BEHIND THE CAMERA: Photographers Florian Maier-Aichen and Pedro Barateiro reveal their creative processes in works being shown at Photo Espana 2008, opening in Madrid this month.
THOMAS HIRSCHHORN: Where does he stand? What does he want?
LYNETTE WALLWORTH & PETER SELLARS: The Australian artist and the American director discuss globalisation, the digital
UTA BARTH: Her exploration of the visual experience may be exhaustive, but the LA-based photographer rarely strays beyond the garden gate
SETH PRICE: The artist’s shape-shifting video art and repackaged soundworks aren’t getting in the way of the big solo shows, but how far is it possible to go in questioning the meaning of contemporary art?
Art Pilgrimage: Berlin
In an almost embarrassing display of professionalism, our critic lets neither the absence of curatorial fireworks nor his precious missing luggage ruin a weekend ambling around and through the pleasingly restrained 5th Berlin Biennial.
A pioneer of New York's avant-garde film scene, SHIRLEY CLARKE turned her camera on those at the margins of 1960s counterculture.