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CONTENTS April 2017 www.artmonthly.co.uk Issue No 405 40th year COVER Jenna Bliss Poison The Cure 2017 video 1 INTERVIEW Work Force Oliver Ressler interviewed by Colin Perry 6 FEATURES The Art Right Larne Abse Gogarty charts the rise of the right in art 11 Women’s Work Maria Walsh takes a critical view of a slew of women’s art shows 16 COMMENT EDITORIAL 17 NEWS
Body – Material Body Bob Dickinson 36 BOOKS Black British Art: Debates on Western Art History David Dibosa 37 The Nuclear Culture Source Book Jamie Sutcliffe 38 REPORT Letter from Buenos Aires Colin Perry 40 Letter from India Virginia Whiles 42 Letter from Bangalore Skye Arundhati Thomas 44 AFTERWORD Art Education and Mental Health – Mark Fisher Remembered Ashiya Eastwood 45 ARTLAW Secondary
Catherine Spencer 32 BOOKS Winter Round-up: Watch This Space Peter Suchin 34 Kenneth Goldsmith: Capital – New York, Capital of the 20th Century Gilda Williams 35 FILM Bristol Radical Film Festival Colin Perry 36 REPORT Artists’ Moving Image Practice in Britain: From 1990 to Today Maria Walsh 37 ARTLAW When Collaborators Turn Henry Lydiate 38 LISTINGS f Absence 2002 Sturtevant The Dark Threat o
18 NEWS ARTNOTES 21 OBITUARY Ed Allington 22 REVIEWS EXHIBITIONS New North and South Virginia Whiles 23 15th Istanbul Biennial: A Good Neighbour Jamie Sutcliffe 25 Zach Blas: Contra-Internet Colin Perry 26 Miranda July: Interfaith Charity Shop Mark Wilsher 27 Sofia Hultén: Here’s the Answer, What’s the Question? Mark Prince 28 We The People Are The Work Martin Holman 30 Everything we see could
in South London and are working towards a project based in the shops and cyber-cafes of the multi-ethic region around Edgware Road. I can only hope it is a more engaged project than this one. ❚ COLIN PERRY is a writer and critic. ■ Peter Coffin Barbican Curve Gallery London 11 February to 10 May Peter Coffin’s art is centred on the experiential, on offering the audience the chance to encounter
social laboratory. Thankfully, there is a quick escape from this prison-house of minimal choices: down the elegant helix of the Isometric Slides, 2015, and out, onto the concrete pavements below. z COLIN PERRY is a writer, editor and researcher. Lucy Beech: Me and Mine Harris Museum and Art Gallery Preston 2 May to 4 July Interpersonal relationships among women are the subject of ‘Me and Mine’,