modern art oxford http://www.modernartoxford.org.uk/

Contemporary Istanbul (CI) The New Art Destination www.contemporaryistanbul.com 2010/11/25-28

frieze Issue 134: frieze.com

Itsuo Sakane 80 http://www.leonardo.info/rolodex/sakane.itsuo.html

Evžen Šimera, Zero Gravity, 04. 10. 2010 – 11. 11. 2010 www.gallerykressling.sk, Bratislava

—  documents d’artistes http://www.documentsdartistes.org/index.php

Speculations on the Cultural Organisation of Civility, www.skor.nl , Amsterdam

— Kürti Emese: Dezorientáljuk a csapatokat, St.Auby Tamás kiállítása Karlsruheben, 1. http://exindex.hu/index.php?l=hu&page=3&id=773

manifesta 8 http://www.manifesta8.com/manifesta/manifesta8.inicio

— róla a flashartonline no 274-ben www.flashartonline.com

EBRU ÖZSEÇEN http://www.ebruozsecen.com/corset.html

Is Curator an Artist, is Contemporary Art Exhibition an Art-work? International Syposium: Exhibition as the Artistic Medium, Curator of Contemporary Art as the Artist. The Changing Statuses of the Exhibition and the Curator in the Field of Contemporary Art. Association Igor Zabel for Culture and Theory www.igorzabelassociation.org/

Rirkrit Tiravanija, is there a revolution?, Bétonsalon drii.ensad.fr

V2_Newsletter October 2010 www.v2.nl

mea culpa, philippe pasqua

— Biennial Arts Le Havre 2010 : from comics to contemporary art A.B.A.C.H. from October 1 to 31 www.artslehavre.com

Carlos Amorales: Vertical Earthquake at Annet Gelink Gallery 4 September – 16 October 2010 Amsterdam, www.annetgelink.nl

Time/Bank, e-flux is pleased to launch Time/Bank: a platform initiated by Julieta Aranda & Anton Vidokle, where groups and individuals can pool and trade time and skills, bypassing money as a measure of value. Time/Bank is based on the premise that everyone in the field of culture has something to contribute and that it is possible to develop and sustain an alternative economy by connecting existing needs with unacknowledged resources. www.e-flux.com/timebank

Dan Graham, Krabbesholm Chill Out Pavilion, 2-15 October 2010 www.krabbesholm.dk -“Architects are increasingly interested in the aestetic fascination of Dan Graham’s mirroring pavilion walls. However, Dan Graham does not function simply as an architect. He uses mirroring walls rather as the surgeon uses his scalpel, to reveal the psychological and perceptive structures of our social behavior.” —Jacques Herzog, Herzog & de Meuron Architects, Basel

ATTILA CSÖRGŐ : ARCHIMEDEAN POINT, mudam 09.10.2010 – 23.01.2011

Le travail d’Attila Csörgő explore les territoires contigus de l’art et de la science. Il effectue des expériences grâce à des dispositifs de sa propre création, minutieusement réglés. Ses œuvres attestent autant d’un esprit espiègle et plein d’humour que philosophique. En savoir plus

The work of Attila Csörgő explores the adjoining territories of art and science. He makes experiments with carefully engineered and meticulously adjusted devices of his own design. His works attest to a mindset that is playful and humorous, as well as philosophical. Find out more


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