2015 / 304 October 2015
Issue 304
October 2015

Contents

Arena
Sadie Coles, LondonEugene Tan on the National Gallery, Singapore; Robert Walser’s Looking at PicturesCharles Esche on the 2015 Jakarta Biennale; Angel Haze; Office Baroque, BrusselsLunch BytesElysia Crampton

Feature
It Looked Like a Universe — Rachel Rose
by Beau Rutland

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Double Ancient — Christodoulos Panayiotou and Salvatore Settis

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Self-Portrait and Self — Frances Stark
by Eli Diner

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Specters of the Avant-Garde — Valeria Luiselli
by Carlos Fonseca

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A Tear in the Fabric of Reality — Heman Chong
by Ruba Katrib

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Mediums of Conversation — The emerging art of India
by Veeranganakumari Solanki

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Property Relations — Cameron Rowland
by Kari Rittenbach

Reviews
Sarah Charlesworth New Museum/New York; Sarah Ortmeyer Bodega/New York; Karen Cytter Museum of Contemporary Art/Chicago; Theories on Forgetting Gagosian Gallery/Los Angeles; A.L. Steiner Blum & Poe/Los Angeles; Teresa Burga Museo de Arte Latinoamericano/Buenos Aires; Eloise Hawser ICA/London; The Boys, the Girls and the Political Lisson Gallery/London; After Babel Moderna Museet/Stockholm; Mathieu Malouf Lars Friedrich/Berlin; Bill Lynch Tanya Leighton/Berlin; Lawrence Abu Hamdan Kunst Halle/Sankt Gallen; Tony Oursler Luma Foundation/Arles; Fausto Melotti NMNM/Monaco; La Grande Madre Palazzo Reale/Milan; Bartered Collection Mumbai Art Room; Ming Wong Ullens Center for Contemporary Art/Beijing; Dinh Q. Lê Mori Art Museum/Tokyo.