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At The Renaissance Society, Chicago, an untitled exhibition curated by the artist Shahryar Nashat and writer & curator Bruce Hainley simultaneously investigates the enigmatic relationships between image, perception, and the human body as a living or undead currency. Porter captures the various 'archetypes' associated with artists. He emphasises the shift from the 'codification of patriarchy to the breaking of the canon Araba Opoku, The Art Newspaper

Charlie Porter | Artbookreview.net What Artists Wear

All change: Cindy Sherman’s Untitled 2008 Chromogenic print. The artist often wears wigs and heavy makeup, and dresses up in clothes from charity shops. Photograph: Cindy Sherman/Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth Keeping your staff - and your customers - safe when you reopen is undoubtedly one of your biggest concerns. And one way to prevent the spread of coronavirus in your salon is having the right Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).The focus on what artists decide to wear daily and in performance art proves to be a window into the wider culture their art is born into. It situates where they fit or more commonly, resist pressure to comply with their contemporaries. Reading it really does remind you of Ways of Seeing by John Berger, the feel of the book, the layout of text and image. Unexpected, lushly illustrated ... As a connoisseur of the lived-in, Porter delights at Lee Krasner's paint-spattered slippers and the tactile richness of Alberto Giacometti's rumpled suit Hettie Judah, V&A Magazine

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You’ve spoken before about fashion criticism being somewhat removed from how people actually wear clothes, because you’re only ever writing about them up to the point of production. Were you curious to think more about what happens when those clothes go out into the world?The beauty of being a fashion critic is that it’s very different from being an art critic or a theater critic. If I were to review the Venice Biennale that just opened, for example, anyone in the world who has the financial means can travel to Venice to see the Biennale. So you’ve got a direct link to something human beings can actually do. The thing about the fashion show is that if I reviewed the Prada show, for example, then in six months’ time, certain pieces from that collection will be produced, but by no means all; with some brands, hardly any pieces that are shown are produced. Maybe one person that reads the review might actually buy something six months later. There is no immediate call to action of any kind with the reader. I also loved it for that reason, but the downside of that is that the garments you’re looking at have very often only been worn by one model, once, in a fashion show. We talk about these garments as if they’ve all been worn, but we’re talking about them in a language which actually is conjecture. I really wanted to think about garments that have been bought and worn and entered into someone’s life and to see what we can learn from that. He likewise decided to include Marina Abramović in the text and wrote in total 63 words about her and only one sentence about her and Ulay’s clothes “Note too the language of the garments: skirt for her, trousers for him.” That’s the last sentence made out of those total 63 words. Why did he need to include this and where is an an analysis in stating something obvious? I have no answer Our collection Artists Artworks Art by theme Explore Videos Podcasts Short articles In depth Art Terms Tate Research Student resources Make art Create like an artist Kids art activities Tate Draw game

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As he cycles through the lives of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Sarah Lucas, Martine Syms, and Joseph Beuys, Porter's deep dive is a tender report on the legacies we leave behind and the clothes that accompany us along the way. Dazed Books of the YearBut to sum up and give an example, this was chapter about Sarah Lucas- she lives in the countryside, so now she wears the same clothes longer, she wears and exhibits her Dr. Martins- that means she is a badass, loves oversize and male clothes, prefers shirts over T-shirts

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