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Yoav Sivan and The Restroom of King Francis
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 06-13-11
Yoav Sivan is not primarily an installation artist, but rather a journalist, who recently graduated from the Columbia Journalism School and has written about politics and gay rights for the Huffington Post, The Guardian, Haaretz and Moment Magazine. But he recently decided to enter the conceptualist ...more

Concrete Utopia, and a poem from the Editor
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 06-11-11
Concrete Utopia, a "collaborative project space" in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is emerging as an intriguing site for the examination of the legacy of 19th and 20th Century aesthetic and political discourses; though it is also, of course, squarely forward-looking. Their current show (and print ...more

Cow Clicker: a Fountain for a New Generation of Online Gaming?
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 06-08-11
Previously on MarcelDuchamp.net, we posed this question: whether Marx remains inescapable to the formulations of subversion fundamental to the survival of an avant-garde in the present day. Certainly, structuring a leftist mode of critical thought in an era, no longer modern and no longer even pos ...more

The God-Trap in the Young European Landscape
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 06-05-11
"The Young European Landscape", an upcoming exhibition at the Galerie Wolfsen Aalborg D.K. to be curated by Uwe Goldstein, aims to revive the landscape genre as a "framework for the reception, coordination and mirroring of our present-day lifeworld," with painting, photography ...more

Does the Avant-Garde Need Marx?
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 05-30-11
It's official: Marx is back. At least that seems to be an increasingly acceptable veiwpoint within mainstream, English-speaking intellectual circles that would've not so long ago viewed the great 19th Century economic and political thinker as no more than a passe obsession of the Cold War era, a fet ...more

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