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Artforum n° 57-9 – Mai 2019
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COLUMNS

PASSAGES
Sabine Breitwieser, Branden W. Joseph, and Judith Bernstein on Carolee Schneemann

BOOKS
Michael Ned Holte on Norman M. Klein's Tales of the Floating Class

PERFORMANCE
Catherine Damman on Jackie Sibblies Drury's Marys Seacole

FILM
James Quandt on Olivier Assayas's Non-Fiction Melissa Anderson on Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt's Diamantino

SLANT
Ivana Bago on Sanja Ivekovic´'s Whether We Were Brave

TOP TEN
Ottessa Moshfegh

PREVIEWS

SUMMER 2019 EXHIBITIONS
40 shows worldwide
Johanna Fateman on the Whitney Biennial 2019
Ralph Rugoff talks with Daniel Birnbaum about the 58th Venice Biennale

FEATURES

ART'S UPRISINGS: ACTIVISM NOW

SIT AT THE FEET OF ACTION

RISE TO THE OCCASION: THE ART OF POLITICAL TIMING
Claire Bishop

NOTES ON POLITICAL TIMING SPECIFICITY
Tania Bruguera

CASE STUDY: NAN GOLDIN AND THE SACKLERS
Christopher Glazek

DISSIDENT BODIES
Julia Bryan-Wilson in conversation with Miguel A. López

CASE STUDY: THE 2014 BIENNALE OF SYDNEY
Juliana Engberg

OPENINGS: IMANI JACQUELINE BROWN
Yxta Maya Murray

CASE STUDY: BOYLE HEIGHTS
Catherine G. Wagley

BE AT THE HAND OF MIGHT

DUE PROCESSES: LAW BY ART
Joan Kee

GROUP MATERIAL: THE ART OF SUZANNE LACY
Catherine Taft

ABOUT TIME

Huey Copeland in conversation with Meg Onli

WAKING LIFE: THE ART OF CAULEEN SMITH
Siddhartha Mitter

BE SO BIG THAT SKY WILL LEARN SKY

1000 WORDS: TIONA NEKKIA McCLODDEN
David Velasco

PAGE TURNERS: HERESIES
Sara Marcus

THE ENDANGERED UNRULY: THE ART OF MARY BETH EDELSON
Dodie Bellamy

REVIEWS

Lane Relyea on Gretchen Bender
Meera Menezes on Arpita Singh
Kashif Sharma-Patel on Grace Wales Bonner
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