Issue 44
Jan - Feb 1999

From this issue

Inside Bellagio, Las Vegas

26 OCT 11

The German slide-show phenomenon

BY Franz Ackermann | 02 JAN 99

The difficult questions raised by Roberto Benigni's Life is Beautiful, a comedy set in the Holocaust

02 JAN 99
Article

Fishtank, Richard Billingham's made-for-TV film, shows his family come to life

02 JAN 99

Charline von Heyl

02 JAN 99

The floral tributes of Peter Fischli and David Weiss

02 JAN 99
News

Michael Clark's Current/SEE

01 JAN 99
BY Jennifer Higgie | 01 JAN 99
BY Izi Glover | 01 JAN 99
BY Ronald Jones | 01 JAN 99
BY Laurie Palmer | 01 JAN 99
BY Glenn Brown | 01 JAN 99
BY Márcia Fortes | 01 JAN 99
BY Dale McFarland | 01 JAN 99
BY Neal Brown | 01 JAN 99
BY Gregory Williams | 01 JAN 99
BY Pádraig Timoney | 01 JAN 99
BY Jan Verwoert | 01 JAN 99
BY Stuart Morgan | 01 JAN 99
BY Sophie Berrebi | 01 JAN 99
BY Michael Darling | 01 JAN 99
BY Roberto Ohrt | 01 JAN 99
BY Hans Rudolf Reust | 01 JAN 99
BY Carl Freedman | 01 JAN 99
BY Izi Glover | 01 JAN 99
BY Shonagh Adelman | 01 JAN 99
BY Neal Brown | 01 JAN 99
BY Verena Kuni | 01 JAN 99
BY Dale McFarland | 01 JAN 99
Article

Honcho, the new magazine of contemporary art

01 JAN 99

Once upon a time, a curator's principal expertise was limited to hanging shows, eyeballing a painting with a connoisseur's gaze and sagely suggesting that it be re-hung a couple of inches to the left. While there were always notable exceptions, it has only been during the last decade that curatorial practice has been reinvented on a grand scale, and that the curator has been elevated to a kind of cult status

01 JAN 99

The photography of Sam Taylor-Wood

01 JAN 99

Miles Coolidge

01 JAN 99

Marijke van Warmerdam

01 JAN 99

The cost of creativity

BY Sandy Nairne | 01 JAN 99

Four Danish directors and their Dogma 95 manifesto

01 JAN 99