Monthly Archives: December, 2014

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Smoke & Mirrors: The 2014 Gwangju Biennale

In a poor, farm-dense region of South Korea with a complicated political history1, art with an explicit emphasis on radical political activism has been challenging—and perhaps pushing—international biennale culture for almost 20 years2. This year, the biennale faced some political…

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Adam Cvijanovic’s Post-Natural History

There’s no such thing as nature. For some, this is a commonplace fact: there is virtually no place on earth untouched by human beings, especially if we consider the subtle, universal changes of the earth’s ecosystems caused by anthropogenic climate…

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“1914: Magnus Plessen” at the Rose Art Museum

The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University is known for delivering powerful exhibitions rooted in contemporary thought and academic pursuit. Rose Art Projects, their new series of curatorial ventures, is a series of projects, each consisting of three separate exhibitions,…

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On Craft and Modernity

Declared “Photographer’s Row” in 1914 by Photo-Era Magazine, Boylston Street bustled with artists of all media in the decades just before and after the turn of the 20th century. With the Museum of Fine Arts and the Boston Public Library…

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Labor in a Single Shot

Labor in a Single Shot, a collection of documentary videos regarding work, is as straightforward as it sounds. On view this fall at the Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts, Antje Ehmann and Harun Farocki began curating…