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Textiles // Liz Magor’s Objects of Care

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Article by Mitch Speed in Berlin // Apr. 21, 2017
Searching for the attitude of Liz Magor’s work, the word “terse” clings obstinately to mind. I know it isn’t quite right. Unambiguously, her sculptures also radiate the most approachable and relatable kind of…[read on]


Fantasy // X-Men: Tom of Finland at Galerie Judin

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Article by Nat Marcus in Berlin // Apr. 03, 2017
Never have I felt more of a wariness of Übermensch masculine worship before moving to Berlin. ‘Gay mecca’ it may be, but one whose chosen people seem only to look like the men illustrated by Touko Laaksonen,…[read on]


Fantasy // History and Myth: An Interview with Louis Henderson

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Article by William Kherbek in Berlin // Mar. 17, 2017
The interaction of history, myth and fantasy have long been key subjects in the filmic practice of artist Louis Henderson. His film, ‘The Sea is History’ (2016), taking its title from a poem by the British-St. Lucian Nobel laureate…[read on]