Art Screens

LUCY RAVEN: EDGE OF TOMORROW

SERPENTINE GALLERIES, LONDON 08.12.16 to 12.02.17 If life can be expressed in a series of Venn diagrams, we’re particularly fond of the space where art house and art gallery overlap. It’s a space occupied by Serpentine Gallery’s first ever UK solo show by New York artist Lucy Raven. They’ve even gone to great pains to transform the […]

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BRUCE AND NORMAN YONEMOTO: THE FUTURE OF MY DESIRE

20.01.17 to 22.01.17, STARR CINEMA, TATE MODERN, LONDON REVIEW: A weekend of films by the Japanese-American Yonemoto brothers, including a lecture and assorted Q&As with Bruce Yonemoto. Bedding down for a weekend in the luxury of the STARR CINEMA is a joy, even though TATE has a way with such affairs that can make them both erratic (will […]

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PRIMITIVE 2009

The delicate meat at the heart of Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Primitive (2009) is a challenge to coach from its interstellar shell. As if to echo the Thai filmmaker’s oblique storytelling, the subterranean playground of Tate Modern’s Tanks asserts its own narrative, from panicked parents on the march to the loud ignorance of aficionados (“Is this that silly […]

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