Ahead of dOCUMENTA (13), reflections on the exhibition by its previous curators
On the art of being truly site-specific
On his 100th birthday, a reappraisal of Marshall McLuhan’s prophecies
The problems of storing art
Does the art world still have a centre?
Berlin’s search for a kunsthalle
New approaches to evoking the idea of death
The dematerialization of the moving image
Has a theory been replaced by a technology?
How we’re getting used to the view from above
Snow White, architecture and intolerance
Finding different cures for sadness
The death and resurrection of photography in a digitized world
Being a foreigner in Germany’s capital
The shows curated by one Toronto-based collector are so good that others pale in comparison
How do you write a catalogue essay for a show that hasn’t yet opened?
Paul Smith (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 2009)
The evolution of theory and its impact on contemporary thought
What it means to have countless namesakes on Google
Esther Schipper, Berlin, Germany