Flash Art 325
Flash Art breaks new boundaries with each issue. Featuring articles and interviews on new and emerging artists who will one day be the stars of the contemporary art market.
Flash Art 325 – Issue April/May 2019
Flash Art 325 | This issue of Flash Art dedicates a ten-page dossier to the career of the Damascus-born artist Simone Fattal. The cover is a previously unpublished project specially conceived by the artist for the magazine. Ala Younis retraces various aspects of Fattal’s journey through “the light and the darkness of the self and the other,” while Lina Robertson, with the poem “Alba,” establishes a connection with Fattal’s mode of writing par excellence.
This issue starts with an essay-monologue by Marina Fokidis in which she reflects on how “efforts to forge a counter-discourse to hegemony can themselves become hegemonic.”
Also in this issue, Peter Halley’s schematic abstractions are considered by Elena Sorokina, starting from an analysis of the room as an architectural container “interconnected by invisible channels of communication.” Peter Benson Miller delves into the work of Yto Barrada, highlighting how the artist unmasks modernist abstractions.
Jacob Korczynski in an interview with Ghislaine Leung talks about the “disruptions” in her exhibitions “which ultimately complicate the institutional infrastructure that enables them.”
This issue also features Laure Prouvost, who will represent France at the 58th Venice Biennale with a project that posits, as Lillian Daviesexplains, “an infinity of surprising possibilities” in the notion of the collective; and Shu Lea Cheang, who discusses with Tess Edmonsonand Paul B. Preciado her site-specific project 3x3x6 — a work that will represent Taiwan at the Venice Biennale as well.