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Artforum #55-9 – May 2017
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  Artforum Mai 2017
published in May 2017
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26,5 x 26,5 cm (softcover)
304 pages (ill.)
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Summer preview of 45 shows worldwide; Irene V. Small explores Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla's latest project, which places a Dan Flavin light sculpture deep in a cave in Puerto Rico; Christine Macel talks with Michelle Kuo about the 57th edition of the Venice Biennale; Art Under Nationalism: Dispatch from Warsaw; Johanna Fateman and Tobi Haslett on the 2017 Whitney Biennial and the violence of cultural representation; Ara Osterweil on Warhol and Fassbinder; Lantian Xie; the fall-winter 2017 fashion collections, and much more.
COLUMNS

NEWS
Christine Macel talks with Michelle Kuo on the 57th Venice Biennale

SLANT
Eric C. H. de Bruyn on Marcel Broodthaers

Robert Slifkin on Frank Heath

BOOKS
Nico Baumbach on Jean Louis Schefer's Ordinary Man of Cinema

Mia You on Lisa Robertson's 3 Summers

FILM
J. Hoberman on Paz Encina

FASHION
David Lieske on the fall collections

TOP TEN
Ivana Bašić

PREVIEWS

SUMMER EXHIBITIONS
45 shows worldwide

FOCUS PREVIEW
Daniel Birnbaum on the Venice Biennale, Documenta 14, and Skulptur Projekte Münster

FEATURES

DISPATCH: ART IN WARSAW
Joanna Mytkowska
Piotr Łakomy
Natalia Sielewicz
Agnieszka Kurant
Artur Żmijewski
Monika Sosnowska
Anna Kats
Piotr Uklański

CLOSE UP: ON AND OFF ART
Irene V. Small on Allora & Calzadilla's Puerto Rican Light (Cueva Vientos), 2015

THE 2017 WHITNEY BIENNIAL: TWO VIEWS
Johanna Fateman
Tobi Haslett

SONS, MOTHERS, AND LOVERS:
Ara Osterweil on ANDY WARHOL'S AND RAINER WERNER FASSBINDER'S QUEER HOME MOVIES

OPENINGS: LANTIAN XIE
Melissa Gronlund

REVIEWS

Chika Okeke-Agulu on Cercle d'Art des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise

Claire Bishop on Cercle d'Art des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise

Michael Ned Holte on Jimmie Durham

Julia Bryan-Wilson on Merce Cunningham

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