Video art

Peter Campus: When America fails to recognise one of its own geniuses

Peter Campus Peter Campus Peter Campus Peter Campus Peter Campus Peter Campus Peter Campus Peter Campus Peter Campus     In art, even contemporary art, chronology matters. In other words, who did what before whom. To give you an example, in 1915 the entire world from Russia to Germany, passing through Montevideo, was doing cubism. […]

Hadjithomas and Joreige: on being Lebanese and artists today 

What does it mean to be a political artist in this day and age? I can already see readers deliberating whether to close their screens… But don’t go anywhere, this won’t be boring. The most high profile political artist working today is Ai Weiwei. He posts, tweets, and ‘grams his experiences and even photos from newspaper […]

Yang Fudong: the Chinese masterpiece of the 2000s at Fondation Louis Vuitton

    Once upon a time, a country the size of a continent was slowly throwing off the shackles of authoritarianism. Citizens were beginning to travel abroad, accumulate possessions, launch new enterprises, and come into contact with cultures other than those bright red Communist nations of the little book. As this new China began its […]

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