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Features 24 Turner Prize 201 We explore the shortlist for the world’s most defining art prize. 30 Building the Revolution The Royal Academy of Arts surveys 20 years of Soviet art and architecture from 1915-1935. 36 Collective Cultural Memory On the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Moma examines the impact on our perceptions of culture. 42 Photographic Dialogues PPP presents a programme that aims to increase the dialogue between Europe and Asia. 50 Istanbul Biennial The 12th Istanbul Biennial contemplates a world of abstraction, inviting sober reflection when it is needed most. 56 Another Language Icelandic born photographer, Silja Magg creates images that evoke another world. 64 Broken Lines Acclaimed British director, Sallie Aprahamian, chats about her new film, Broken Lines.
Iconic Partnerships: Music & Film UK-based band, Tindersticks discuss their artistic relationship with French director, Claire Denis. 72 Drowning in a Sea of Words A discussion about the changes in music journalism since the social networking explosion. 74 Submotion Orchestra On being the “it” band of the moment. 76 Unidentified Discontent Edward Bond’s seminal play Saved is re-staged at the Lyric Hammersmith, provoking debates about violence. 72 Regulars 16 News 2 10 to See 81 Live on Stage 89 Artists’ Directory 98 In Conversation with: Frankie Shea Reviews 62 Exhibitions 71 DVDs 75 Music 83 Books