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Incidents (of Travel) dispatch from Yerevan, Armenia.

Editors: ‘Incidents (of Travel)’ dispatch from Yerevan, Armenia, by Marianna Hovhannisyan and three former art students from the National Center of Aesthetics.


The sixth 'Incidents (of Travel)' episode narrates a walking itinerary in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, documenting the transformed, disappeared, or permanently-closed art institutions in the city center.

The itinerary was conducted by curator and researcher Marianna Hovhannisyan with three former art students from the National Center of Aesthetics, one of the oldest alternative art educational hubs.

Edited by Latitudes, Incidents (of Travel) was conceived in 2012 with the aim of expanding the traditional studio visit format. Day-long itineraries led by artists are translated into online accounts of offline conversations between a curator and an artist.

Produced by Kadist as part of its online projects initiatives.

Previous dispatches:

Episode #5: Terengganu, Malaysia (2016–17)
Curator: Simon Soon
Artist: chi too
Photography and video: Awang Ketut

Episode #4: Lisbon, Portugal (December 2016)
Curator: Pedro de Llano
Artist: Luisa Cunha
Photography: Estelle Nabeyrat

Episode #3: Suzhou, China (August 2016)
Curator: Yu Ji
Artist: Xiao Kaiyu
Photographs: Yu Ji

Episode #2: Jinja, Uganda (June 2016)
Curator: Moses Serubi
Artist and photographer: Mohsen Taha

Episode #1: Chicago, U.S. (April 2016)
Curator: Yesomi Umolu
Artist: Harold Mendez
Photographs: Nabiha Khan

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Monograph "John Kørner" published by Roulette Russe. Photos: Finn Wergel Dahlgren.

Catalogue essay: ‘John Kørner’ monograph, published by Roulette Russe

Max Andrews of Latitudes has contributed an extended essay in the 280-page monograph ‘John Kørner’ published by Roulette Russe and designed by Spine Studio. The monograph is the most comprehensive publication dedicated to Danish artist John Kørner (*1967) to date.

The publication also includes essays by Oliver Basciano and a conversation between the artist and Marie Nipper, curator of Kørner's recent mid-career exhibition ‘Altid Mange Problemer’ in Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen.

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Reviews published on frieze magazine and art-agenda.com

Exhibition reviews on frieze and art-agenda

Max Andrews has reviewed the group exhibition ‘Crash Test. The Molecular Turn’ (La Panacée, Montpellier) and Lúa Coderch's solo exhibition ‘The girl with no door on her mouth’ (àngels barcelona) for frieze magazine. Both are available online and will be printed in the April issue.

Mariana Cánepa Luna has reviewed the exhibition ‘Allora & Calzadilla’ (Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona) for art-agenda.

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Wakelet collections.

Social media stories on Wakelet


As Storify resumes its activity, we've transferred our archive of social media stories to Wakelet archiving articles, videos, blogs, tweets, Facebook posts related to our exhibitions, research trips, and residencies.

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On Latitudes' blog

Cover Story—March 2018 6 March 2018
‘Work in Progress’ in the process of being acquired 4 March 2018
Sixth episode of ‘Incidents (of Travel)’ 1 March 2018
‘The Kørner problem’ essay by Max Andrews 19 February 2018
Cover Story—February 2018 5 February 2018
Vocal del jurado del Premi Ciutat de Barcelona 2017 1 Febrero 2018
Reviews of the show ‘4.543 billion’, CAPC Bordeaux 19 January 2018
Amy Balkin's ‘Today’s CO2 Spot Price’ (2009) 8 January 2018
Cover Story—January 2018 2 January 2018

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Max Andrews and Mariana Cánepa Luna co-direct the curatorial office Latitudes, working internationally within the field of contemporary art since 2005.

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