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Artist Bedwyr Williams, who has drawn this month’s Strip, lives and
works in Caernarfon, Wales. Recent solo exhibitions include No More
Mr Nice Guy at Store, London (2008), Chydig Bach Yn Too Much, at
Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Wales (2006), and Tyranny of the Meek, also at
Store (2006). Selected group exhibitions include Beck’s Futures, ICA
London, CCA, Glasgow, Arnolfini, Bristol (all 2006), Basta, the Welsh
Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Over & Over, Again & Again, Contemporary
Arts Centre, Vilnius (both 2005), and Romantic Detachment,
P.S.1, New York (2004). He studied at Central St Martins, London,
and Ateliers Arnhem, the Netherlands. In 2004 he won the Paul Hamlyn
Foundation Award for Visual Art.
Sally O’Reilly is a writer, coeditor of Implicasphere and cofounder
of Brown Mountain College of the Performing Arts. There are other
things going on in her life, too, but it’s rather difficult to
explain, apart from the fact that for this issue of ArtReview she
has interviewed South African artist William Kentridge.
ArtReview Contributing Editor Axel Lapp is a critic, curator and art
publisher in Berlin. He studied art history at the Universities of
Marburg, Essex and Manchester, and was Henry Moore Research Fellow
at the University of Leeds from 1998 to 2000. He curates his own
exhibition space, Axel Lapp Projects, and at the time of writing was
working on a large show, Menschen und Orte (Men and Places), for the
150th anniversary of the Kunstverein Konstanz. This month Axel sat
down with curators Adam Szymczyk and Elena Filipovic for a heart-to-
heart on the eve of the Berlin Biennial opening.
Roe Ethridge is an art and commercial photographer who lives and
works in New York. He has mounted several solo exhibitions – at
Gagosian LA, Andrew Kreps, New York, and the ICA Boston – and has
shot work for publications ranging from Teen Vogue to The New York
Times Magazine. For ArtReview this month he visited painter John
Currin in his studio and came back with photographs of the artist’s
latest work.
Sam Jacob represents the hi-tech side of the craft-versus-technology
divide that plays out in ArtReview’s special focus on design
this month. Sam is a director of London architecture firm FAT and
a contributor on design and architecture to many magazines and
journals. He has taught and lectured at universities in Europe
and the US, most recently as visiting professor of architecture
at Yale. In his downtime he runs StrangeHarvest.com, collects
souvenir buildings and has recently loaded far too much Krautrock
onto his iPod.
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