Acting Styles: Anja Kirschner and David Panos's Recent Works
By Melanie Gilligan
In the week before I saw UK-based artists Anja Kirschner and David Panos's exhibition living truthfully under imaginary circumstances at London's Hollybush Gardens gallery, I had been watc...
Date: December 20, 2011
Tags: acting, Anja, Brecht, David, drama, film, Kirschner, Meisner, narrative, Panos
By Gintaras Didžiapetris
I start my day with a cup of coffee. Currently, some traditional ways of brewing coffee are disappearing in Vilnius. This includes Turkish coffee, which commonly takes the shape of a more humble br...
Date: September 20, 2011
Tags: coffee, milk, Naples, routine, space, sugar, time, Vilnius
Canons and City Life
By Srimoyee Mitra
In December 2010, I visited Anish Kapoor’s first major exhibition in India.
Date: June 03, 2011
Tags: Anish, India, Kapoor, Mehboob, Mumbai, sculpture, Studio, violence
The Sinking of the Titanic
By Dave Dyment
Next April, it will have been one hundred years since the RMS Titanic sank and, famously, the band went down with the ship.
Date: April 13, 2011
Tags: art, Brian, Bryars, conceptual, Eno, Gavin, Graham, Rodney, Sinking, sound, Titanic
By Oliver Husain
Recently, I got excited all over again by the work of Marcel Broodthaers thanks to Rachel Haidu's book on the artist, titled The Absence of Work (MIT Press, 2010).
Date: March 09, 2011
Tags: Broodthaers, Dufferin, Egyptian, Haidu, Husain, Mall, Marcel, Museum, Oliver, Rachel