Found around 160 results for colin perry in Art Monthly.
remembers the RCA as being ‘dominated by men’. We can be starry eyed about many things from this period, but I don’t think the fearsome patriarchy of the 1960s and 70s is something to be envied. ❚ COLIN PERRY is a writer and critic. ■ Christian Boltanksi Grand Palais Paris 13 January to 21 February After two notori
step up to be chair of the Courtauld Institute of Art, succeeding James Hughes-Hallet. Browne is a deeply controversial figure in the arts (see ‘Driller Killer’ Artnotes and ‘Art & Oil’ by Colin Perry in AM369, Editorial AM390) partly because he was the author of the Browne Review which led to the end of state funding for university arts courses but also because of his connection with fossil fuels
Denes’ Wheatfield. It was the perfect place to sip a beer and contemplate what Manacorda nobly attempted but failed to achieve within the gallery space: the fertile marriage of nature and culture. ❚ COLIN PERRY is a writer and critic. ■ Pipilotti Rist Hauser & Wirth Zurich 29 August to 17 October The hyper-sensual fantasy so often conveyed by Pipilotti Rist’s installations – reaching their zenith in
and public services. Indeed, the overall quality of exhibits and timeliness of this exhibition ironed over oddities of curating, display and the occasional question-raising selection of works. ❚ COLIN PERRY is a critic and writer. Voyeurism is a British trademark, along with a fondness for branding things the better to sell them to ourselves. What distinguishes us is our desire to survey others: