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

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

Michael Clark's Current/SEE

01 JAN 99

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