Issue 60
Jun - Aug 2001

From this issue

The amateur photographs of Takeshi Shimajiri

BY Kyoichi Tsuzuki | 01 AUG 01

Transmission, Glasgow, UK

BY Neil Mulholland | 06 JUN 01

Serpentine Gallery & Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK

BY Alex Farquharson | 06 JUN 01

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, USA

BY Carmine Iannaccone | 06 JUN 01

Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany

BY Dominic Eichler | 06 JUN 01

Tate Modern, London, UK

BY Chris Turner | 06 JUN 01

Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York, USA

BY Michelle Grabner | 06 JUN 01

Museum Villa Stück, Munich, Germany

303 Gallery, New York, USA

BY Jenni Sorkin | 06 JUN 01

Donald Young Gallery, Chicago, USA

BY Carol Jackson | 06 JUN 01

BQ, Cologne, Germany

BY Holger Liebs | 06 JUN 01

Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, UK

BY Izi Glover | 06 JUN 01

Santa Monica Museum of Art, California, USA

BY Charles LaBelle | 06 JUN 01

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia

BY Chris Chapman | 06 JUN 01

Potins Holiday Centre, East Sussex, UK

BY Dan Fox | 06 JUN 01

Delfina Project Space, London, UK

BY Polly Staple | 06 JUN 01

Visiting I salon del Mobile in Milan

BY Matthew Slotover | 06 JUN 01

Pondering the significance of a screenwriters strike

BY Garland Hunter | 06 JUN 01

Bemoaning the caricaturing of artists on TV

BY Dennis Abbott | 06 JUN 01

Tuning into revolutionary radio

BY Christian Ward | 06 JUN 01

Online consumer reviews

06 JUN 01

Unwrapping the Lego fimmaking kit for kids

BY Joe Laniado | 06 JUN 01

Ina Celaya's new collection

06 JUN 01

Jessica Craig-Martin

06 JUN 01

Cappellini's experimental approach to design

BY Lorna Lee Leslie | 06 JUN 01

J. G. Ballard, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Brooke Shields and The Dukes of Hazzard - Bruce Hainley on misinformation and fakery in the signatures of Richard Prince

06 JUN 01

Looking forward to the Future Systems shopping mall

06 JUN 01

'Even though he wasn't wearing silken gowns right out of Liberty's and his long blonde hair no longer fell wavily past his shoulders David Bowie was looking yummy. He'd slipped into an elegant patterned type of combat suit, very tight around the legs, with the shirt unbuttoned to reveal a full expanse of white torso. The trousers were turned up at the calves to allow a better glimpse of a huge pair of red plastic boots with at least three inch rubber soles; and the hair was Vidal Sassooned into such impeccable shape that one held one's breath in the case the slight breeze from the open window dared to ruffle it. I wish you could have been there to varda him; he was so super.'

06 JUN 01

Advances in music marketing

BY Klaus Walter | 06 JUN 01

David Hamilton

06 JUN 01

Erlend Loe's new novel

BY James Eve | 06 JUN 01

Revelling in the romance of romanticism: the photography of Torbjørn Rødland

BY Dan Fox | 06 JUN 01