News & links from Metropolis M & co.
Opening soon Frieze Art Fair New York. This year Frieze Projects is continuing last year's tradition of remembering a legendary New York spot by having artists cook as a tribute to FOOD, the restaurant Gordon Matta-Clark, Tina Girouard, Carol Gooden and others ran in Soho beginning in 1971 at 127 Prince Street. (It’s a Lucky Jeans store now.) DR - 27.04.13
US court rules in favour of Richard Prince in copyright appeal. A three-judge panel finds that most of the works in the artist’s “Canal Zone” series, which include appropriated images of Jamaican Rastafarians by the photographer Patrick Cariou, are “transformative”. DR - 26.04.13
Turner prize 2013 shortlist takes a mischievous turn. A streak of subversive humour runs through the work of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Tino Sehgal, Laure Prouvost and David Shrigley – all nominated for this year's £40,000 art prize. DR - 25.04.13
As more and more people get their information and do their research online, often from the comfort of their own couches, the future of public libraries seems very much up for the debate these days. Research shows: Libraries aren't irrelevant yet.Not in the USA at least. DR - 25.04.13
Opening soon: Zone2Source 24.04.13
Zone2Source is a new international platform which invites artists to develop projects inside and outside of the glass pavilions of the Amstelpark
New York and London-based artist Ellen Cantor(1963–2013) has died. Cantor was perhaps best known for her ongoing film work Pinochet Porn, which the artist continued to work on as funding allowed since 2009. DR - 23.04.13
Last Call! Short term residencies this Summer at V2. DR - 19.04.13
Tonight at the Stedelijk: Ann Goldstein meets Larry Bell. DR - 18.04.13
The preparations for documenta 14 have already begun 18.04.13
These eight persons won't become artistic director of the next documenta.
The Kunstverein Amsterdam is setting a sterling example for museums and galleries worldwide with its announcement for its upcoming show “Larry Bell and Sarah Crowner meet Marlow Moss.” This is how you get people excited, folks. DR - 12.04.13