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Even n° 05

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ESSAYS

DASH, FRAGMENT, BRACKET
Like photography, digital technology has not killed painting—but it has forced painters to rewrite their rule-book. How your iPhone lets artists see space anew by Andrianna Campbell

BAD EDUCATION
South Africa's student protesters have trained their eyes on art and monuments on university campuses. When is tearing down a statue progress, and when is it just iconoclasm? by M. Neelika Jayawardane

THE VESSEL
The Palestinian Museum has opened at last, after two decades of wrangling. It has no art inside—but that's no hindrance by Anna Altman

INTERVIEWS

JENNY HOLZER
August 8, 2016, 2:00 p.m., at the artist's kitchen table in upstate New York

ASLI
July 18, 2016, 1:00 p.m., beneath a volcano in the Tyrrhenian Sea

REVIEWS

I. The world's most beautiful city has had some hasty plastic surgery. Brazilian artists look out from the highrises and favelas, and a Rio beyond the postcard view by Silas Martí

II. Public rights and personal freedoms: what the 1960s secured, this decade watches dissolve. In New York, photographs from a broiling era hold up a mirror to American anxiety by Erin Sheehy

III. “We can do it,” Angela Merkel says. But welcoming a million refugees is not only a humanitarian effort. At the museum, architect's studio, and opera, Germany wrestles with its own definition by A.J. Goldmann

IV. The invention of cinema coincided with a vogue for things paranormal. On the hunger for ghosts, fairies, and spirits lurking at the heart of modernity by Max Nelson

PORTFOLIO

The art of ROMAN STETINA: history with headphones on.


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