‘Gates instinctively knew that places that need but can’t possibly afford culture today provide contemporary art with something it’s been sorely lacking: purpose.’ So writes Christian Viveros-Fauné in ArtReview’s January/February cover story on Chicago artist, urban planner, musician, historian and storyteller Theaster Gates.
Experiencing a growing desire to write science fiction herself, French novelist and psychoanalyst Marie Darrieussecq takes a trip to the last terrestrial address of Poland’s greatest writer, Stanislaw Lem.
London Reviews Marathon
The fourth edition of ArtReview’s trademark lightning strike on the city’s art quarters features 50 reviews penned by Mark Rappolt, Martin Herbert, Laura McLean-Ferris and J.J. Charlesworth.
Plus... Heidi Specker and Bruno Mansoulié, Eve Sussman and the Rufus Corporation.