Texte Zur Kunst i — March 2013, #89

Texte Zur Kunst

TEXTE ZUR KUNST stands for controversial discussions and contributions by internationally leading writers on contemporary art and culture. Alongside ground-breaking essays, the quarterly magazine – which was founded in Cologne in 1990 by Stefan Germer (†) and Isabelle Graw and has been published, since 2000, in Berlin – offers interviews,roundtable discussions, and comprehensive reviews on art, film, music,the market, fashion, art history, theory, and cultural politics. Since 2006, the journal's entire main section has been published in both German and English. Additionally, each issue features exclusive editions by internationally renowned artists, who generously support the magazine by producing a unique series.

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6 Preface 34 Victoria Camblin Soft and Hard / Mike Kelley's Tactile Return 46 Samuel Draxler Working It / Kelley's Crafts 58 Leigh Ledare A Hole, but a Flattened Down Hole 74 Adam Putnam Editorial Complex (A Reconstruction) 80 Matt Keegan Playing House 90 Hannah Kahng Behind the Scenes / Narrative and Filmic Convention in Mike Kelley's Early Videos 102 Annie Ochmanek Here Comes the Zoo / Mike Kelley and His Audience 110 Piper Marshall Investment Returns / Mike Kelley's "Pay for Your Pleasure" 122 Nicolás Guagnini Italics Mine / Deformation, Modification, Exaggeration 138 Sam Lewitt Stare Naked 144 More Than Could Ever Be Suppressed / A conversation about Mike Kelley between Philipp Kaiser, Jutta Koether, and Martin Prinzhorn, moderated by Oona Lochner Bildstrecke 164 Jim Shaw Rotation 172 Cute Overload / Gregor Quack über „Our Aesthetic Categories. Zany, Cute, Interesting“ von Sianne Ngai Liebe Arbeit Kino 178 Unter dem Pflaster liegt der Strand / Esther Buss über Olivier Assayas' „Après Mai“ 183 Moving in Circles / Sven Lütticken on Oskar Fischinger at EYE Film Museum, Amsterdam KLANG KÖRPER 188 Farbklang / Christoph Gurk über „Art and Music - Search for New Synesthesia“ im Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokio Short Waves 192 Claire Fontaine on Michael Krebber at the CAPC musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux / Ann-Kathrin Strecker über Anri Sala und Edi Rama in der Galerie Rüdinger Schöttle, München / Mathieu Malouf on Trisha Baga at Greene Naftali, New York / Jenny Nachtigall über Jenni Tischer in der Galerie Krobath, Berlin / Barbara Paul über „Rosa Arbeit auf goldener Straße“ in den Ausstellungsräumen XHIBIT der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien Besprechungen 208 Bonfire of the Vanities Rachel Haidu on Rosemarie Trockel at the New Museum, New York 213 American Idol Daniel Horn on Mike Kelley at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 218 Schillerndes Schwarz Catharina Kahane über Kerry James Marshall in der Wiener Secession 224 Hunger, Fussball, AIDS Johannes Paul Raether über das Projekt „Prêt-à-partager“ des Instituts für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa), Berlin / Stuttgart 229 Surface Studies Maggie Taft on R.H. Quaytman at The Renaissance Society, Chicago 233 Szenische Kollaborationen Sabeth Buchmann und Rike Frank über „Sharon Lockhart/Noa Eshkol“ im Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Wien 238 Louder Than a Dull Hum John Beeson on Nina Canell and Rolf Julius at the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin 242 Mystisch Banal Stefanie Kleefeld über Anselm Reyle in den Diechtorhallen Hamburg Nachruf 246 Ellen Gronemeyer Helena Huneke - It's Gonna Be Lonely

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