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October 6, 2004

Getting All International On Us

Brian Sholis (apparently just back from Chicago) points to Time Zones: Recent Film and Video opening at the Tate Modern, which he says "has a spot-on selection of young artists who are just now receiving their first US museum exposure".

Something notable in this respect, at least from this midwestern vantage, is that 3 of the 9 artists in Time Zones have projects at Chicago museums this month, two of which feature newly commissioned works: Yang Fudong (China), currently showing at the Renaissance Society, with one film, Liu Lan, also included in the MCA portion of Between Past and Future: New Photography and Video from China; Fiona Tan (born Indonesia, works Netherlands), whose Correction (a joint commission between the MCA, Hammer and the New Museum) opened last Saturday; and Anri Sala (born Albania, works France), who has an Art Institute commission appearing there towards the end of the month.

"Getting All International On Us"
Posted by Dan at 03:41 PM

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Referenced in this post:

Iconoduel: A More Virtuous Circle
Iconoduel: Up Close and Annotated: Art Institute Preview—Focus: Anri Sala
In Search of the Miraculous: Around town, around the world...
MCA: Press Release—Between Past and Future: New Photography and Video from China
Renaissance Society: Yang Fudong—5 Films
Tate Modern: Time Zones
Tate Modern: Time Zones—The Artists