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Posting Boetti

Boetti Over Afghanistan

2013 –
envelopes, stamps, pencil, map, paper
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In March 2013 a friend of mine sent me a catalogue from Alighiero e Boetti’s exhibition Game Plan at the Tate London. 1,344 more words

Alighiero E Boetti

Mappa mia!

With everyone wrestling their way out of Afghanistan faster than you can say ‘nobody’s a winner here’ (so, not that fast after all), it seems fitting to think about Alighiero e Boetti — the Italian Arte Povera artist who travelled often in the 1970s and 80s to that country and used Afghan weavers to create his signature tapestries, on view now at… 808 more words

Art In And Around Hackney

Chance is the name of the game: Alighiero Boetti at Tate Modern

As I walk through the archway to room two of the Alighiero Boetti exhibition at Tate Modern, above which are two signs, flashing alternatively; one the word ‘PING’, the other ‘PONG’, … 1,067 more words

Afghanistan

Chance is the name of the game: Alighiero Boetti at Tate Modern

As I walk through the archway to room two of the Alighiero Boetti exhibition at Tate Modern, above which are two signs, flashing alternately; one the word ‘PING’, the other ‘PONG’, … 1,067 more words

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Identifications

Do we know what lies between right and left? This question might arise when an everyday mistake reminds us of the strange feeling, for example, of placing a left hand into a right-handed glove. 388 more words

The Body As A Site Of CULTURAL REPRESENTATION

Desperately Seeking Susan?

Anh Duong’s Portrait of Susan Sarandon, 2009, is in “Portraits/Self-Portraits: From the 16th to the 21st Century,” at Sperone Westwater in New York. 49 more words

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