On the rise -- and the space -- of the art-world press release
International Art English, or IAE, is the language through which contemporary art is created, promoted, sold and understood. More than a technical vocabulary, IAE is the Esperanto of the fantastically mobile and glamorous art world. And yet, it is also in existential peril. [ more ]
Skandalisierung (in) der Wissenschaft
Orienteringar / Vita rum / Rasism [Orientations / White Rooms / Racism]
"openDemocracy" focuses on the eruption of protest in Turkey; "New Humanist" slams multiculturalists for their complacency while "Soundings" sees multiculturalism flourish in Britain; "Blätter" suggests that the winners should be made to pay; "Osteuropa" discerns in Orbán and Putin the negation of 1989; "Springerin" shines a spotlight on the affinity of art and politics; "Merkur" is amused by the rise and foreseeable fall of International Art English; "Dziejaslou" travels to Sweden; and "Letras Libres" talks to a fuming and culturally conservative Marc Fumaroli about money and culture.
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