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Zurich Issue: Dark Matter, Grey Zones, Red Light and Bling Bling

Kolb, R. (2020) Zurich Issue: Dark Matter, Grey Zones, Red Light and Bling Bling. OnCurating Issues, 48 (48). OnCurating, Zurich, pp248. ISBN 9798682580316 (Contemporary Art, Funding, Financing, Art History, Switzerland,)

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Abstract/Summary

This issue seeks to bring to the forefront the various positions and strategies of the most diverse art initiatives, from project and off-spaces to personalities within the art field, as well as those of established galleries and institutions and city officials based in Zurich in 2020. Originally, this issue was intended to draw a picture of the Zurich art scene and was meant to be published parallel to Art Basel 2020. Though with the current pandemic's additional layering, the main focus of the precariousness of the independent art scene in Zurich has increased dramatically. In this respect, we would like you to read the conducted interviews and the contributions not only as a lively, diverse, surprising, dazzling scene, but also as an ensemble of shared demands towards cultural policies.

Item Type:Book
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Art > Fine Art
ID Code:103271
Uncontrolled Keywords:Contemporary Art, Curating, Financing, income gap
Publisher:OnCurating
Publisher Statement:This issue seeks to bring to the forefront the various positions and strategies of the most diverse art initiatives, from project and off-spaces to personalities within the art field, as well as those of established galleries and institutions and city officials based in Zurich in 2020. Originally, this issue was intended to draw a picture of the Zurich art scene and was meant to be published parallel to Art Basel 2020. Though with the current pandemic's additional layering, the main focus of the precariousness of the independent art scene in Zurich has increased dramatically. In this respect, we would like you to read the conducted interviews and the contributions not only as a lively, diverse, surprising, dazzling scene, but also as an ensemble of shared demands towards cultural policies.

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