No. 26 / Winter 2010


Me and My Ass Pony

The gates are wide open. By Fritz Ostermayer

Artist's Favourites

Von  Paul Chan: Dani Leventhal, Bruce Davenport Jr., Olivia Shao, Petra Cortright, Ama Saru & Hsiao Chen


»Work of Art – The Next Great Artist«. Adam E. Mendelsohn on the American contemporary art reality show.

Curator's Key

Cathérine Hug, curator at the Kunsthalle Wien, on Clyfford Still, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and early androids


Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp – one of the few independent art spaces in Belgium. By Esperanza Rosales


How much branding art can actually take before it becomes advertising? Andreas Schlaegel on the Absolut Art Collection.

Portrait Mathias Poledna

The newest film by the Austrian artist fits in perfectly with the Modern renaissance of the past few years. By Maximilian Geymüller

Portrait Rosemarie Trockel

Joanna Fiduccia on the meaning of the machine in the German artist’s work


Is wilderness the post-capitalistic city’s last hope? By Michele D’Aurizio

Printed Matter

Berlin-Mitte furniture magnate, nightclub impresario and founder of a free academy Rafael Horzon wrote his memoir. A conversation with David Woodard


The Glamour of the 00s. Neo-minimalism and new political art. An art scene portrait by David Riff


By Yilmaz Dziewior, Rancourt/Yatsuk, Mark Dickenson, Sandro Droschl, Karola Kraus


Mark Leckey, New York; »Fresh Hell«, Paris; »And Others«, Riga; »Poésie sonore«, Vienna; Geta Bratescu, Vienna; Jürgen Teller, Vienna; Paul McCarthy/Damon McCarthy, Zurndorf; Harun Farocki, Bregenz; »Sgrafo vs Fat Lava«, Geneve ; Elmgreen & Dragset, Karlsruhe ; Willem de Rooij, Berlin ; Aernout Mik, Berlin; Josephine Pryde, Berlin; Lothar Baumgarten, Cologne; Paul Thek, New York