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#328 November–January 19/20

This issue of Flash Art, with essays by Dorothea von Hantelmann and Isobel Harbison, dedicates sixteen-pages dossier to the work of Rebecca Horn, a pivotal figure of performative art, and develops a series of reflections on a younger generation of contemporary artists who are now using their bodies or their personas as agents in an attempt to re-cognize themselves in a present that increasingly rewards the loss of self-consciousness.

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This issue of Flash Art, with essays by Dorothea von Hantelmann and Isobel Harbison, dedicates sixteen-pages dossier to the work of Rebecca Horn, a pivotal figure of performative art, and develops a series of reflections on a younger generation of contemporary artists who are now using their bodies or their personas as agents in an attempt to re-cognize themselves in a present that increasingly rewards the loss of self-consciousness.

Also in this issue Accelerationism, absence, failure, art objects, dance, club culture, protest, are crossed in the conversations with artists such as Aria DeanBrendan Fernandes and Jimmy Robert. Anne Bean by Maria Elena Buszek, Alex Baczynski-Jenkins's by Sam Dolbear, Marta Minujín' by Pierre Bal–Blanc.


Flash Art #328 will distributed in Performa, New YorkIndependent BrusselsArt DüsseldorfArt Basel Miami BeachArt Stage Singapore, artgèneveParis Photo.