61 issue
June 10
Between Worlds
Contemporary Indian Art : This summer, visitors to the Deutsche Guggenheim can experience some of India’s most innovative film and video artists. Far from Bollywood cliché, Being Singular Plural: Moving Images from India shows how diverse and exciting the country’s art scene really is. ArtMag reports on the show and introduces several more contemporary Indian artists as well.
"Being Singular Plural: Moving Images from India" at the Deutsche Guggenheim is the first show to dedicate itself exclusively to contemporary art from India. [more]
She lets gender roles clash with fears and longings. In 2006 Chitra Ganesh participated in the exhibition "pa.per.ing" at the 60 Wall Gallery of Deutsche Bank New York. [more]
Art from countries like China and India are experiencing a worldwide boom. But what are the chances and risks resulting from this development? ArtMag asks artists, curators, and critics. [more]
Whether he lets jeans rain down from the sky in Colombia or installs a floating ready-made house for the Venice Biennale—when he examines the phenomena of a global consumerist culture, Mike Bouchet’s subversive humor is always in evidence. [more]
Dayanita Singh is considered to be the most important figure in contemporary Indian photography. Recently, a selection of her black and white portraits was acquired for the Deutsche Bank Collection. [more]
"Indian Highway", "Chalo! India" or "The Empire Strikes Back"—a large number of major exhibitions have testified to an increasing western interest in contemporary Indian art. [more]
Disco Kid, Malcolm X, Angela Davis-photographer Samuel Fosso of the Central African Republic slips into a wide array of roles, tapping African cultural history for his store of props. [more]
In the late sixties, Jürgen Klauke placed his own body at the center of his photographic work, and in doing so he radically called conventional gender roles into question. [more]
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On View
Homage to a Metropolis: Berlin Images in the Kunsthalle Koidl / After great success in Argentina: Beuys and Beyond now in Mexico City / Wings II at the Deutsche Bank Kunstraum / Being Singular Plural / Then & Now: Abstract Art from Latin America at 60 Wall Gallery / Beuys and Beyond in Buenos Aires: Deutsche Bank Collection in dialogue with contemporary Argentinean art / Anniversary in Luxembourg: Deutsche Bank Collection Shows International Contemporary Art
Youtube Play: Shortlist Announced / Ayse Erkmen’s Project for Witte de With / The Deutsche Guggenheim Summer Special / Villa Romana prizewinners announced for 2011 / Wangechi Mutu at WIELS in Brussels / Deutsche Bank main sponsor of the London CREATE Festival / Juan Sajid Imao wins Deutsche Knowledge Services art competition / Deutsche Bank Awards 2010 / Cai Guo-Qiangs Head On at the National Museum of Singapore / Guggenheim Foundation and YouTube initiate an Online Biennial / Villa Romana Prizewinners in Berlin and La Spezia / Thomas Neumann Awarded the Bergische Kunstpreis
The Press on Beuys and Beyond in Buenos Aires / Wangechi Mutu at the Deutsche Guggenheim

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