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A REVOLUTIONARY IMPULSE // THE RISE OF THE RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE

click here to download PDF By Anastasia Karpova Tinari By 1917, the Modern Industrial Age had radically transformed society. WWI and concurrent social revolutions questioned whether the advent of electricity, trains, cars, would result in the destruction or betterment of humanity. Artists throughout Europe responded with radical movements—Fauvism, Cubism, Futurism, Orphism, and Dada—that increasingly threatened Academic[…]

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THE ARTS CLUB OF CHICAGO // A CENTURY IN IMAGES

by Anastasia Karpova Tinari click here to download PDF The Arts Club of Chicago was founded a hundred years ago with a mission to promote Modernism, preceding like-minded institutions such as the Société Anonyme, Inc., Barnes Collection and Museum of Modern Art in New York, and was the first in Chicago to exhibit works by[…]

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MARCEL BROODTHAERS: A RETROSPECTIVE // MOMA

By Anastasia Karpova Tinari download printable pdf At the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair, a mock Congolese village complete with performing Africans was installed, intending to provide Belgians a glimpse of their colony, a backward ethnographic presentation described today as a “Human Zoo.” This phenomenon came from a long tradition of installations at World’s Fairs, inaugurated[…]

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PROFILE OF THE ARTIST // KEIICHI TANAAMI

By Anastasia Karpova Tinari Renowned Japanese designer, illustrator, video, and Pop artist Keiichi Tanaami influenced succeeding generations of interdisciplinary workers, yet his work is still gaining widespread recognition in the United States. A Corbett vs. Dempsey exhibition which closed in June, his third showing and first full-scale exhibition in the Chicago gallery, featured intimately scaled, chock-full collages[…]

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Pier Review // Issue 04

  Download Issue 04: Objects of Desire Download Issue 01 : Endless Column Download Issue 02 : Great Divides Download Issue 03 : Century of Progress

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MANIFESTA 10 // ST PETERSBURG

by Anastasia Karpova Tinari Manifesta, The European Biennial of Contemporary Art, began in the aftermath of the Iron Curtain to form a bridge between the East and West. The nomadic exhibition has finally crossed into Eastern territory on its twentieth anniversary, taking up residence in no less a venue than Saint Petersburg’s fabled Hermitage Museum. The General[…]