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Ed Atkins – Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York

This piece was commissioned by and first published in this is tomorrow: If there’s one artist I’ve always been curious to meet in the flesh, it’s grand master of the avatar and wordsmith of wonk Ed Atkins. The Berlin-based British

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Ed Atkins – Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York

This piece was commissioned by and first published in this is tomorrow: If there’s one artist I’ve always been curious to meet in the flesh, it’s grand master of the avatar and wordsmith of wonk Ed Atkins. The Berlin-based British

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Peter Fischli and David Weiss: How to Work Better – The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York

This piece was commissioned by and first published in this is tomorrow: Many artists are stubbornly solitary creators. Trying to have a conversation with a solo practitioner while they’re holed up in their studio mid-make can prove difficult, if not

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Peter Fischli and David Weiss: How to Work Better – The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York

This piece was commissioned by and first published in this is tomorrow: Many artists are stubbornly solitary creators. Trying to have a conversation with a solo practitioner while they’re holed up in their studio mid-make can prove difficult, if not

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Jerwood Drawing Prize – Jerwood Space, London

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Drawing, I’ve heard, is the medium no artist can ever hide behind. A decent one is the most open, uninhibited extension of a practitioner’s thoughts, and nothing reveals a lack of

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Jerwood Drawing Prize – Jerwood Space, London

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Drawing, I’ve heard, is the medium no artist can ever hide behind. A decent one is the most open, uninhibited extension of a practitioner’s thoughts, and nothing reveals a lack of

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Performance Publishing – Maurice Carlin – Islington Mill, Manchester

This review was first published on this is tomorrow This review might initially strike the more eagle-eyed readers of the art press as a little late to the party. Maurice Carlin’s ‘Performance Publishing’ is a work that was originally installed

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Performance Publishing – Maurice Carlin – Islington Mill, Manchester

This review was first published on this is tomorrow This review might initially strike the more eagle-eyed readers of the art press as a little late to the party. Maurice Carlin’s ‘Performance Publishing’ is a work that was originally installed

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Round Tripping – Gareth Nyandoro and Richard Parry – Narrative Projects, London

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Flick through any art news source over the last few months and you’re guaranteed to find a story exclaiming at the giddy, apparently exponentially increasing prices being commanded at various auctions.

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Round Tripping – Gareth Nyandoro and Richard Parry – Narrative Projects, London

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Flick through any art news source over the last few months and you’re guaranteed to find a story exclaiming at the giddy, apparently exponentially increasing prices being commanded at various auctions.

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Behind The Curtain – Holly Slingsby – Tintype Project Space, London

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Artworks that attempt to seriously interrogate aspects of the religious or the spiritual often run the risk of tipping over into triteness. In the hands of a less capable performance artist,

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Behind The Curtain – Holly Slingsby – Tintype Project Space, London

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Artworks that attempt to seriously interrogate aspects of the religious or the spiritual often run the risk of tipping over into triteness. In the hands of a less capable performance artist,

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Georg Baselitz – White Cube at Glyndebourne Festival, East Sussex

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Of all the artists to have been selected to show in White Cube’s new temporary, offsite space at one of the world’s most renowned opera festivals, Georg Baselitz isn’t exactly the

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Georg Baselitz – White Cube at Glyndebourne Festival, East Sussex

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Of all the artists to have been selected to show in White Cube’s new temporary, offsite space at one of the world’s most renowned opera festivals, Georg Baselitz isn’t exactly the

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Isa Genzken – Geldbilder – Hauser and Wirth, London

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Isa Genzken’s punkish sense of humour, I can happily report, is still very much alive and kicking after four decades of art-making. There aren’t a huge number of contemporary artists who’d

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Isa Genzken – Geldbilder – Hauser and Wirth, London

This review was first published on this is tomorrow Isa Genzken’s punkish sense of humour, I can happily report, is still very much alive and kicking after four decades of art-making. There aren’t a huge number of contemporary artists who’d

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Things that Tumble Twice – Oliver Castel, Ian Law, Florian

This review was first published on this is tomorrow It’s good to see that it’s not only London’s über-gallerists that are able to afford the huge curatorial possibilities that two, neighbouring spaces allow. While larger, commercial spaces here usually use

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Things that Tumble Twice – Oliver Castel, Ian Law, Florian

This review was first published on this is tomorrow It’s good to see that it’s not only London’s über-gallerists that are able to afford the huge curatorial possibilities that two, neighbouring spaces allow. While larger, commercial spaces here usually use

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