Archive for the “Group shows” category
by Travis Jeppesen on October 13, 2013
I, an Object, my first film, will be included as part of House Style, a group exhibition at Tramway in Glasgow, opening on 24 October. More info here: http://wearepanel.co.uk/index.php?page=house-style 25 OCTOBER 2013 – 19 JANUARY 2014 Tramway 5, TRAMWAY, 25 (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on June 14, 2013
What the “Encyclopedic Palace” ultimately offers are multiple examples of the extra-exclusionary, which may be nothing more than that fleeting moment in the act of creation when other people don’t exist—just me and my god(s). My review of “The Encyclopedic (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on January 9, 2013
For those accustomed to attending group exhibitions organized around a neat thesis, “Vertigo of Freedom” is sure to disappoint. Instead, Kata Krasznahorkai gives us curation as art form, leaving us to form our own conclusions—of which there are potentially many, (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on August 19, 2011
I guess there’s not much left to say, at this point. After all, criticism stops as soon as the only question left to be asked is whether art is fulfilling its social responsibilities.
by Travis Jeppesen on May 1, 2010
With the advent of post-structuralist philosophy and the spread of issue-based political activism in the latter half of the 20th century, the problem of identity arguably emerged as the most pressing ideological issue of the Zeitgeist. While it also enabled (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on January 10, 2010
My review of The Art of Two Germanys just went online at Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art.
by Travis Jeppesen on December 5, 2009
My review of the exhibition British Art Now, now online at Artforum.
by Travis Jeppesen on June 6, 2009
Armando Lulaj, Time Out of Joint Szczecin is among the most depressing cities I’ve visited in Poland. I won’t say it’s my least favorite – that distinction would have to go to Zakopane, that overcrowded resort haven in the Tatra (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on January 21, 2009
My review of Political/Minimal, the current group exhibition at KunstWerke, is now online at WhiteHot Magazine of Contemporary Art.
by Travis Jeppesen on April 23, 2008
The Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art Barbican Art Gallery, London Through May 18th, 2008 The Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art is a hilarious piss-take on the anthropological impulse that tends to taint so much contemporary curatorial practice – not (…)