we find wildness
we find wildness
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the first art exhibition that I saw: #billviola at stedelijk museum amsterdam in 1998 and it was truly amazing
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Untitled (n*47, 2000), Nelly Rudin, Kunsthaus Aarau #latergram
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Untitled (2013, detail), Matthias Wyss at Kunsthaus Aarau
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Zig Zag (2014), Veronika Spierenburg at kunsthaus aarau
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Jason de Haan: Noghwhere Bodili is Everywhere Goostly
published by Southern Alberta Art Gallery, March 2014
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http://theamericanreader.com/staff-picks-2/
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Guillaume Pilet, Learning to Love
http://www.we-find-wildness.com/2014/02/guillaume-pilet-learning-to-love/
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John Waters about the work of Jeff Koons via Los Angeles Magazine
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Ed Atkins (monograph)
published by JRP Ringier, February 2014
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Mousse Magazine n°42 February 14
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blakegopnik:

DAILY PIC: This is “Ohr” (“Ear”), a 1980 photo by Isa Genzken now in her huge retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. It’s one of Genzken’s fine early works, when she was making truly idiosyncratic, almost cryptic pieces about humans and their interactions – both perceptual and cultural – with the world around them. She was also playing with notions of authorship and originality: the photo is of Genzken’s own ear, and it was taken by her then-husband, the painter Gerhard Richter; she often showed it with images of stereo equipment appropriated direct from printed ads. (Sometimes she appropriated the actual electronic components.) Genzken’s early pieces just sit there, self-contained and secure and leaving it up to you to figure out how they work and what they do. Weirdly, the later assemblages that helped make Genzken’s name feel much more familiar, much less demanding and much more intent on pressing our buttons. They sit smack in the middle of the modernist tradition in sculpture, and don’t add much to it. (Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, gift of Mary and Earle Ludgin by exchange; courtesy the artist and Galerie Buchholz, Cologne/Berlin © Isa Genzken)For a full visual survey of past Daily Pics visit blakegopnik.com/archive