No. 39 / Spring 2014


Artist's Favourites

By Antje Majewski: Issa Samb, Juliane Solmsdorf, Paweł Freisler, Olivier Guesselé-Garai, Leonore Mau

Curator's Key

Lars Bang Larsen on »Papkasseteatre« (1995) by Christian Schmidt-Rasmussen


Colin de Land was a kind of anti-gallerist; his gallery American Fine Arts, Co. was a kind of artwork. By Axel Wieder


The Vienna Secession is run by artists. A portrait by Martin Fritz

21st Century Theory

The media theorist Alexander R. Galloway on the asymmetric nature of networks and the Internet as the most highly regulated mass medium to date.

Portrait Bjarne Melgaard

Jennifer Krasinski meets the artist in New York and talks to him about the death drive in homosexual culture and his contribution to the Whitney Biennial.

Portrait Peter Weibel

The contradictions of technological progress, communication systems, and the world of technical media are the preoccupations of the Austrian artist. A profile by Boris Groys

Portrait Pussy Riot

Daniel Baumann on the Russian performance group and the difference between the local significance and global marketing of activism.

Exhibition Histories

John Menick thinks back to the exhibition »GNS: Global Navigation System«.

Site Report

Barbara Casavecchia on relationships and entanglements within Italy’s art scene.


Oliver Basciano on Contemporary Art Daily and how it is changing our view of art.


Dorothée Dupuis makes a case for an old concept: sisterhood.


or the things we like

The Pfaff Brothers

Poetic Surgery