In 1968, the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze wrote his now-iconic book Difference and Repetition. The text was fundamental to the discourses of its time, offering an unprecedented analysis of representation, language, history, and capitalism. In Repetition and Difference at The Jewish Museum, New York, multiples from the institution’s collection are presented together with works by contemporary artists who explore ideas of difference within repetition.
Repetition and Difference, The Jewish Museum, New York
A new exhibition Pro Tools by digital artist Cory Arcangel at the Whitney explores the relationship between cultural production and digital technology.
The Hundred In the Hands
The Hundred in the Hands’ first full-length album, retains the excitement and fervour expected of a debut, while creating a practiced, coherent sound.