Céline Piettre, ARTINFO France
PARIS — Photographer Corinne Mercadier has always had a preference for solitary, shadowed landscapes — where, as in dollhouses or daydreams, scenarios might play them out in just a few mysterious moments, without any final resolution. Set...
“Almayer’s Folly,” the great Belgian-born film-artist Chantal Akerman’s first narrative feature in seven years (playing New York for a week at Anthology Film Archives), is a brilliant, wayward mash-up suggesting European colonialism as a madman’s fantasy —...
The videos in this solo exhibition of the Berlin-based artist Keren Cytter are jam-packed with half-baked ideas, false starts, narrative squiggles, premature endings, and occasional intentional bad acting. If this sounds like criticism, forget about it. The...
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