Nae responds to the 3 questions set by Manca Bajec and Isobel Wohl to representatives of Eastern European countries exhibiting at the Venice Biennale 2019.
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#51 - July 2019 Interview series

Part 3: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers.’ POLAND

Artist Roman Stańczak and curators Łukasz Ronduda and Łukasz Mojsak, representing Poland at the Venice Biennale 2019, continue this 15 part interview series. Questions set by Manca Bajec and Isobel Wohl.
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#51 - July 2019 Interview series

Part 2: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers.’ CZECH REPUBLIC and SLOVAK REPUBLIC

‘From my perspective, art is not only a question of form, but is also the message.’ Artist Stanislav Kolíbal, representing Czech Republic and Slovak Rebublic, responds to the Venice questions.
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#12 Winter - November 2007

Oliver Godow: Waiting for Godow

John Calcutt discovers a tangible presence in the abstract emptiness of Oliver Godow’s photographs
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#1 - February 2005

Streetwise

Ruth Beale, artist and founder of the nomadic organisation Aurora, investigates the dynamic scene which originated in Glasgow, and is now driving the young art community in Scotland 
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#16 Winter - November 2008

Michael Fullerton: Triangulation Theory

Michael Fullerton’s oeuvre adds up to much more than the paintings so frequently associated with it. John Calcutt discovers a playfulness of thought and fascination for chemistry, and theories in general, in this strikingly inquisitive artist’s work
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#40 - October 2017 Review

‘This isn’t a body!’

Jane Hartshorn’s ekphrastic response to ‘NOW’ by Chantal Akerman at Marian Goodman Gallery, Paris, September 14 - October 21
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#23 Autumn - September 2010

Goat in the Basment

Artist Stephan Dillemuth talks to MAP about his month-long residency at Transmission Gallery in Glasgow Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, 27 September–9 October
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#18 Summer - June 2009

The Way In

Luke Fowler’s films exist on the margins of documentary. Martin Herbert examines the artist’s archive
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#37 - January 2016

PREFACE

Suzanne van der Lingen & Claire Walsh introduce their 2016 MAP editorial project
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#2 - May 2005 Review

Eva Rothschild

Modern Art, London, 18 March-16 April 
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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

Daniel Roth

21 March–25 April, Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam  
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#22 - June 2010 Review

Marina Abramović

14 March–31 May, 2010, MoMA, New York
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#46 - September 2018 Event

is it lovely yet? Narrative Experiments

Hannah van Hove introduces Narrative Experiments, Glasgow Women’s Library, Sat 25 Aug, 2018, 2-4pm
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#3 - August 2005 Review

Frida Kahlo

9 June–2 October, Tate Modern, London
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#19 Autumn - September 2009

Remarks: Read-Out! Read-In!

Faith Wilding and Kate Davis are working towards a two-woman discursive exhibition project with CCA, Glasgow, entitled ‘The Long Loch: How Do We Go On From Here?’, commissioned for Glasgow international, April 2010 
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#9 - March 2007 Review

Jonathan Monk

8 December 2006–18 February 2007, Haus am Waldsee, Berlin / 29 November 2006 –20 January 2007, Lisson Gallery, London
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#2 - May 2005 Review

Books: John Bellany

A monograph by John McEwen, published by Mainstream Publishing, April 2005 
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#19 Autumn - September 2009 Review

Maison Domino

5 July–2 August, 2009, Generator Projects, Dundee
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#26 - November 2012

MAP Screen | Dancing With Myself

Miranda Pennell’s ‘Human Radio’ was the first film shown in a programme curated by Debi Banerjee for MAP Screen. Its run is now over but a text remains to view here.
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 12: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers’ SERBIA

‘I am a European in a Brexit country, who curated a pavilion of a nation that is in the process of entering the EU but is not yet part of it.’ Response from curator Nicoletta Lambertucci continues our 15 part series.
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#22 - June 2010 Review

Kaye Donachie

27 February–11 April, 2010, Maureen Paley, London
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#42 - February 2018 Review

Physical or Otherwise 

Gwendolen Dupré on the alchemy of Suggestions and Encounters: Physical or Otherwise by Leontios Toumpouris at The Telfer Gallery, Glasgow, 9 February - 4 March 
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#14 Summer - June 2008 Review

Simon Starling

1 March–11 May 2008, The Power Plant, Toronto
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#37 - October 2016

…where the art is: the interwoven spaces of Radiophrenia…

Anna McLauchlan channels ‘Radiophrenia’, a fortnight of live broadcast sound and transmission arts
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#5 - January 2006

Diary: Tel Aviv

Alone in Israel with curator Francis McKee
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#45 - July 2018 Review

Chapter Ten

The tenth and final instalment of Out of Office Auto-Reply by Sophie Collins
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#25 - July 2011 Review

Still Life

 9 April–30 September, 2011, Waterford, Lismore Castle Arts
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#11 Autumn - September 2007 Review

FOCUS: 52nd Venice Biennale—Reflections

10 June–21 November 2007, Venice
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#12 Winter - November 2007

Remarks: Three Spaces

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#9 - March 2007 Review

Matthew Barney / Joseph Beuys

28 October 2006–12 January 2007, Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin
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#49 - March 2019 Review

Dorothea Tanning: A Canine State of Mind

Natalie Ferris on the artist’s retrospective at Tate Modern and communion with the animal world
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#12 Winter - November 2007

Obituary: Steven Campbell

Artist, born 19 March 1953, died 15 August 2007
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#45 - June 2018 Review

Chapter Six

The sixth instalment of Out of Office Auto-Reply by Sarah Tripp & Simon Buckley
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#8 - November 2006 Review

The Four

19 August–23 September 2006, Collins Galery, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
#37 - February 2016

K’s Turn

Video by Rallou Panagiotou
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#8 - November 2006

David Shrigley: Top Drawer

David Shrigley is astonishingly prolific. Outside the mainstream, but embraced by it, he makes T-shirts and posters, but is also bought by the Tate. Neil Cooper visits him in his Glasgow studio and finds the man very much like his work.
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#12 Winter - November 2007 Review

Books: Art and Revolution: Transversal Activism in the Long Twentieth Century

Gerald Raunig www.semiotexte.com ISBN 978-1-58435-046-0 £11.95
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#2 - May 2005

Bear Compound

Artist Mark Dion describes his brush with the little known bears of Dundee and his scheme to build new vistas for them and for those on the human side of their enclosure. Bear Broch opened to the public in the winter of 2005