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forever young

To stay forever young. To defy aging. to somehow cheat the odds and glorify in a kind of infantilism; a taunting provocative sort of dissent, like children peeing on the living room carpet. We are definitely in a post-art age … Continue reading

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lenin road show: the neverending tour

Rudolf Herz is not exactly a stranger¬† to controversy regarding his unconventional approach to memory and remembrance. His work often attempts to explore the malevolence that underlines the criticisms directed towards him and certain other artists such as in the … Continue reading

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traces of wiped-out existences

how is holocaust art received in the land “of the perpetrators”? Well that depends… In a way, its the politics of remembrance and memory.Or at least the problematics.¬† Memory is often the theme with the focus not on what is … Continue reading

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