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PALAIS Magazine issue 19 published

PALAIS Magazine issue 19 published

Featured in issue 19 –Writings by artists: Hiroshi Sugimoto; Thomas Hirschhorn; Ed Atkins –“New Ghost Stories,” a dossier by Georges Didi-Huberman and Arno Gisinger –A “Little Illustrated Dictionary of the Fall” edited by Marie de Brugerolle and Gérard Wajcman –Hiroshi Sugimoto by the art critic Minoru Shimizu –A conversation with the artist David Douard and […]

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Cabinet Magazine announces “Laughing to Enlightenment” an experiential symposium

Cabinet magazine presents “Laughing to Enlightenment,” an experiential symposium on Williams James’s investigation of Hegelian philosophy under the influence of laughing gas. Saturday, 8 March 2014, 9pm. What’s mistake but a kind of take? What’s nausea but a kind of -usea? Sober, drunk, -unk, astonishment. Everything can become the subject of criticism—how criticise without something […]

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Kamrooz Aram. Palimpsest: Unstable Paintings for Anxious Interiors

Kamrooz Aram. Palimpsest: Unstable Paintings for Anxious Interiors

Green Art Gallery & Anomie Publishing are pleased to announce the launch of a new publication on the work of Iranian-born Brooklyn-based artist Kamrooz Aram entitled Palimpsest: Unstable Paintings for Anxious Interiors. Published on the occasion of Aram’s solo exhibition at Green Art Gallery, opening 17 March, the fully illustrated 80-page, hardcover publication includes contributions […]

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Manifesta Journal 17 Future(s) of Cohabitation

Manifesta Journal 17 Future(s) of Cohabitation

For the 17th issue of Manifesta Journal, Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez (MJ Chief Editor) and Virginie Bobin (MJ Associate Editor) are joined by Bisi Silva as MJ#17 Guest Editor. Bisi Silva is an independent curator and the founder/director of Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos (CCA, Lagos). She co-curated The Progress of Love, a transcontinental collaboration across three […]

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frieze issue 161 published

frieze issue 161 published

Issue 161 of frieze looks at Big Data: how do state surveillance and quantification culture affect our behaviour and artistic production? Co-editor Jörg Heiser leads a survey in which seven artists, writers and academics reflect on this question. With contributions from Mercedes Bunz, Jordan Ellenberg, Sarah Hromack, Trevor Paglen, Laura Poitras, Martha Rosler and Shoshana […]

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Parkett 93: Valentin Carron, Frances Stark, Adrián Villar Rojas, and Danh Vo and more

Parkett 93: Valentin Carron, Frances Stark, Adrián Villar Rojas, and Danh Vo and more

The new Parkett 93 features collaborations with Valentin Carron, Frances Stark, Adrián Villar Rojas, and Danh Vo. Valentin Carron finds inspiration in neglected public art, commonplace architectural adornments, and broken-down motorbikes. In this issue, Lionel Bovier, David Breslin, and Giovanni Carmine provide a closer look at his sculptures. For his Parkett edition, the artist has […]

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Artforum February 2014

Artforum February 2014

This month in Artforum: Mario Carpo on big data and digital design: “In hindsight, the curving forms of the first digital age appear more and more as a transitional style. Today’s data-driven computation is alien to that modern logic.”—Mario Carpo Manthia Diawara on the art of Kader Attia: “Attia’s practice is one of relation, of […]

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TATE ETC. Issue 30

TATE ETC. Issue 30

Highlights include Michael Bracewell‘s three-part homage to Richard Hamilton, an insightful interview with Richard Deacon, Nicholas Cullinan‘s introduction to Tate Modern’s upcoming Henri Matisse exhibition, Brian Dillon on Ruin Lust, Michael Bird on Lynn Chadwick, Patrick Keiller on D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson‘s influential On Growth and Form, Bice Curiger on Urs Fischer’s clay pots and Kathy […]

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Cabinet magazine issue 51

Cabinet magazine issue 51

–Christopher Turner in conversation with Simon Schaffer on the absolutist promise of perpetual motion –Suzanne Karr Schmidt on volvelles, the paper wheels used in early modern computation –D. Graham Burnett on hubcap “spinners” and the automotive unleashing of blur –Jeff Dolven in conversation with John V. Fleming on wheels of fortune –Plus: the pneumatic birth […]

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