28/02/11 David Bennewith
It’s like no other magazine on design: Dot Dot Dot. A generation of designers has grown up with it. After ten years and twenty issues, the current editors (Stuart Bailey and David Reinfurt) have decided to call it quits. A summing up.
07/01/11 Viktor Misiano
The art world in Russia is modernizing itself according to the capitalist model, while leaving the old power structures intact. Good art is especially art that sells well. So far so good, but the question is, for how long?
07/01/11 Annet Dekker
Only by making themselves much more dependent on their public can art museums continue to exist. In the third and last part of a series on the future of the museum, METROPOLIS M offers an interview with Nancy Proctor, specialist in the area of mobile and digital strategies for the museum.
features 08.01.11 JJ Charlesworth
Roger Hiorns’s object-based art defies any easy definition of ‘sculpture’. Using materials and techniques as varied as crystallisation, brain matter and jet engines, the British artist’s work probes how physical matter encounters invisible registers of experience, association and meaning, exploring how themes such as human consciousness, ritual practice and erotic energy might make sense in our rationalistic, secular world.