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artUS 2011-2012

The Collector’s Edition

artUS Magazine collects international art criticism and is celebrated for its critical vigor and uncompromised perspective. Presenting new art reviews, essays, and features covering global contemporary art scenes and cultures, the magazine has gained a loyal following among scholars of international contemporary art and culture for its established yet alternative approach to the American and international art scene and its productions. As a critical and academic alternative to the more commercially driven, popular arts magazines, artUS is one of the world’s leading academic resources for vibrant and uncensored critical discussion. This collector’s edition gathers the print versions of artUS Magazine’s issues 31 through 33.

312 pages | 200 color plates | 8 1/2 x 11

Art: Art--General Studies

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Table of Contents


      Paul Foss


Section 1 –

Mike Kelley – Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills CA

      Tom Allen – Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles

      Katy Crowe – Los Angeles Harbor College Gallery, Wilmington

      Misericordia – PRISM, Los Angeles

Roberto Cuoghi – Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

      Liza Ryan – William Griffin Gallery, Santa Monica CA

      Das Institut – Kölnischer Kunstverein, Germany

      Gerard Byrne – The Renaissance Society, Chicago

      Subodh Gupta – Hauser & Wirth Outdoor Sculpture, London

      Robert Mapplethorpe – Alison Jacques Gallery, London

      Philippe Parreno – Serpentine Gallery, London

Ed Ruscha – Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, TX

Charlotte Posenenske – John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK

      Rivane Neuenschwander – Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis

      Elizabeth Peyton – Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis

      Mark Bradford – ICA, Boston

      Simon Dybbroe Møller – University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor

      Sue De Beer – Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York

      K8 Hardy – Reena Spauldings Fine Art, New York

Nancy Holt – Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University NY

      Mary Hrbacek – CREON Gallery, New York

      Malevich and the American Legacy – Gagosian Gallery, New York

      Mark Morrisroe – Artists Space, New York

      Rob Pruitt – Union Square, New York

      All Insignificant Things Must Disappear – Trinity Museum, New York

      Roxana Pérez-Méndez – Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Pittsburg

      Thomas Glassford – Sicardi Gallery, Houston

Section 2 –

Stephen Prina – Secession, Vienna

Cyprien Gaillard – KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin

Andrea Zittel – Regen Projects, Los Angeles

      Florian Slotawa – Sies + Höke Galerie, D?sseldorf

      Xu Bing – British Museum, London

      Ancestors of Congo Square – New Orleans Museum of Art, LA

      Gabriel Orozco – Tate Modern, London

Mark Rothko – Whitechapel Gallery, London

      Ai Weiwei – Central Park, New York

      Xavier Cha – Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

David Altmejd – Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York

      EXPRESS+LOCAL – Queens College Art Center, New York

      Per Kirkeby – Michael Werner, New York

Boris Lurie – Chelsea Art Museum, New York

      Yigal Ozeri – Mike Weiss Gallery, New York

      Michail Sailstorfer – Modern Art Oxford, UK

Ryan Trecartin – MoMA P.S.1, Long Island City NY

Martha Wilson – P.P.O.W., New York

Allora & Calzadilla – U.S. Pavilion, Venice

Adolph Gottlieb – Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

Piero Golia – Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills CA

      Monkey Spoon – Kim Foster Gallery, New York

Section 3 –

Matthew Ritchie, L&M Arts, Los Angeles/Schwarzenbergplatz, Vienna

John Chamberlain, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Laurel Nakadate & James Franco, Abrons Art Center, New York

Kate Gilmore, The Pace Gallery, New York

Carsten Höller, The New Museum, New York

Margeaux Walter, Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York

Rita Ackermann, Ludwig Museum, Budapest


Section 1 –

Takashi Murakami, by Edward Rubin

Section 2 –

The 54th Venice Biennale, by Simon Rees


Section 1 –

Alexis Rockman, by Elaine A. King

Guillermo Kuitca, by Aneta Georgievska-Shine

Vito Acconci, by Karlyn de Jongh and Peter Lodermeyer

Laura Owens, by Otino Corsano

Paul Thek, by Robert McKenzie

Section 2 –

Alex McLeod, by Lisa Paul Streitfield

Alexander Calder, by Mike Rogers

Section 3 –

Graham Gillmore, by Otino Corsano

Adrian Goycoolea, by Brian Willems

Hermann Nitsch, by Karlyn de Jongh

Cyprien Gaillard, by Timothée CHaillou


Section 1 –

Unmanning Grant Wood, by Sue Taylor

Cannibal Holocaust, by Paul Foss

The Future Lies Ahead, by Benjamin Bennett
Section 2 –

Museum Report: Marlene McCarty Goes to War, by Viola Timm

The Podium and the Plinth, by Timothée Chaillou

Seeing the Unspeakable, by Allen S. Weiss

Section 3 –

“Surface Truths” and Surface Tensions, by David Carrier

Immaculate Reception, by Wolf Kittler

In Advance of a Culinary Review, by Allen S. Weiss

iProtest, or Psycho Goes Viral, by Daniel McGrath

Night at the Museum, by Paul Foss


Section 1 –

Enter the Void, by Paul Foss

Do Impresarios Dream of 3D Cinema?, by Martin Rosenstock

Trampling Images: Buddhist Art in a World Art History, by David Carrier

Section 2 –

Carving the Genre: “Feast” and the Marrow of Gore, by Martin Rosenstock

Nanny and the Professor, by Harry J. Weil

The Body in the Trunk, by Paul Foss

Meditations on a Chinese Ancestor Portrait, by David Carrier

Section 3 –

Magni-Fire: On Ulrike Ottinger’s “Under Snow”, by Laurence A. Rickels

Unspoken Commodities in the Art of the Americas, by Natasha Staller

The Shadow of Shadows, by Allen S. Weiss


Section 1 –

Suzanne Doppelt, by Nicholas Alexander Hayes

Duchamp Delayed, by Sue Spaid

Section 2 –

John Currin, by David Carrier

Section 3 –

The Case of California, by Desiree D’Alessandro

Vocational Poetics, by Isaac Linder


Alexander McQueen, by Lisa Paul Streitfield

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