Review: Christian Marclay

BY GREGG LOPEZ / As you stroll through the wide entrance hall of Bermondsey’s White Cube gallery, sound and video depicting bottles rolling along the pavement are cast at foot level from eight digital projectors. Marclay shot the footage for this work, titled ‘Pub Crawl’, as he tapped and kicked the bottles, beer spilling out,…

Be Faithful to Your Dreams

Tracey Emin doesn’t do anything by halves. She still parties like its 1999, enjoys all the better things in life, yet remains an immensely important, influential and, above all, prolific artist. Sixteen years after her Turner Prize nomination, Simon Kelner tracks the changes in her life and art, asks how she feels now about her…

A Northern Soul

“So, is Harland in London?” I ask his exhibition liaison at White Cube. “Yeah, he is, he’s just had his Film on Sunday event at Bermondsey and he’s around for a few days before he goes to Italy; just give him a call and see if he’s free”. When I call Harland to arrange an…