Eva Scharrer

 Aleksandra Domanović, Things to Come (2014) (detail). Photo: Ugnius Gelguda

Aleksandra Domanović, Things to Come (2014) (detail). Photo: Ugnius Gelguda

 

Eva Scharrer visits Baltic Triennial 14, searching for a stable sense of place amidst the (art)world’s dizzying reopening. But has geography ever really been immutable, or is change the only constant?

The 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, Various Locations; Matthew Lutz-Kinoy at Museum Frieder Burda – Salon Berlin; and Meriem Bennani at Julia Stoschek Collection

 Agnes Denes, Wheatfield – A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill, Downtown Manhattan – With New York Financial Center , 1982

Agnes Denes, Wheatfield – A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill, Downtown Manhattan – With New York Financial Center, 1982

”Down To Earth“ at Gropius Bau, John Miller at Schinkel Pavillon, John Heartfield at Akademie der Künste 

 Keti Chukhrov / Guram Matskhonashvili,  Global Congress of Post-Prostitution , 2019, performance, Orpheum Graz, photo: Mathias Völzke

Keti Chukhrov / Guram Matskhonashvili, Global Congress of Post-Prostitution, 2019, performance, Orpheum Graz, photo: Mathias Völzke

Eva Scharrer dives into this hedonistic iteration of Graz’s art and theatre festival and comes out wanting more of its provocative commentary

 Adam Linder, She Clockwork , 2019 Performance, costume objects, and wallpaper

Adam Linder, She Clockwork, 2019 Performance, costume objects, and wallpaper

 Photo: Elmar Vestner

Photo: Elmar Vestner

An interview with Elmgreen & Dragset, the curators of the 15th Istanbul Biennale, by Eva Scharrer