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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
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CONTENTS July-August 2017 www.artmonthly.co.uk Issue No 408 40th year COVER Jesse Darling Bliss Symbols Protest Posters 2017 exhibited in ‘Mene Mene Tekel Parsin’ 1 FEATURES Truth to Tell Colin Perry asks whether Twitter destroyed truth or created a greater appetite for it 6 Artist/Worker/Misfit? Dave Beech looks at the changing conception of the artist 11 Screening Mark Prince on the limits of
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
INTERVIEW | OLIVER RESSLER INTERVIEWED BY COLIN PERRY The Austrian artist, based in Vienna, discusses capitalism, collaboration and strategies of resistence. WORK FORCE Colin Perry: In your animated film Emergency Turned Upside-Down you explore Europe as a place riven by borders. Your interest in borders is highly urgent today, at a time when the external margins of Europe are