In an interesting interview on The Artblog, Marianne Bernstein talks about her projects: Due South and Due North. Part II of the interview is available here.
A review of Due South by Samantha Mitchell has been today published on Title Magazine.
A review of Due South by Stan Mir has been today published on Hyperallergic.
Some reactions to the Due South exhibition, going on till end of April ad Delaware Contemporary in Philadelphia. This is an interview realised by WHYY First to Marianne Bernstein, Due South Curator: Next an article published by the Philadelphia Inquirer:
In display in Philadelphia at at The Delaware Contemporary, Due South is hosting some of my photographs belonging to “Suspended“. Here are some snapshots of the exhibition and the Rack card in PDF format.
Suspended has been selected by Marianne Bernstein as the body of work part of Due South. Due South is an international curatorial project conceived and curated by Marianne Bernstein, the second in a quartet of artistic investigations into volcanic islands: Due North (2014- Iceland), Due South (2017-Sicily), Due East, and Due West. Bernstein has worked for decades on temporary or …