Articles

In this section you will find a description of my published articles. You can access a pdf version of the printed articles by clicking on the relative icon. At the bottom of the page you’ll find the list of my web features with the relative link.

Articles published in Elephant Magazine:

E2-The art of sex

The Art of Sex (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 2 (Spring 2010)

 What do artists talk about when they talk about sex?

Featured artists: Karim Hamid, Japi Hoono, Berta Jayo, Sean Landers, Thomas Lelu,Monica Rizzolli, Zak Smith, Kazuki Takamatsu, James Unsworth, Vivaultra

E3-Microworlds

Microworlds – The incredible shrinking subject (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 3 (Summer 2010)

Featured artists: Adalberto Abbate, Jason Barnhart, Amy Bennett, Vincent Bousserez, Daniel Dorall, Thomas Doyle, Audrey Heller, Minimiam, Liliana Porter, Jonah Smason, Slinkachu. Intro by Marc Valli.

E3-PostReal

Post-Real – The paintings of floods, masks and car crashes (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 3 (Summer 2010)

Featured artists: Miguel Calderon, Amy Casey, Tim Eitel, T0moo Gokita, Josh Keyes, Kon Trubkovich, Dirk Skreber, Jonathan Wateridge, Simon Willems

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Maya Gold – The view from above’ (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 5 (Winter 2010/11)

Israeli painter Maya Gold speaks of her human landscapes, where an apparent motionless perfection reveals a disquieting suspension of everyday life. This subverted natural order is reflected in her painting technique, where the shadows come before the objects…

E6-Cinematic Painting

Cinematic Painting – The Cinematographic Eye of Painting (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 6 (spring 2011)

The language of the moving image has become so ingrained in our everyday lives that it has started to shape our imaginative capacities’ This article investigates how such a premise applies to the practice of painting.

Featured artists: Guillaume Bresson, Andy Denzler, Jeremy Geddes, Nicole Hayden, Tiina Heiska, Joyce Ho, Justin Mortimer, Wayne Toepp

E7-Matt Duffin

Sunny Spaces, Dark Places (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 7 (Summer 2011)

Interview with artist Matt Duffin, where we can discover from where his visual world, recognizably dark and playful, originates.

E7-Dane Lovett

 Electronic Still Lives (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 7 (Summer 2011)

Dane Lovett revises the still life genre with a contemporary twist. Lp’s covers and synthesizers join with indoor plants in his version of one of the most traditional subjects in painting history.

E8-Eric White

Windows onto windows onto… 

Elephant issue 8 (Autumn 2011)

I first came across the work of Eric White while researching painters influenced by cinema. He describes cinematic experience as being paramount in his childhood. ‘My parents took me to see Frank Zappa’s film Two Hundred Motels when I was two years old, which I am sure caused extensive damage’, he says.

E8-Hans Op de Beek

Enjoy the Silence (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 8 (Autumn 2011)

After a long live interview, an in depth article on Hans Op de Beek, the Belgian artist who comfortably shifts from sculpture to micro and macro installations, video works, painting, drawing and photography.

E8-Jasmina Metwaly

The Urgency of the Real (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 8 (Autumn 2011)

After the first time I contacted Egyptian Jasmina Metwaly for an interview in 2011, in a few weeks she had been to Cairo, then to Greece – two places that were suffering daily turmoil and that are still in a state of political and civil chaos. But regardless of the difficulties, Metwaly found ways of generously sharing with me what it means to be a video artist meeting the urgency of the real.

E8-Rune Guneriussen

Making Pictures (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 8 (Autumn 2011)

Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen creates graciously incongruous dream-like universes, where lifeless everyday objects inhabit natural and apparently unaltered-by-man landscapes. In between a science fiction and a fairy tale mood, his scenarios brim with such an evocative power that one could also easily refer them to a personal narrative that makes them lifelike.

E9-Following the thread

Following the thread – Art&Craft: an Embroidered Web (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 9 (Winter 2011)

Traditionally categorized as ’decorative art’, or labelled ‘art and crafts’, embroidery offers artist unexpected and varied possibilities: while stimulating their creative process, it can produce distinctive results.

Featured artists: Maurizio Anzeri, Ehren Elizabeth Reed, Inge Jacobsen, Hinke Shreuders, Berend Strik, Shaun Kardinal, Melissa Zexter, Lauren DiCioccio, Maria Ikonomopoulou, Stacey Page

E9-Ruggero Maramotti

A Visual Journal (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 9 (Winter 2001)

The work of Italian photographer Ruggero Maramotti is recognizable for his personal and delicate use of light. His avoidance of high saturations gives his pictures a soft quality, like the ancient ‘flavour’ a dusty patina gives silver pieces in an antique shop. Maramotti’s images linger in an atmosphere between old-fashioned and timeless.

E10-Stan Douglas

A Genealogical Case Study (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 10 (Spring 2012)

Stan Douglas‘s Midcentury Studio is a body of work of 45 black-and-white photographs of various subjects and genres, from apparently amateur shots to fashion images, from studio portraits to photojournalistic reportages of crimes with a cinematographic atmosphere. With Midcentury Studio Douglas is not just presenting an historical investigation but rather a genealogical research into the history of photography.

E10-Ximena Garrido Lecca

Postcards from a Transitional Space (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 10 (Spring 2012)

Having lived in London for many years, Peruvian Ximena Garrido-Lecca has developed an international language that allows her to reach an international audience, despite the constant and almost exclusive references to her native Peru.

E11-Carlo Van de Roer

(Mis)Trusting Photography (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 11 (Summer 2012)

Carlo Van de Roer‘s practice is a restless quest after the unseen aspects of reality. Scientific techniques and traditional photographic illusion combine to create a supernatural visual world that invites both scepticism and credulity on the part of the viewer.

E11-Gardar Eide Einarsson

Where is the bomb? (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 11 (Summer 2012)

Norwegian Gardar Eide Einarsson landed in the US the day before 9/11. Even though his art avoids direct reference to the event, the artist has been exploring the fallout from it (the bureaucracy, the paranoia, etc.) in challenging visual narratives.

E11-Video Art

The discreet charm of Video Art (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 11 (Summer 2012)

Video art can be beautiful to watch. Trying to define what it is is, however, is a Herculean task. Where to begin? With ‘video’ or with ‘art’? While questioning the aesthetics of the video format, I tried to learn a new visual logic and found myself richly entertained.

Featured artists: William Lamson, John Wood and Paul Harrison, Alexandra Hughes, Oliver Michaels, Anne Harild, Jean-Michel Rolland

E12-Clarisse dArcimoles

Clarisse d’Arcimoles (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 12 (Autumn 2012)

Born in France, London-based Clarisse d’Arcimoles has produced a couple of projects inspired by London history: The Good Old Days and Rise and Fall were her personal response the demolition of a council estate with its stories while A Forgotten Tale recreates faithfully the Victorian times.

E12-Gareth Jones

Gareth Jones (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 12 (Autumn 2012)

Gareth Jones speaks about his artistic career, spanning more than 25 years with works that incessantly question the idea of art

E12-Maureen Paley

Maureen Paley (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 12 (Autumn 2012)

With visionary spirit and just a touch of recklessness, American gallerist Maureen Paley pioneered the London East End art scene and inspired others to join her. Across more than 25 years of activity, her gallery has retained its innovative spirit, constantly introducing new artists.

E12-Nicholas McLeod

Nicholas McLeod (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 12 (Autumn 2012)

After having moved from native Norfolk to London, painter Nicholas McLeod has developed a refined technique experimenting with an exclusive and obsessive subject matter: haunted housed and derelict places.

E12-Tsherin Sherpa

Ang Tsherin Sherpa (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 12 (Autumn 2012)

Born in Nepal from a Tibetan family and now California-based, Ang Tsherin Sherpa has always experienced the condition of an outsider. Treasuring the strong discipline of traditional Tibetan thangkas, his art originally merges iconographies from the sacred Tibetan Buddhist tradition with symbols of an ultra-contemporary secularized world.

E13-Rambharos Jha

Rambharos Jha (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 13 (Winter 2012/13)

Indian Rambarhos Jha, author of the multi-awarded book Waterlife (published by Tara Books) belongs to a young generation of artists keeping alive the tradition of Mithila art, an old form of artistic expression typical of the Mithila region of Bihar.

E13-Samira Hodaei

Samira Hodaei (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 13 (Winter 2012/13)

Iranian Samira Hodaei‘s work represents her personal way of reflecting on her existence as a woman and artist in one of the most troubled countries on the planet. But rather than expressing her feelings in an explicitly political narrative, Hodaei translates her personal experiences into exquisitely artistic terms.

E14-Adel Abdessemed

Art with a hammer (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 14 (Spring 2013)

A generous conversation with artist Adel Abdessemed around his controversial works sheds a new light on what violence really means, in art and in life.

E15-Christy Lee Rogers

Wonders of the Ocean (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 15 (Summer 2013)

The sensual underwater photographs of Hawaiian Christy Lee Rogers resemble baroque painting, thanks to her skills in the use of lighting within the magic element of water resulting in scenes breath-takingly ethereal and sensually powerful all at once.

E15-Going East

Going East – Newer Horizons of Tradition (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 15 (Summer 2013)

Writing this article was like climbing on a magic carpet and travelling through the colourful and complex landscape of contemporary Middle Eastern art, where a new generation of artists is rejecting the common dichotomy between the category of ‘the modern’ and that of ‘the traditional’.

Featured artists: Simeen Farhat, Selma Gürbüz, Afruz Amighi, Ahmed Mater, Babak Kazemi, Nazgol Ansarinia, Faig Ahmed, Nja Mahadaoui, Hayv Kahraman, Ayad Alkadi, Razan Sabbagh

E16-Adriana Varejao

Culturally contagious (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 16 (Autumn 2013)

Across a career of more than 20 years, Adriana Varejão has produced an incredibly varied body of work, from paintings and drawings to installations. Her rich inventory of inspirations includes antique maps, travel chronicles from colonial times, anthropological studies and erotic literature.

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Hesam Rahmanian (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 17 (Winter 2013-2014)

Hesam Rahmanian describes himself as being like an ant building a world around him. Growing up in Iran surrounded by animals, his first dream was to become a veterinarian. When he realized that art, as a process of creation, is the closest thing to nature he opted for painting instead.

edmeX de Medici  (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 18 (Spring 2014)

When New Zealand artist eX de Medici got her first tattoo in 1988, she was surprised by the conceptual and technical potentialities of the medium, which was then reviled by the art world.

mcMonica Canilao (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 18 (Spring 2014)

Monica Canilao is a ‘sentimental hoarder’, incessantly gathering discarded materials in order to create installations that make you think of inhabited rooms, where the walls are covered in faded wallpaper and drapes and where weird handmade objects accumulate on odd pieces of furniture.

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Carol Prusa (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 19 (Summer 2014)

As a child, American Carol Prusa would lie in bed at night trying to make sense of why things were the way they were. To find the answer, she studied Chemistry at the University of Illinois but soon discovered that art was a freer way of investigating the boundless wonders of the universe.

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Antonis Donef (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 19 (Summer 2014)

Greek Antonis Donef turns his love/hate relationship with books into a creative force, working like an alchemist whose precious raw materials are aged printed pages. Donef’s dense, intricate and meticulous drawings turn them from a medium of rational knowledge into an open field for free associations and irrational drifts.

denevan

Jim Denevan – Surfing with Fibonacci (click on the icon to open this article)

Elephant issue 19 (Summer 2014)

Situated somewhere between land art and performance, Jim Denevan’s ephemeral sand drawings are immortalized in panoramic bird’s eye-view pictures that conjure forth a variety of adjectives: wondrous, awe-inspiring, majestic, peaceful, hypnotic… But ‘natural’ is the word that perhaps best sums up Denevan’s art. His drawings are etched in beaches and other natural features, and their designs are inspired by the organic geometries of the natural world. Denevan realizes them freehand without the aid of either preparatory blueprints or technological aids. In short, they belong to the nature that eventually will claim them back through the action of waves and wind.

 

On line features:

samiraFace to Face exhibition by Samira Alikhanzadeh (published for Frameweb, 12 November 2011)

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bennett– Sore Spots exhibition by Amy Bennett (published for Frameweb, 16 November 2011)

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boursier– From Here to Ear by Cèleste Boursier-Mougenot (published for Frameweb, 17 November 2011)

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roa-sydney-streetartnews-3– New mural in Sydney by Roa (published for Frameweb, 20 November 2011)

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Here Today exhibition by Pae White (published for Frameweb, 22 November 2011), click here to read

The Poverty of Riches exhibition by Andrea Büttner (published for Frameweb, 24 November 2011), click here to read

cordalCement Figurines invade HLP by Isaac Cordal (published for Frameweb, 26 November 2011)

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despontThe Fool exhibition by Louise Despont (published for Frameweb, 27 November 2011)

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The graphic work by Costantino Nivola (published for Frameweb, 29 November 2011), click here to read

Ideal Home exhibition (published for Frameweb, 1 December 2011), click here to read

I woz ere exhibition by Geroge Shaw (published for Frameweb, 2 December 2011), click here to read

brokenBroken Butterflies by Anne Ten Donkelaar (published for Frameweb, 3 December 2011)

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Salt 4: Xaviera Simmons exhibition (published for Frameweb, 6 December 2011), click here to read

Rita Magalhães solo show (published for Frameweb, 8 December 2011), click here to read, click here to read

buthanBalloons of Buthan project by Jonathan Harris (published for Frameweb, 9 December 2011)

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Amnesty International Campaign: Making the Invisible Visible by Mentalgassi with Lisa Jeliffe and Kirsten Rutherford (published for Frameweb, 10 December 2011), click here to read

Polonia and… exhibition by Allan Sekula (published for Frameweb, 14 December 2011), click here to read

Republic of the Moon exhibition by FACT and The Art Catalyst (published for Frameweb, 17 December 2011), click here to read

nunsenseNew ongoing series by Memymom (published for Frameweb, 18 December 2011)

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A Journey Between Two Fixed Points by Oliver Michaels (published for Frameweb, 19 December 2011), click here to read

JOH solo show by Jorge Humberto (published for Frameweb, 21 December 2011), click here to read

denevanLake Baikal land art by Jim Denevan (published for Frameweb, 22 December 2011)

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sargsyanPrisoners of Conscience by Karen Sargsyan (published for Frameweb, 6 January 2012)

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Constance ‘Connie’ Rice portrait by El Mac (published for Frameweb, 9 January 2012), click here to read

jrFrom the Ted Prize to Encrages exhibition: JR‘d magical 2011 (published for Frameweb, 11 January 2012)

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Plastic Life Book by Vincent Bousserez (published for Frameweb, 12 January 2012), click here to read

Song Video Installation by Ragnar Kjartansson (published for Frameweb, 17 January 2012), click here to read

mark-mawson-aqueous-fluoreauAquaeaus Fluoreau by Mark Mawson (published for Frameweb, 18 January 2012)

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Bless this Mess, Scott Campbell exhibition (published for Frameweb, 22 January 2012), click here to read

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Memory Loss Project by Mustafah Abdulaziz (published for Frameweb, 22 January 2012)

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fragileFragile Installation by Roadsworth and Brian Armostrong (published for Frameweb, 22 January 2012), click here to read

Janis Avotins exhibition (published for Frameweb, 22 January 2012), click here to read

Elsewhen exhibition by Ala Ebtekar (published for Frameweb, 27 January 2012), click here to read

manzelliIl Profeta by Margherita Manzelli (published for Frameweb, 29 January 2012)

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miebachSculptural Musical Scores by Nathalie Miebach (published for Frameweb, 1 February 2012) click here to read

 

shiotaInfinity Installation by Chiharu Shiota (published for Frameweb, 2 February 2012),

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Sculptures Cinetiques by Laurent Debraux (published for Frameweb, 4 February 2012), click here to read

Weird Party at the Other Side of the Hedge by Megan Berk (published for Frameweb, 6 February 2012), click here to read

NO Global Tour by Santiago Sierra (published for Frameweb, 8 February 2012), click here to read

Still Installation by Jem Finer (published for Frameweb, 10 February 2012), click here to read

83439Urban Narratives Exhibition by Matthew Picton (published for Frameweb, 14 February 2012)

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Beauty is Embarrassing by Neil Berkeley (published for Frameweb, 16 February 2012), click here to read

boaLuz Nas Vielas by BOA MISTURA (published for Frameweb, 19 February 2012)

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wordsSimply Words Exhibition at AB Gallery (published for Frameweb, 23 February 2012)

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 – Digital Dark Fairy Tales by Stefano Bonazzi (published for Frameweb, 24 February 2012)

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The Big Win: A modern morality tale by Barnaby Barford (published for Frameweb, 26 February 2012), click here to read

Flesch and Blood by Heater Nevay (published for Frameweb, 27 February 2012), click here to read

mccavEmbroidered Installation by Amanda McCavour (published for Frameweb, 29 February 2012)

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adey– ‘Punch and Pin’ art by David Adey (published for Frameweb, 2 March 2012)

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Langue Matérielle exhibition by Jimmy Robert (published for Frameweb, 4 March 2012), click here to read

dextrasIceShifts series by Nicole Dextras (published for Frameweb, 6 March 2012)

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Still and Forever exhibition by Ori Gersht (published for Frameweb, 8 March 2012), click here to read

Paper sculptures by Mandy Smith (published for Frameweb, 9 March 2012), click here to read

muscoOvum by Angelo Musco (published for Frameweb, 10 March 2012)

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muller– Incredible 3D Street Art by Edgar Mueller (published for Frameweb, 15 March 2012)

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mulhollandVestige Installation by Rob Mulholland (published for Frameweb, 16 March 2012)

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charlandArt, Science and Photography by Caleb Charland (published for Frameweb, 17 March 2012)

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giaiPour les Nuages…by Marc Giai-Miniet (published for Frameweb, 19 March 2012)

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korzerBook Sculptures by Alexander Korzer-Robinson (published for Frameweb, 20 March 2012)

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paredesLandscape Series by Cecilia Paredes (published for Frameweb, 22 March 2012)

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Miss You exhibition by Os Gêmeos (published for Frameweb, 24 March 2012), click here to read

Optical Disorder by Sébastien Preschoux (published for Frameweb, 28 March 2012), click here to read

jonesControl Test exhibition by Reece Jones (published for Frameweb, 29 March 2012)

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Listening to Architecture by Ryo Suzuki (published for Frameweb, 30 March 2012), click here to read

harveyGlass Painting by Marcus Harvey (published for Frameweb, 1 April 2012)

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On the Way to the Ocean exhibition by Boo Ritson (published for Frameweb, 2 April 2012), click here to read

velliquetteOne From Many From One by Michael Velliquette (published for Frameweb, 4 April 2012)

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fredWords and Dreams by Fred Eerdekens (published for Frameweb, 5 April 2012)

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montIndoor Desert by Álvaro Sánchez-Montañes (published for Frameweb, 10 April 2012)

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Rapture Ready by Facundo Argañaraz (published for Frameweb, 13 April 2012), click here to read

erwanParallèle exhibition by Erwan Soyer (published for Frameweb, 15 April 2012)

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Organic Intuitions exhibition at The Pool NYC (published for Frameweb, 16 April 2012), click here to read

alexandrosIt Felt like a Kiss by Alexandros Vasmoulakis (published for Frameweb, 18 April 2012)

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‘Runaway’ and ‘Remains’ by Christopher Russell (published for Frameweb, 20 April 2012), click here to read

Schizophrenia exhibition by Halim Al Karim (published for Frameweb, 21 April 2012), click here to read

Voices of the Other Half exhibition by Omid Foundation (published for Frameweb, 24 April 2012), click here to read

hamzehReality or Truth by Mohammad Hamzeh (published for Frameweb, 27 April 2012)

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Distant Light Installation by Sung Jun Yoo (published for Frameweb, 28 April 2012), click here to read

Fountains of Ardour exhibition by Mark Borthwick (published for Frameweb, 1 May 2012), click here to read

Superpower: Africa in Science Fiction at Arnolfini (published for Frameweb, 3 May 2012), click here to read

And That’s The Way It Is by Ben Rubin (published for Frameweb, 5 May 2012), click here to read

Undulating Kinetic Sculpture by Reuben Margolin (published for Frameweb, 7 May 2012), click here to read

konradsCornelia Konrads Installation (published for Frameweb, 10 May 2012)

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Marking Time exhibition (published for Frameweb, 12 May 2012), click here to read

Seat Assignment by Nina Katchadourian (published for Frameweb, 15 May 2012), click here to read

dandelionProject Dandelion  (published for Frameweb, 17 May 2012)

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burenExcentrique(s) Installation by Daniel Buren (published for Frameweb, 17 May 2012)

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djubergThe Parade by Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg (published for Frameweb, 21 May 2012)

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phlegm– Street Art by Phlegm (published for Frameweb, 24 May 2012)

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Fluid State by Alyson Shotz (published for Frameweb, 25 May 2012), click here to read

YOHOHO exhibition by Valerie Belin (published for Frameweb, 27 May 2012), click here to read

Leap Second by Kon Trobkovich (published for Frameweb, 28 May 2012), click here to read

burtOil by Edward Burtynsky (published for Frameweb, 30 May 2012)

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Anish Kapoor solo show  (published for Frameweb, 1 June 2012), click here to read

Rigo 23: Autonomous Intergalactic Space (published for Frameweb, 3 June 2012), click here to read

sidney– Sydney Vivid Lights Festival (published for Frameweb, 7 June 2012)

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Legion by Kelly Richardson (published for Frameweb, 8 June 2012), click here to read

The End of The Future exhibition (published for Frameweb, 14 June 2012), click here to read

orderIn Order To Control by NOTA BENE Visual (published for Frameweb, 15 June 2012)

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baobab-102502_slideUnder the Baobab Tree by Pirate Technics (published for Frameweb, 16 June 2012)

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INTIINTI street art (published for Frameweb, 20 June 2012)

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bouletSandrine Estrade Boulet Interventions (published for Frameweb, 21 June 2012)

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vhilsEntropie by Vhils (published for Frameweb, 26 June 2012)

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paperlessPaperless exhibition (published for Frameweb, 4 July 2012)

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crochCrocheted playground by Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam  (published for Frameweb, 6 July 2012)

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farmerLeaves of Grass by Geoffrey Farmer (published for Frameweb, 13 July 2012)

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It is what it is. Or is it? exhibition at CAM Houston (published for Frameweb, 18 July 2012), click here to read

yunwoo

Magazine Sculptures by Yun-Woo Choi (published for Frameweb, 28 July 2012)

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Gymnast in motion! short by Steve Harries (published for Frameweb, 2 August 2012), click here to read

amaze

aMAZEme Installation by Marcos Saboya and Gualter Pupo (published for Frameweb, 10 August 2012)

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neto

 Ernesto Neto‘s Tongue. Works 1987-2011 exhibition (published for Frameweb, 13 August 2012)

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yamamoto – Return to the Sea Saltwork by Motoi Yamamoto (published for Frameweb, 24 August 2012)

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floraFlora Metamorphicae (published for Frameweb, 29 August 2012)

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rgbRGB – The Jungle Exhibit by Carnovsky (published for Frameweb, 31 August 2012)

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