Texte Zur Kunst i — September 2014, #95

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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Issue No. 95 / September 2014 “Art vs. Image” Table of contents

6 Preface 40 Gertrud Koch False Reconciliation / For a conceptual and practical differentiation of art and image 52 Peter Osborne “Art” versus “image”? 56 Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat Studies Oblivious to Power / A statement by Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat on “Bildwissenschaft” (Image Studies) 62 on image questions / Harun Farocki responds to Texte zur Kunst 68 Digital Reflex / Avery Singer and Ed Atkins respond to Texte zur Kunst 78 Philipp Ekardt In Defense of Styling 96 David Joselit Against Representation 104 REFUSING PRESTIGE / A conversation between Georges Didi-Huberman, Ludger Schwarte and Philipp Ekardt 124 Peter Geimer Image and Art / Notes on a relationship 140 Charlotte Klonk BEYOND BLACK AND WHITE / Reception-aesthetic reflections on the distinction between image and art 156 Inge Hinterwaldner deep layers of design Bildstrecke 170 Marlie Mul Poppin' Pollock Rotation 177 The Greatest Artist of the Nineteenth Century / George Baker on T. J. Clark’s “Picasso and Truth” Liebe Arbeit Kino 188 Design for living / Esther Buss über „Exhibition“ von Joanna Hogg KLANG KÖRPER 192 Profaning the Unprofanable / Tavia Nyong'o on “Why Do The Heathen Rage?” by The Soft Pink Truth Short Waves 196 Chris Reitz on “No Problem: Cologne / New York 1984–1989” at David Zwirner, New York / Eva Wilson über Thomas Struth bei Max Hetzler, Berlin / Megan Francis Sullivan on “Other Primary Structures” at the Jewish Museum, New York / Jenny Jaskey on Jutta Koether at Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York / Gürsoy Dogtas über Anne Imhof bei Deborah Schamoni, München / Johanna Burton on Anicka Yi at 47 Canal, New York / Fiona McGovern über Heike-Karin Föll bei Mathew, Berlin / Kerstin Schankweiler über Georges Adéagbo bei Wien Lukatsch, Berlin Reviews 223 Heilige Scheiße. Mit Barney im Midlife-Chrysler / Julia Voss über Matthew Barney im Haus der Kunst, München 227 MUD Club / Jakob Schillinger on Sam Pulitzer at Artists Space, New York 232 Zwischen Wolke und Palmzweig / Sebastian Egenhofer über Marcel Broodthaers im Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel 238 Playing the Werkcharakter / Kerstin Stakemeier über Richard Hamilton in der Tate ­Modern, London 243 BODY AND SOUL REDUX / Daniel Horn on Paul Chan at the Schaulager Basel 247 United States of Biennials / Jens Hoffmann on the Whitney Biennial, Carnegie International, and “Made in L.A.” 252 Biography as Alibi / Petra Lange-Berndt on Sigmar Polke at the Museum of Modern Art, New York 257 A Farewell to Arts / Monica Amor on Lygia Clark at the Museum of Modern Art, New York 261 Exit the Political / Edward Dimendberg on the 14th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice 266 Natur-Gewalt / Mechtild Widrich über Jonas Dahlbergs Entwurf für das Utøya-Mahnmal in Norwegen Nachrufe / Obituaries Harun Farocki (1944–2014) by Diedrich Diederichsen 274 Sturtevant (1930–2014) by Hanna Magauer 279 Organisatorin des Ungewissen by Manuela Ammer

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