Sigmund Freud

 Soshiro Matsubara,  A Tale of Romance , 2020 (detail), carpet, glazed ceramics, artificial hair, fabric, wood, light sphere, Carpet: 350 × 200 cm, Sculpture ca. 20 × 130 × 90 cm, Lamp ø 28

A Tale of Romance, 2020 (detail), carpet, glazed ceramics, artificial hair, fabric, wood, light sphere, Carpet: 350 × 200 cm, Sculpture ca. 20 × 130 × 90 cm, Lamp ø 28 cm

Japanese-born, Vienna-based artist, Soshiro Matsubara is digging deep into the sordid past and affairs of Viennese love, loss, and revenge, at a recent show in the City of Music where heads were taken off, and Freud was keeping close watch. 

What does Freud’s Dora have to do with the Kardashians? Chiara Bottici and Jamieson Webster on an old soap opera – and a new one.

 Stonewall 3, 2002  

Stonewall 3, 2002

 

Art as Architectural Critique: Monica Bonvicini’s installations of chains, metal bars and glass boxes are an attack on the phallocentrism and latent violence of modernist concepts of ordering and planning. In this interview with Jennifer Allen the artist talks about the relationship between architecture and sexuality and dismantles some of the myths surrounding her work