Interview with Irena Knezevic Print E-mail
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Written by Susan Snodgrass (Chicago)   
Thursday, 10 January 2013 00:00

Irena Knezevic (born Serbia, 1982) is an artist who works in various media, including prints, ceramics, sculpture, video, music, and architecture. Her work often addresses issues related to the political and cultural history of her native Serbia. She was a student organizer who helped organize protests against Slobodan Milosevic’s government before moving to Chicago in 2000, where she studied at Columbia College, the University of Chicago, and the University of Illinois at Chicago (MFA, 2007). Knezevic is currently an assistant professor at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis and researches at the Kemper Art Museum...

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Interview with Bjorn Geldhof (PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv) Print E-mail
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Written by Larissa Babij (Kyiv)   
Saturday, 20 October 2012 10:58

In late June 2012, Larissa Babij met with Bjorn Geldhof to talk about his work at the PinchukArtCentre; his views on Ukrainian contemporary artists and the local art audience; and the political implications of artistic practice in the current political climate.

Since he began working at the PinchukArtCentre  in 2009, artistic manager and curator Bjorn Geldhof's curatorial intelligence has caught the attention of local artists and viewers. ...

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Interview with Marge Monko Print E-mail
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Written by Sven Spieker (Los Angeles)   
Tuesday, 12 June 2012 10:58

Marge Monko (born 1976) is an artist living and working in Tallinn, Estonia. She studied at the Estonian Academy of Arts (MA in Photography, 2008) and at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Monko's main mediums are photography and video. She has examined psychoanalysis and its impact on gender representation in visual culture. Recently she has been focusing on gendered work in the context of paradigmatic changes in labour policies.

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ArticlesJoan Kee (Ann Arbor) considers the problem of scale in contemporary art practice. Carla Macchiavello (Bogotá) discusses the problem of influence in Latin American art during the 1970s and 1980s. Ruben and Maja Fowkes (Budapest) examine East European artists' approaches to the natural environment during the 1970s and beyond.

In the Document section, we present two pre-revolution Iranian manifestos of modern art (introduction/translation: Bavand Behpoor).

Artist ProjectShady El Noshokaty (Cairo), Rat Diaries, a series of drawings that attempts to map the intensity of everyday life in Egypt intertwined with intuitive visual and verbal comments on art practice.

Review Article: Monica Amor (Baltimore) discusses the exhibition Cold America: Geometric Abstraction in Latin America (1934-1973) and Alejandro Crispiani's book Objetos para transformar el mundo: Trayectorias del arte concreto-invención, Argentina y Chile, 1940-1970 [Objects to Transform the World: Trajectories of Concrete-Invention Art, Argentina and Chile, 1940-1970]. 

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