‘CORRUPTION: EVERYBODY KNOWS…’ THINK PIECES FROM E-FLUX – Holland Cotter

Published on 3 December, 2015 in the New York Times

Sarnath Banerjee’s “The Idle Monologue of an Unconvinced Surveyor” (2015), in the exhibition “Corruption: Everybody Knows …,” at e-flux.

Sarnath Banerjee’s “The Idle Monologue of an Unconvinced Surveyor” (2015), in the exhibition “Corruption: Everybody Knows …,” at e-flux.

 

“E-flux began in 1998 with an emailed news release for a one-night group show in Chinatown. Since then, it has grown to include a monthly journal and a wide-reaching distribution system for art world information, and it’s become one of the few galleries in the city to present politically minded global fare consistently. Its current show,  “Corruption: Everybody Knows …,” will be the last in the organization’s Manhattan space — e-flux is moving to Brooklyn in 2016 — and is very much in its signature think-piece mode…”

‘Corruption: Everybody Knows …,’ Think Pieces From E-flux

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