‘The larger thrust of Singh’s gaming with time and space is an absolute, though not negative, refutation of the idea of human progress’, writes Martin Herbert in ArtReview’s December cover story. From The Marque of the Third Stripe, Singh’s breakthrough work from 2008, to an alternative creation myth the artist is currently writing as a play featuring the Nesquik chocolate bunny and a character named Charles Ray, ArtReview looks at a difficult-to-categorise body of work.
J.J. Charlesworth examines the lengths to which artists have been assimilating art with reality in recent years – community centres, corporate hospitality suites, real estate developments, chat shows –
and muses on where this postmedium, postgallery, postartworld (postart!?) gambit might take us.
Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Charles Burns and a 10-page artist project by Heidi Specker called Ultimatum alla Terra, Kodak memories of ArtReview’s October party and Gallery Girl’s valiant attempt to introduce a bit of self-examination into the magazine’s pages.