Frieze, issue 106 April 2007

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Frieze ( International )
 
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2007 
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ISSUE 106, APRIL 2007 
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172 
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In the April issue of frieze, Martin Herbert is captivated by the work of Paola Pivi, an artist who uses art as an experiential playground.

Steven Stern is intrigued by Dana Schutzs paintings, which use diverse subject matter to explore what it means to be a painter.

Tom Morton looks back at the career of Stephen Willats, who, since the 1960s, has explored social networks and systems of community, while The Otolith Group reflects on the work of the Black Audio Film Collective, whose collaborative films, essays and slide-tape texts opened up new space in British art, film and theory through the 1980s and 1990s.

In other features, Melissa Gronlund discusses the evocative films, photographs and installations of artist Matthew Buckingham, and Lars Bang Larsen investigates the art worlds current fascination in the occult.  
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