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III Artishok Biennale. How to Write about Contemporary Art? eBook By Liisa Kaljula
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Artishok Biennale is an experimental exhibition format for 10 artists, 10 critics, and 10 exhibition days with a new show presenting one art project and ten reviews opening each morning. The... More > catalogue rewinds working process of III Artishok Biennale, allowing to observe how solid final outcomes turn to sketchy initial designs. Though lion`s share is taken by one hundred reviews that, side by side, make us ponder upon how to write about contemporary art? How to describe that which defies existing language? The forewords are written by Liisa Kaljula and Tarmo Jüristo, whereas Alix Rule and David Levine ask in their notorious critique whether the International Art English that accompanies contemporary art worldwide, has come to serve anything but exclusive ends? And in the end, as we live in an era of biennales, Maarin Mürk calls for organising art criticism biennales all around the world. The catalogue is designed by Tuuli Aule and Jaan Evart. All the texts are in Estonian and English. www.artishokbiennale.org< Less
III Artishok Biennale. How to Write about Contemporary Art? By Liisa Kaljula
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Artishok Biennale is an experimental exhibition format for 10 artists, 10 critics, and 10 exhibition days with a new show presenting one art project and ten reviews opening each morning. The... More > catalogue rewinds working process of III Artishok Biennale, allowing to observe how solid final outcomes turn to sketchy initial designs. Though lion`s share is taken by one hundred reviews that, side by side, make us ponder upon how to write about contemporary art? How to describe that which defies existing language? The forewords are written by Liisa Kaljula and Tarmo Jüristo, whereas Alix Rule and David Levine ask in their notorious critique whether the International Art English that accompanies contemporary art worldwide, has come to serve anything but exclusive ends? And in the end, as we live in an era of biennales, Maarin Mürk calls for organising art criticism biennales all around the world. The catalogue is designed by Tuuli Aule and Jaan Evart. All the texts are in Estonian and English. www.artishokbiennale.org< Less