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26 December 2012
Hangovers, indigestion and videos

To counteract the hangovers and indigestion of these days here are a few videos that in some way or other we’ve alluded to in recent articles.

We remembered a performance by Marina Abramovic redoing the celebrated non-performance of Valie Export “Genital Panic” in the Guggenheim in New York. A few years later Marina Abramovic also exhibited in New York, this time in Moma. It turns out that Lady Gaga visited it and was very impressed:

Xavier Acarín wrote about Martha Rosler’s project “Meta-Monumental Garage Sale” at MOMA in New York. Here’s a small review of it:

Rosa Naharro also dedicated an article to the exhibition of Louise Bourgeois at the Casa Encendida. We end this Alka-Seltzer selection with a video in which Louise Bourgeois sings with a quivering voice:

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