Christy Lange

Christy Lange is programme director of Tactical Tech and a contributing editor of frieze. She lives in Berlin, Germany. 

What makes a war story true?

BY Christy Lange | 01 MAY 14

In Rimini Protokoll’s productions, real life appears theatrical, and theatre seems more like real life

BY Christy Lange | 15 APR 14

Endings and beginnings in Berlin

BY Christy Lange | 27 FEB 14

Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili’s images conjure depth from the flat surface of photography

BY Christy Lange | 22 FEB 14

Filling in the Blanks

BY Christy Lange | 13 AUG 13

Sifting fact from fiction

BY Christy Lange | 20 JUN 13

If old attitudes could become form again, what would they look like? Organized by the Fondazione Prada, the exhibition ‘When Attitudes Become Form: Bern 1969 / Venice 2013’ at Ca’ Corner della Regina ambitiously sets out to reconstruct Harald Szeemann’s seminal exhibition ‘Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form. Works – Concepts – Processes – Situations – Information’, originally staged at the Kunsthalle Bern in Switzerland in 1969.

BY Christy Lange | 31 MAY 13

What do drones see? And how can we see them?

BY Christy Lange | 24 MAY 13

Prints, paper, scissors

BY Christy Lange | 03 FEB 13

Animating archives in the ‘queer archaeology’ of Berlin-based duo Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz

BY Christy Lange | 11 JAN 13

Korpys/Löffler document the rituals of political power that take place, not behind the scenes, but in plain sight

BY Christy Lange | 04 NOV 12

Looking at art from different angles

BY Christy Lange | 01 NOV 12

Roe Ethridge’s work circulates in the worlds of fashion, commercial and art photography. Christy Lange considers his ‘chaotic inventory’.

BY Christy Lange | 01 OCT 12

Kateřina Šedá’s projects question the pros and cons of an artistic practice that purports to be for the good of its participants

BY Christy Lange | 01 SEP 12