Sex Out of This World: Science Fiction, Fantasy and the Erotic at Project Native Informant
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by Benjamin Verheijden
4h ago
Reality is difficult, and for some, vastly more so than others. As a consequence, alternative modes of existence– and survival– are constantly being developed, less as sites of escapism and The post Sex Out of This World: Science Fiction, Fantasy and the Erotic at Project Native Informant appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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Trophy Lives: Philippa Snow and Ruby Dickson Make an Art of Celebrity Culture
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by Benjamin Verheijden
16h ago
Given the current state of the world, it might seem crude to write or make art about the phenomenon of celebrity. In many ways, it is, but so is our The post Trophy Lives: Philippa Snow and Ruby Dickson Make an Art of Celebrity Culture appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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Tracing History’s Footsteps: Tammy Nguyen’s A Comedy for Mortals: Purgatorio at Lehmann Maupin, Cromwell Place
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by Benjamin Verheijden
16h ago
“How do you engage someone in the process of reading history and poetry at the same time? Can you bridge policy and poetry?” Tammy Nguyen questions. We are speaking before The post Tracing History’s Footsteps: Tammy Nguyen’s A Comedy for Mortals: Purgatorio at Lehmann Maupin, Cromwell Place appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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What to See at the 60th Venice Biennale – the Elephant Roundup
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by Tschabalala
1d ago
Already dubbed by some as the most diverse International Art Exhibition yet, “Foreigners Everywhere” counts many newcomers among its pavilions. Here’s what you can’t miss As the first openly queer The post What to See at the 60th Venice Biennale – the Elephant Roundup appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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Venice Recommendations for When You Need a Break From It All
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by Tschabalala
1d ago
Venice is hard and frenzied. I’ve worked a few, I’ve visited a few, and in both of these scenarios, I have encountered a desperate need to disappear every now and The post Venice Recommendations for When You Need a Break From It All appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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No Doormat: The Anatomical Venus Made From Carpet Yarn
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by Benjamin Verheijden
2d ago
Holes (2024) is the title of Anna Perach’s first solo show at Gasworks, London. A key exhibit is the tufted woollen body of a naked woman lying on a pink The post No Doormat: The Anatomical Venus Made From Carpet Yarn appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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Marie Watt on the Art of Storytelling and Collaboration
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by Benjamin Verheijden
4d ago
The artist Marie Watt (b. 1967, Seattle, Washington) creates works honouring Native American culture and storytelling traditions. While she has become best known for her textile-based works, Watt has maintained The post Marie Watt on the Art of Storytelling and Collaboration appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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Wilmer Wilson IV Locates Staples and Wood As Sites of Being and Communication
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by Benjamin Verheijden
1w ago
We don’t often give too much thought to quotidian objects like paper bags or postage stamps. They have their uses that make our lives easier, but that’s more or less The post Wilmer Wilson IV Locates Staples and Wood As Sites of Being and Communication appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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Nehemiah Cisneros is LA’s Next Generational Painter
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by Benjamin Verheijden
1w ago
Nehemiah Cisneros conjures Californian epics. The burgeoning Los Angeles painter’s works are markedly Angeleno: fantastically dense, dramatic, Southern California dreamscapes. But they are also clearly the workings of a singular The post Nehemiah Cisneros is LA’s Next Generational Painter appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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How the Light Gets In
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by Tschabalala
1w ago
Off a residential street in Hollywood, Terence Koh is tending to a garden. What lies beyond the dirt-encrusted door of Make Room is worth a visit. Words by Meka Boyle The post How the Light Gets In appeared first on ELEPHANT ..read more
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