Une Danse des Bouffons (or A Jesters Dance), a roughly 35-minute-long silent film by Canadian-born artist Marcel Dzama, is an absurdist drama featuring one womans attempt to rescue her lover, the artist Marcel Duchamp, who is being held captive and tortured while made to recite chess moves.
Black lettering on P!s deep red awning reads: Lasciate ogne stranezza voi chintrate(Abandon all strangeness, you who enter here), a loose adaptation of the infamous inscription over the Gate of Hell in Dantes Inferno.
Sabine Hornigs solo exhibition at Tonya Bonakdar is called Transparent Things, which describes both the objects she photographs and their resulting sculptures.
With the boundaries between artist and curator ever porous, its no surprise that the locus of meaning in Rosemarie Trockel: A Cosmos is as much in the exhibitions organization as in the works.
Suzanne Hudson is an art historian and critic whose writing has appeared in October, Flash Art, Parkett, and Artforum, where she is a regular contributor. She is the author of Robert Ryman: Used Paint (MIT Press, 2009; 2011) and the co-editor of Contemporary Art: 1989Present (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).