Tate Triennial 2009

Posted on Frieze Issue 120 Jan-Feb 2009 Nicolas Bourriaud, curator of the next Tate Triennial, ‘Altermodern’, talks to frieze about botany, modernity, time, class and exhibition-making image TOM MORTON Your forthcoming book The Radicant employs a botanical metaphor to...

Un nouveau concept en art

Posted on Le Monde on 04/09/09 by Emmanuelle Lequeux Le Français Nicolas Bourriaud aime les concepts et ce n’est pas ce qu’il fait de plus mal. Cet ancien directeur du Palais de Tokyo, le principal centre d’art en France, a profité de son exil...

Voids

Voids is a retrospective of empty exhibitions with nine empty rooms, a radical show that is both empty and full of value to celebrate 50 years of the art of the void since Yves Klein in 1958. Read more about it here “The idea of exhibiting emptiness is a...

Panic Attack!

by Mia Jankowicz Commissioned on the occasion of the Frieze Writer’s Prize 2007 posted on Frieze on October 2007 Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK The timing and subject matter of ‘Panic Attack! Art in the Punk Years’ overlapped distinctly with Kunstverein Munich and...

Look what we did

Written by Jonathan Jones Posted on The Guardian, Monday 31 March 2003 Weaned on a diet of pickled animals and unmade beds, the British public has become remarkably difficult to shock. Could that be why Jake and Dinos Chapman, the enfants terribles of Britart, bought...