Category: by Kristina Mierins

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A Foot Forward, or Foot in Mouth?

By Krystina Mierins

In March 2015, the Carnegie Museum of Art announced that Ingrid Schaffner will curate the next Carnegie International (CI), the second oldest survey of contemporary art in the world. Over the next three years, Schaffner will attempt the Herculean task of assessing and distilling contemporary art from around the globe. Of particular interest is the Hall of Sculpture, a room that has proven to be highly appealing to artists and curators, but is riddled with challenges.

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The Book of Gregor Schneider: Will It Be His Most Lasting Artwork?

By Krystina Mierins and Carrie Paterson

Gregor Schneider’s Die Familie Schneider is part haunted house, part palimpsest, an installation shown originally in two doppelgänger East London counsel flats, and which has now been compiled into an illustrated book. The lauded German artist, who has made his name building claustrophobic rooms, has a secret—and he’s not telling.