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Keep Going Ahead!: Jonas Mekas and the 21st Century

The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA) presents Again, Again It All Comes Back to Me in Brief Glimpses, which celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Jonas Mekas, one of the true pillars of avant-garde and independent cinema.


Adrienne Edwards and Charles Aubin in conversation with Agnieszka Gratza . Agnieszka Gratza: As well as being Performa’s chief curator and director, RoseLee Goldberg is overseeing the South African pavilion this year, and you’re looking after Afroglossia while Charles Aubin is curating Circulations, Performa17’s performance and architecture program.

In Your Mouth Everything Dies: Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio

  Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio and Ilaria Bombelli in conversation. Sarcasm and sentiment are the tutelary geniuses of the show by Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio (Pozzuoli, 1972), a Neapolitan artist and emigrant to Berlin, who until January 14, 2018 at Merano Arte will display a set of especially created new works: largely drawings and multi-material sculptures, as well as an installation of ‘found’ and recycled objects.

Setting the Stage: Christoph Meier

by Sophie Verhulst   A space is always an empty shell without somebody in it, and the work of Christoph Meier seems to emphasize this.

Setting the Stage: Christoph Meier

by Liene Aerts   A space is always an empty shell without somebody in it, and the work of Christoph Meier seems to emphasize this.

Combining Histories: Alvaro Barrington

Alvaro Barrington and Dana Kopel in conversation. Alvaro Barrington’s paintings attend to combinations of materials, movements, and references both art historical and cultural in a broader sense.

Country Grammar: Sue Tompkins and Luke Fowler

Sue Tompkins, Luke Fowler, and Harry Darrell in Conversation   In the frame of the opening weekend of the Berlin theatre Volksbühne, now directed by Chris Dercon, the two Glasgow-based artists Luke Fowler and Sue Tompkins will present their most recent collaborative project in a new performed version.

Iron Levels: Davide Balula

The French artist Davide Balula presents Iron Levels, his exhibition at the Roman Gagosian site, as an itinerary that takes into account your physical strength and whether or not you carry metal objects in your pockets.

“Identity and Illusion”: Empty Factories, Alienated Employees, and Robots at the 3rd Biennial of Photography on Industry and Work

François Hébel and Urs Stahel in conversation with Ilaria Bombelli   To reach the complex in Bologna known as MAST (Manifattura Arti, Sperimentazione e Tecnologia, or Arts, Experimentation, and Technology), you have to cross the whole of the city—its narrow medieval streets, its porticos (almost forty kilometers of them in the historical center alone), its arches and domes.

Everything Visible Is Empty: Toshio Matsumoto

by Stuart Munro   As a city, Hong Kong confounds. The sheer aggressiveness, people jostling for trains or shouting from afar, somehow feels more intimate than unsettling.

Dogged Disclosure: Melike Kara

by Milan Ther   Melike Kara’s exhibition Köpek at Peres Projects in Berlin includes photography-as-architecture (custom sized for the gallery walls), along with paintings and sculptures.

Not Surprised

We are not surprised. We are artists, arts administrators, assistants, curators, directors, editors, educators, gallerists, interns, scholars, students, writers, and more—workers of the art world—and we have been groped, undermined, harassed, infantilized, scorned, threatened, and intimidated by those in positions of power who control access to resources and opportunities.

Jan De Cock “Everything For You, Torino” at Galleria Francesca Minini, Milan

Jan de Cock in conversation with Simone Menegoi Simone Menegoi: Let’s begin with the end: Your project, Everything for you, Torino, is the latest and final step of an ambitious cycle of interventions in public space (and exhibitions in private spaces) that you started six years ago.

Etel Adnan “Déjeuner au soleil” at Galleria Continua, San Gimignano

Etel Adnan interviewed by Angela Maderna   As Simone Fattal writes, Etel Adnan “is in love with the beauty of the world.” And this love, visualized through painting—that Adnan herself defines as an expression of her joyful side—is contagious.

Cheng Ran “Diary of a Madman” Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing

By Harry Darrell Harry Darrell: Could you please introduce our readers to the concept and the works behind the exhibition Diary of a Madman held at Galerie Urs Meile?

Anri Sala “All of a Tremble” at kurimanzutto, Mexico City

Anri Sala interviewed by Gabriele Sassone   What is the relation between sound and image? Gabriele Sassone talks to Anri Sala about his new project at kurimanzutto, entitled All of a Tremble.

Gianfranco Baruchello: Archive of Moving Images 1960-2016

The publication is the first comprehensive study of Baruchello’s relationship with the moving image from the sixties on.

Mousse #60 Out Now

Mousse 60 October-November 2017 Buy issue Buy iPad Version   FRIEDA TORANZO JAEGER Total Immersion Chris Sharp RANA HAMADEH The Testimonial Subject Carolina Rito ARIA DEAN Variation and Repetition Hanna Girma ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER, NICK MAUSS AND HEIMO ZOBERNIG Point Of Undoing Catherine Wood BARBARA CHASE-RIBOUD Memory Is Everything Hans Ulrich Obrist BEATRIZ SANTIAGO MUÑOZ A Drive Toward an Unattainable Other Juan Gaitán AGAINST THE DAY (DIARIES) Yann Chateigné FROM MY INSTITUTION TO YOURS Kathy Noble NOT YOUR STORY Jens Hoffmann THE APPROPRIATION DEBATES Candice Hopkins PARS PRO TOTO Chus Martínez ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR OWN OPPRESSION Ingo Niermann SOFIA STEVI Veiled or Unfurled, Love-Stained and Soft, Stiff with Color Andrew Berardini STANYA KAHN AND LIZ CRAFT And I Stop and I Turn and I Go for a Ride Anna Gritz LIGHT PLAY: TWISTING REALITY AND DEEPENING NARRATIVE THROUGH AUGMENTATION Nora N.

Sam Lewitt “FILLER” at Galerie Buchholz, Berlin

By Mitch Speed   Why does Sam Lewitt’s work always seem to produce satisfaction, immediately chased by irritation?

A spiral of obsessive thoughts: Eddie Peake

Eddie Peake in conversation with João Laia. Focusing on performance, Eddie Peake discusses his practice addressing questions such as the relationship between collaboration and authorship, the politics of sexuality and gender, and the online circulation of (live) work.