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Centre of the Known World

From far flung exhibitions in Melbourne and China, Luise Guest works out which way is east…

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Stuff Oct 18, 2011

Sign o’ the devil? Maybe, reports John Kelly from The Göteborg International Biennale of Contemporary Art…

Postcard from Bilbao

Sharne Wolff has a fine old time walking through Spain while building incredible calf muscles and art appreciation skills along the way…

Postcard from Berlin

Din Heagney’s latest postcard arrived in the mail. He’s in Berlin, in a melancholy mood…

Postcard from London

Think of London, a small city, dark, dark in the daytime… Rather than sleeping in the day time Din Heagney, The Art Life’s roving International affairs editor, got out of the house and down to the Tate Modern. He writes…

Flying High I & II:  Airplane, the Terminal Convention and Sirius matters

John Kelly reports from Ireland, seriously….

Consumption burn out

Guest blogger Gloria Suzie Kim makes her Art Life debut with a review of The Human Strike by Claire Fontaine at Helena Papadopoulos Gallery, Athens.

Alternative Histories at Exit Art

Din Heagney, The Art Life International’s roving good will ambassador, writes from New York on a show about shows…

Postcard: New York

The Art Life’s roving international editor Din Heagney writes from the city that never sleeps [and other New York cliches…]…



Reviews May 14, 2010

International affairs editor John Kelly reports from County Cork where flood waters conspired to delay the opening of Thingamajig – The secret life of objects