Issues / #16 Winter 2008

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Report: Back To You: Contemporary Performative Practice

Sarah Lowndes explores a current wave in contemporary art
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Residency: Abraham Cruzvillegas

Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas spent six months at Cove Park this summer shaping an exhibition for Glasgow’s CCA. The result is Autoconstrucción
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Emerging: Alex Gross

An element of failure is crucial to the development of this young artist’s strategy. John Calcutt gets to grips with his liberating style
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Emerging: Phoebe Unwin

Rebecca Geldard discovers a savvy painter whose clever balance of good and bad taste is propelling her towards success
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Feminism: A Question of Readership

In this issue we publish a selection of the many reader responses to the set of questions on feminism in Issue 15 
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Charles Avery: Mythologies

Charles Avery’s entire practice is built on the creation of a new world, an island place where cults and gulls and islanders all play their part. Anthony Spira explores its boundaries
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Cyprien Gaillard: Recycling the Ruins

Cyprien Gaillard recently witnessed the destruction of high rise buildings in Glasgow: acute observations of this are the subject of his new work. Joanna Fiduccia talks to him about his practice and the death and decay of modernism in urban architecture
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Lara Favaretto: The End of Motion

Alessandro Rabottini discovers a rich seam of functional and philosophical investigation in the moving and constantly shifting work of Italian artist Lara Favaretto
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Gerhard Richter: Radical Senses

One of contemporary art’s most revered artists, a seminal and inspirational figure for many of his own and younger generations, Gerhard Richter makes paintings with an instinct that is as visually keen as it is intellectually demanding. Keith Hartley looks back at early days in Düsseldorf, in the light of his abstract period and more recent work
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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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Merlin James: Yes Yes Yes

Sherman Sam finds an uneasy longing, coupled with affirmative gesture, in the work of contemporary painter Merlin James
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Commission: Ruth Ewan

A set of four postcards by Ruth Ewan have been commissioned for this issue of MAP
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Back Page: Dawood/Deora

FROM: DAWOOD/DEORA SUBJECT: RE: MAP BACK PAGE DATE: THU OCT 23 18:24 TO: MAP 
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Remarks: 53rd Venice Biennale

Judith Winter and Graeme Domke, Dundee Contemporary Arts, discuss their selection for Scotland and Venice at the 53rd Venice Biennale. 
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Remarks: GSS

Beagles & Ramsay have undertaken the first production residency at Glasgow Sculpture Studios’ new home to develop their practice and create two monumental sculptures. 
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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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Remarks: Moot Moves

Tom Godfrey, one of four artist/directors of Nottingham’s Moot organisation is excited about new prospects opened up by the occupation of new premises. 
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Remarks: Berlin’s New Space

Thomas Eller discusses the new Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin and its significance to the city 
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Matthieu Laurette

1 January–31 December, 2008 Blow de la Barra, London
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Elmgreen & Dragset

12 October–15 November, 2008, Victoria Miro Gallery / Old Vic Theatre, London
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John Latham

2 October–8 November, 2008, Flat Time House, London
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Ryoji Ikeda, Nuit Blanche 4/5 October, Tour Montparnasse

11 October 2008–12 January 2009 Le Laboratoire, Paris  
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Steve McQueen

10 September–23 November, 2008 Baltic, Gateshead  
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William Hunt

13 September–31 October, 2008, Witte de With Rotterdam, Rotterdam  
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upArt Contemporary Art Fair

2–5 October 2008, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto
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Conversations

27 September–16 November, 2008, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
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Diango Hernández

6 September–25 October, 2008, Barbara Thumm, Berlin
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David Bellingham

13 September–14 October, 2008, The Changing Room, Stirling
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Sterling Ruby

9 October–15 November, 2008, Monika Sprüth Philomene Magers, London  
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TINA

9 October–30 November, 2008, The Drawing Room, London  
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Alex Pollard

11 October–2 November, 2008, Whitechapel Project Space, London
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Karla Black: Mistakes Made Away From Home

£17 ISBN: 978-0-9560400-0-8 www.marymarygallery.co.uk
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On Knowledge Production: A Critical Reader in Contemporary Art

Maria Hlavajova, Jill Winder, Binna Choi (eds.) £20 www.bak-utrecht.nl
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Chaos, Territory, Art: Deleuze and the Framing of the Earth

Elizabeth Grosz, £13, ISBN: 978-0-231-14518-3, www.cup.columbia.edu
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Liverpool International 08: Made Up

20 September–30 November, 2008, Various venues, Liverpool