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>> Eric Fischl: Rooms for the Illicit
>> Portrait: Anna Orlikowska
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Marcel Dzama

Where are you spending this summer?
In New York and the north of Canada, with family.

What's your personal art highlight?
Definitely the Dada show at the MoMA. I especially loved seeing Jean Arp's "Portrait de Arp" and Francis Picabia's paintings.

Your tip this summer?
Showing at the Tate in London right now is the Canadian artist Brian Jungen. He's installed a large site-specific piece of a flag made from red clothing. I saw it recently and thought it was great.




Monica Bonvicini

Where are you spending this summer?
Here and there, preparing and putting up exhibitions in Berlin, Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, Gwangju...

What's your own personal art highlight?
Lee Lozano at the Kunsthalle Basel.

Your tip for the summer?
"general strike piece" (Lee Lozano).





Daniela Steinfeld

Where are you spending this summer?
In my gallery VAN HORN in Dusseldorf and on the Rhine.

What's your own personal art highlight?
This summer, Tacita Dean and Francis Alys at the Schaulager in Basel and, as always, every exhibition of Monika Baer.

Your tip for the summer?
Relax – and if you're in the area around Basel, there's the Goetheanum in Dornach: take a look at the architecture and cool off beneath the trees.





Paul Morrison

Where are you spending the summer?
Iceland

What is this summer's art highlight for you?
Cave diving at Lascaux

What's your tip for this summer?
Encaustic





Anna Orlikowska

Where are you spending this summer?
I'm spending this summer in Berlin, in my studio.

What's your own personal art highlight?
It will turn out probably in the autumn.

Your tip for the summer?
To go on holidays and have fun.




Who is Who in the Summer: (l v.l.n.r.):
Miwa Yanagi, Monica Bonvincini, Anna Orlikowska,
Marc Brandenburg, Daniela Steinfeld


Who is Who in the Summer: (l v.l.n.r.):
Cai Guo-Qiang, Daniel Pflumm, Olafur Eliason,
Paul Morrison, Marcel Dzama, Ina Weber

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