Kaleidoscope i — Spring 2011, #10


Founded in 2009 in Milan, KALEIDOSCOPE is the international art media company defined by its curatorial and interdisciplinary attitude towards the New. A combination of ambitious content and iconic design makes it a meeting point for contemporary art and creative communities around the world.

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KALEIDOSCOPE is an international quarterly of contemporary art and culture. Distributed worldwide on a seasonal basis, it offers a timely guide to the present (but also to the past and possible futures) with an interdisciplinary and unconventional approach.

In this issue:

Michael E. Smith – by Chris Sharp; Jean-Léon Gérôme – by Marie de Brugerolle; Kathryn Andrews – interview by Michael Ned Holte; Criticism as Fiction? – by Vincenzo Latronico; John Divola – by Chris Wiley.

MAIN THEME: Art Faces the Economy Superflex – by Marina Vishmidt; Destroy the Museum – Charles Esche and Maria Lind in conversation; Current Account – by Nav Haq; How to Depict Finance – interview by Binna Choi.

MONO: Haegue Yang The Whiteness of Meaning – by Bart van der Heide; New Skin for the Old Ceremony – by Joanna Fiduccia; Cittadella Under Water – special project by Haegue Yang; Material Agony – interview by Yasmil Raymond.

COLUMNS PIONEERS: Absalon – by Simone Menegoi; FUTURA: Raumlabor – interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist; MAPPING THE STUDIO: Heimo Zobernig – by Luca Cerizza; VIA À VIS: Leigh Ledare and Hilary Lloyd – interview by Elena Filipovic; CRITICAL SPACE: Chantal Mouffe – interview by Markus Miessen; LAST QUESTION: What Stuff Are Dreams Made on? – answer by Alessandro Pessoli.

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