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One of Many Possible Art Issues

Zander Blom

Zander lives and works from his home in the beat up suburb of Brixton in Johannesburg. His studio resembles a soiled hamster cage. The floors are piled 20cm up with pages from magazines and other clippings, bound together by
Henk Lustig
11.1.10
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Hermann Nitsch

On first viewing the work of Hermann Nitsch, the uninitiated may wonder whether he’s a murderous psychopath who conned the art world into funding satanic rites and blood-drenched bacchanalia. The reality is that Nitsch is the scraggly-bearded...
Jonas Vogt, Alexander Nussbaumer
11.1.10
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Raymond Pettibon

I’ve learned so much about drawing from staring at Raymond Pettibon’s work that I’ve completely assimilated his influence. Sometimes I’ll work for months, believing that I’ve reached a new level of creativity. Then I step...
Nicholas Gazin
11.1.10
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Girls of Saint Martin's College

Photos By Saga Sig, Styling By Sam Voulters
Saga Sig, Styling by Sam Voulters
11.1.10
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Marina AbramoviĆ

Marina Abramović was recovering from her MoMA retrospective, “The Artist Is Present,” when we visited her at her home in upstate New York this past summer
Jesse Pearson, Richard Kern
11.1.10
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Bright Lights

FUCK THIS LIFE
Ryan McGinley
11.1.10
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Agreement Is Not What We Look For

Strangers to the art world may have come across the work of Cerith Wyn Evans in his collaborations with the director Derek Jarman. Together the two made videos for the Smiths, the Fall and the Pet Shop Boys in the 1980s.
Andy Capper
11.1.10
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Vice Comics

IF THESE EYES COULD TALK...
Brandon Graham
11.1.10
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Russell Haswell

If you were to encounter any notable person operating in the fields of art, music, fashion, technology, media or science during the last 15 years, chances are they would have a story to tell about Russell Haswell. The British multidisciplinary artist...
Andy Capper, James Pearson-Howes
11.1.10
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Tonetta

"I’ll be your drain tonight.” How’s that for an opening line? Unforgettable? Perverse? And yet somehow... tempting? Keep in mind that it’s being delivered by a man in his early 60s.
Bob Nickas
11.1.10
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Cameron Platter

Cameron Platter lives in a small town just visible from Durban with his wife, his pug and his new born baby. It seems a peaceful existence, but meanwhile, in a secret laboratory deep beneath the surface, strange images are taking form.
Chad Rossouw
11.1.10
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Bob Nickas

Disclosure City: Bob Nickas was my boss at index magazine from 1999 to 2001. We’ve remained close friends since then. I thought about recusing myself from writing an intro here because this is basically a long interview with a friend. But...
Jesse Pearson, Slava Mogutin
11.1.10
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