Volume 30, Number 4: John Currin

December 2011

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Table of Contents

  • Bordernotes

  • Werner Herzog: Waying Mythologies Meeka Walsh
  • Borderviews

  • Barroco, We Hardly New You
  • The Hundredizer: Ken Nicol
  • A Stage of a Different Sort: Dil Hildebrand
  • “Oh Canada” J.J. Kegan McFadden
  • Bordercolumn

  • Moveable Feasts: “Pina,” directed by Wim Wenders Robert Enright
  • Project

  • The Greg Curnoe Bike Project Paul Butler
  • Interviews

  • What the Body Knows: Wim Wenders on the Art and Life of Pina Bausch Robert Enright
  • The Story So Far: An Interview with Stephen Andrews
  • The Story So Far: An Interview with Stephen Andrews
  • Against Lust: An Interview with John Currin
  • Articles

  • The Indecisive Moment: The Photography of Elaine Stocki Daniel Baird
  • Meditations on a Chair Ross Woodman
  • Lucidity: Inward Views M.J. Thompson
  • Essay

  • What’s so funny ‘bout peace, love and Ab Ex Or on the peculiar problem of feeling almost nothin in front of masterpieces John Kissick
  • Crossovers

  • “The Colour of My Dreams: The Surrealist Revolution in Art” Sarah Milroy
  • Joan Miró Martin Pearce
  • “Baker Lake Wall Hangings” Christine Walde
  • “Inuit Modern” Anna Kovler
  • “Inuit Prints: Japanese Inspiration” and “Sweet Innovation” Robin Laurence
  • Ai Weiwei Sarah Maloney
  • “The Fox” Rosemary Heather
  • Daido Moriyama Christopher Olson
  • “null = 0. dutch avante-garde in an international context, 1961-1965” Petra Halkes
  • Berlinde De Bruyckere / John Currin Tracy Valcourt
  • “Frontrunners” Amy Karlinsky
  • “Up North” Nancy Tousley
  • Liam Crockard Saelan Twerdy
  • Francis Alÿs M.J. Thompson
  • Jeanie Riddle Gary Michael Dault
  • Rachael Tycoles Alison Gillmor
  • “Haute Culture: General Idea – A Retrospective, 1969-1994” Earl Miller
  • “The Point Is” Gary Pearson
  • “Rearview Mirror: New Art from Central and Eastern Europe” Daniel Baird