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Issue No. 90 / June 2013 "How we aim to work"

Table of contents

    • 6 Preface
    • 32 Tom Holert Postscript on the Societies of Comfort
    • 48 Jutta Koether Starting from the Picture / Seat of Power - A Picture of Being a Woman Artist
    • 60 Beate Söntgen Why Diderot? / A Project Outline
    • 70 Helmut Draxler Taking Part in the Other / Politics and Structural Ambivalence
    • 88 Sabeth Buchmann & Constanze Ruhm Subject Put to the Test
    • 108 Rainer Bellenbaum Disco, Drift, Text, Choir / On Elizabeth Price's Videos
    • 118 Sven Lütticken Research Objectives / Or: the Art of Obstruction
    • 142 Clemens Krümmel A Minor Ninth that Nobody Wants / On the Henry Flynt Exhibitions "Activities 1959-" in Düsseldorf and Karlsruhe
  • Short Cuts

    • 158 Still One of Us? / Isabelle Graw asks Julia Gelshorn, Sebastian Egenhofer, Fiona McGovern, and Chris Reitz about the current reception of Martin Kippenberger
  • Bildstrecke

    • 180 Dierk Schmidt Broken Windows 2.0
  • Rotation

    • 188 Das Feste und das Flüssige / Simon Baier über "After Art" von David Joselit
  • Liebe Arbeit Kino


    • 202 Closer Distances / Christodoulos Panayiotou on "Disabled Theater" by Jérome Bel
  • Short Waves

    • 206 Marina Vishmidt on Rosa Barba at Turner Contemporary, Margate  /  Philipp Ekardt on Linder at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris  /  Martin Saar über Franz Gertsch in Burgdorf  /  Adrienne Rooney on John Finneran at 47 Canal, New York  /  Alex Kitnick on Derek Boshier at Thomas Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles  /  Vanessa Joan Müller über Nina Pohl bei Sprüth Magers Berlin  /  David Reisman on Thomas Bayrle at The Artist's Institute
  • Reviews

  • Obituary

    • 262 Birgit Haehnel Viktoria Schmidt-Linsenhoff - Der Verantwortliche Blick
  • Edition