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Cabinet magazine issue 50

Rebecca L. Spang on how we have come to fear inflation –D. Graham Burnett on tabua and relational economics –Geoff Manaugh on the physical and financial topographies of gold mining –Jeffrey Kastner in conversation with Stephen Mihm on capitalists and counterfeiters in nineteenth-century America –And artist projects by Conrad Bakker, […]

TATE ETC Issue 29

A celebration of the reopening of Tate Britain; including contributions from Liadin Cooke, Susan Hiller, Ed Atkins, Spartacus Chetwynd, Frank Bowling, Carmen Herrera and Haroon Mirza, Nicholas Fox-Weber on Paul Klee, James Atlee on Aquatopia: The Imaginary of the Ocean Deep, Jonathan Griffin on Art Under Attack, Tanya Barson and […]

Molly Nesbit The Pragmatism in the History of Art

The pragmatism of Charles Peirce and William James and John Dewey exists as it moved, absorbing and absorbed. Conclusions remain provisions, time riding on, perpetually unsettled, nocturnal, opaque. Many questions and conditions remain. They will recur. The future has not eased. In our own lifetime there have been stakes, some […]

Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair

Printed Matter, Inc. announce three fundraising editions in support of Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair, the world’s leading event for artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines. Created each year to help ensure that the event remains free and open to the public, this year’s editions feature works by […]

MISS READ: The Berlin Art Book Fair

MISS READ 2013 opens on the 19th of September and brings together for the fifth year protagonists of international contemporary art book publishing. Books are an important medium to embody and disseminate ideas, and artists use the book form to elaborate visual stories, generate archives, depict collections, present research results, […]

ArtReview September 2013 issue

ArtReview has a brand-new design. Many months in the making, our new look debuts in the September issue—currently being shipped to newsstands and bookshops worldwide. Inside… Ten exhibitions opening in September you won’t want to miss—in Berlin, Birmingham, Brazil, Beijing, London, Edinburgh, New York, Los Angeles, Geneva and Thessaloniki, by […]