Newsletter   No 97

Looking forward

Heather Phillipson, Eat Here, artist’s collage/draft of the installation for Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, 2015. Courtesy the artist
After closing the Autumn art season in Paris with the launch of the Power 100 November issue, ArtReview’s been enjoying a bit of the post-Frieze-Fiac comedown. Not to lose touch though, Martin Herbert picks ten shows to look forward to this November, in Margate, Paris, Montréal, New York, Frankfurt, Los Angeles, Amsterdam, London and Jakarta. Read more
Elisabeth Scott, UK passport page. Courtesy HM Passport Offce
‘Rather than the “institutional sexism” that critics accused HM Passport office of, what is really at work is a lazy tokenism, desperate to seem cool about ‘’creative Britain”’ – J.J. Charlesworth comments on the new UK passport design. Read more
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Keith Haring, Untitled, 1984. Photo: Christie's via AFP
A naughty Keith Haring, Eddie Peake's naked performance, Petra Cortright, Nam June Paik and Peter Crouch's robot moves – what's on ArtReview's favourite art mole's wishlist this week. Read more.
Ragnar Kjartansson, The Visitors, 2012
The Icelandic original and past ArtReview cover artist has partnered up with the Vinyl Factory to launch a new collaborative label, Bel-Air Glamour Records, whose second release will be the soundtrack of Kjartansson’s audiovisual installation The Visitors (2012), opening on 11 November at Brewer Street Car Park, London. Listen to an extract from the soundtrack here.
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