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Never let ’em go: David Elliott on the 2010 Biennale of Sydney

The artistic director of this year’s Biennale of Sydney David Elliot has curated a show with a mouthful of a title – THE BEAUTY OF DISTANCE: Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age. Andrew Frost spoke to Elliott about the practicalities of mounting a large and ambitious show and found that the director’s aims are both humble and direct.

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Venice Thoughts

From Joanna Mendelssohn… The Director of the 53rd Venice Biennale, Director Daniel Birnbaum, says that the title Making Worlds ‘expresses my wish to emphasize the process of creation’. The problem is that for the most part this process seems to

Noh New York

High Times Hard Times New York Painting 1967 –1975…

Beat The Meetles

Our first guest blog this week comes not from a fellow blogger but from Ian Houston, an actual reader of The Art Life. Mr. Houston writes from New York on the exhibition “Meet the Artists: Collaborative Works by Jake Paul

Dedicated to…

I’ve been in new york for 3 months so this is a bit of a remote rant about spaces far away.

For the People, By The Government.

Last weekend, one of our neighbours, the happy island city-state of Singapore, finished hosting its very first Biennale. Eschewing the all-expenses-paid-for press junkets and glitzy launch parties of early September, we chose instead to cover the final days of the