Issue 79
Nov - Dec 2003

‘Corporations want two-way mirror glass because it’s reflective on the outside – which means the corporation looks like the sky – and transparent inside, so people can see out without being seen – it’s a kind of surveillance.’ Chrissie Iles talks to Dan Graham about his new project, Waterloo Sunset, at the Hayward Gallery London, transparency, Cederic Price and the baroque. ‘Kunath’s images ache with the sweet pain of melancholy. Lines about longing and failed relationships are flung out in a barrage of heart-breaking pathos.’ And Dan Fox tunes into the world of Frederic Kunath.

Also featured: Tom Morton on Claire Barclay, Michael Wilson on Chris Johanson, Jennifer Higgie on Silke Otto-Knapp, Dominic Eichler on Monika Baer, Andrew Sholl on Dali and Disney’s collaboration and Michael Bracewell visits ‘Introspective’, Richard Hamilton’s extensive retrospective.

From this issue

Monika Baer

BY Dominic Eichler |

Silke Otto-Knapp

BY Jennifer Higgie |

Claire Barclay

BY Tom Morton |

'An artist inventor of undimming good humour, whose work provides the soul with strength to face a not too terrible hereafter.'

An interview with Dan Graham

BY Chrissie Iles |

How Friedrich Kunath enforces ‘togetherness’ through our shared pop culture vernacular

BY Dan Fox |

Theodor Adorno's centenary

BY Jan Verwoert |

Los Angeles' new Gold Line

BY George Pendle |

An interview with Lavinia Greenlaw

BY Craig Burnett |

The cultural history of zoos

BY Brian Dillon |

Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne/Kunstmuseum, St Gallen, Switzerland

BY Fabrice Stroun |

Anton Kern Gallery, New York, USA

BY Adam Mendelsohn |

Emily Tsingou Gallery, London, UK

BY Olivia Plender |

Santa Monica Museum of Art, USA

BY Jenni Sorkin |

Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

BY Morgan Falconer |

MW projects, London, UK

BY Sally O'Reilly |

Tablet, London, UK

BY Andrew Hunt |

Italian Cultural Institute, London, UK

BY Craig Burnett |

Emmapassage, Tilburg, The Netherlands

BY Douglas Heingartner |

Adobe Bookstore, San Francisco, USA

BY Julian Myers |

Various Venues

BY Neil Mulholland |

David Zwirner, New York, USA

BY Michael Wilson |

Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Germany

BY Jan Verwoert |

Modern Art, London, UK

BY Morgan Falconer |

B + B at the Austrian Cultural Institute, London, UK

BY Holly Walsh |

Leo Koenig, New York, USA

BY Lisi Raskin |

Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany

BY Ronald Jones |

Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York, USA

BY Peter Eleey |

Théâtre du Ranelagh, Paris, France

BY Michael Bracewell |

Various Venues

BY Tom Morton |

Over half a century in the making, Dalí's Disney collaboration arrives on the big screen

BY Andrew Sholl |