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24 Feb 2010

'Studija': visual arts magazine. Since 2009 in English

The cover of visual arts magazine 'Studija' Nr.70 (February/March 2010)

Visual arts magazine 'Studija' Nr.70 out now
Visual arts magazine 'Studija'



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The new issue of visual arts magazine 'Studija' (February/March 2010) is out now. It's more exciting than ever!

Contents of 'Studija' Nr.70:

'Either the hunter or the hunted – there's no other option'. Art Critic Alise Tifent?le about the exhibition 'Chasing Napoleon' at Palais de Tokyo in Paris.

'There is no sense in trying to pin down the artist – like a butterfly from a collection in a box – within a certain classification, style or direction, as just about every art scholar and observer aspires to do. It is clear that during this millennium Fišers has grown more serious; he has taken a step, or some steps... Was it forward or backwards, or sideways – these are questions still to be answered. What front or up or down is there in space?' Reflections of Art Critic J?nis Borgs on the exhibition 'El Cosmos no perdona las faltas or Cosmos doesn't Forgive Mistakes' by Miķelis Fišers.

'Canadian director Robert Lepage has been called a wizard by the global press because he has restored a sense of wonderment and surprise to the theatre, and the capacity for an audience to be emotionally moved.' Read in the article of Theatre Critic Margarita Zieda.

' failed attempt to explain to several intellectuals in New York that a group of female artist does not necessarily make it a feminist one. Firing back promptly they assured me that a group is already feminist when more than three women gather together...' Review on the exhibition 'Gender Check' in Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna.

What is 'Studija'?

'Studija' is visual arts magazine published bimonthly in Riga (Latvia).

Studija's initial aim is to reflect art events in Baltic region and create a critical platform for discussions about contemporary art processes. Alongside with art reviews and art market analysis, each issue offers interviews with world famous curators and artists, as well as touches upon various theoretical problems and evaluates the most significant world art events.

The magazine is bilingual (Latvian/English). Since 2009 its editor-in-chief is artist Līga Marcinkeviča from the group of artists 'Famous Five' or 'F5'. Her approach brings a great deal of freshness into the magazine. Humour and wit are typical features of every issue, challenging the reader and adding true value to critical art writing.

In Latvian and English, 29 x 23,5 cm, 96 pages: il.
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