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Issue 4, Friday, 17 October 2014  | Download this issue

Soft fabrics have solid appeal

News analysis Textiles have become a must-have medium for museums—and collectors are slowly catching on

News and analysis

Anything London can do, Paris can do better?

News French capital mounts a charm offensive in the battle to win collectors’ hearts and minds

Loud and proud in the West Indies

News UK artist Simon Fujiwara will show a giant Frankenstein-like sculpture of a male nude at the Jamaica Biennial

Gagosian lands Walter De Maria’s estate

News The gallery plans to establish a foundation dedicated to the late artist and stage a show of his work

Also in this issue

Gehry in talks to upgrade Geffen Contemporary

News LA MOCA's director says improvements are among his "priorities"

 

Let the video roller coaster ride begin

Interview Ryan Trecartin’s films, created with Lizzie Fitch, trace the impact of technology on modern life

Japanese art finally finds favour in London

News analysis Contemporary Japanese artists have struggled to find recognition in London, but that could be changing

King of the concrete jungle

Interview US-born critic turned curator Ralph Rugoff feels at home on the South Bank

Double trouble in New York

Books Two new books examine the city’s activist art culture

On a journey with Emily the intrepid

Feature Damien Hirst has lent objects to an exhibition of the Canadian artist Emily Carr

Diary

Go fig-ure

Mature art-worlders may have fond memories of “Fig-1”, the ever-changing Soho project organised by Mark Francis (now a director at Gagosian Gallery) and supported by White Cube’s Jay Jopling, which, in 2000, featured 50 multidisciplinary exhibitions...

 
Exhibitions

Italian Futurism 1909-44: Reconstructing the Universe

The first comprehensive overview of Italian Futurism in the US opens at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum this month. “We’ve been wanting to do this show longer than I’ve worked here, and I’ve worked here for 20 years,” says Vivien Greene, the...
Gauguin: Metamorphoses 2014 Whitney Biennial Lygia Clark: the Abandonment of Art, 1948-88 When the Stars Begin to Fall: Imagination and the American South Oscar Murillo Glenn Brown Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958-2010
Video

Tour the Amphipolis tomb

The media frenzy around the discovery of a massive and richly decorated tomb in Amphipolis, near Serres shows now signs of slowing down, especially since a skeleton was found at the site last week that is believe to be on of Alexander the Great’s generals. To appease the insatiable archaeology fans, this weekend, Skai TV and the newspaper Kathimerini released a 3D animated tour of the tomb, showing the treasures archaeologists have uncovered so far: two sphinxes, two caryatids and an intricate floor mosaic.

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