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DAVEY, Moyra; HUJAR, Peter
The Shabbiness of Beauty

“I curated myself with Peter Hujar; a risky act, but it was an invitation I could not resist. I began by listing categories of images I wanted to see: animals, water, Latino men, body parts, NYC, babies. I’ve long been…

MOORE, Sam
All my teachers died of AIDS
'Sam Moore addresses what it feels like growing up queer and British in the 1990s when most of your teachers are either dead, and-or American. An important and evocative personal essay…
PRITCHARD, N. H.
The Matrix

The Matrix by Norman H. Pritchard (1939–1996) gathers a selection of the Concrete and Black Arts poet’s work from 1960 to 1970. The seventy-one poems collected here might be regarded, as Charles Bernstein has…

ARMANTROUT, Rae
Conjure

‘Let’s just make it to the end.’

SOH BEJENG NDIKUNG, Bonaventure
The Delusions of Care
The misappropriated notion of care and the paths for its rehabilitation.
The Delusions of Care is a culmination of three long essays that ruminate on notions of…
BOYNIK, Sezgin (ed.)
Rab-Rab: Journal for Political and Formal Inquiries in Art #6

“Often people acuse Rab-Rab of dealing with the odd issues from the past. This is true. […] We did not discover Archie Shepp, Viktor Shklovsky, or Karel Teige under the dust of archives, and ressuscitate them…

GLEIZE, Jean-Marie (ed.)
Nioque #24

Le dernier Nioque est arrivé ! Mais laissons à ce court texte de Christophe Tarkos le soin de définir l'orientation de ce nouveau numéro :

je ne suis pas pressé, je ne m'étouffe pas

je ne suis…

EISENMAN, Nicole
Sturm und Drang

This book accompanies the 2020 Suzanne Deal Booth / FLAG Art Foundation Prize exhibition, Nicole Eisenman: Sturm und Drang. The exhibition ran from February 27 through November 15, 2020, at The Contemporary…

PRITCHART, N.H.
EECCHHOOEESS

American poet Norman H. Pritchard’s second and final book, EECCHHOOEESS was originally published in 1971 by New York University Press. Pritchard’s writing is visually and typographically unconventional. His methodical…

AGAR, Eileen; SMITH, Laura (ed.); STOREY, Grace (ed.)
Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy

Painter and photographer Eileen Agar (1899–1991) was born in Buenos Aires and spent the majority of her life in Great Britain. In spite of her own pioneering contributions to painting, collage, photography and sculpture,…

CLARK, Michael; OSTENDE, Florence (ed.)
Michael Clark: Cosmic dancer

Coinciding with a major exhibition at Barbican Art Gallery, this richly-illustrated book features an exclusive interview with Clark alongside a series of enlightening essays and contributions, from Jarvis Cocker to Kim…

DELANY, Samuel
L’Athée du grenier

L’Athée dans le grenier est une novella publiée pour la première fois en 2018 aux USA. Ce texte raconte avec suspense, tension, réflexions diverses, la rencontre très secrète entre le mathématicien génial Gottfried Wilhelm…

TUTTI, Cosey Fanni
Art Sexe Musique

« Le royaume des hippies avait ses conventions, même si elles n’avaient pas toujours grand sens. On se rebellait contre le système en jouant les marginaux, mais on ne se gênait pas pour toucher la sécurité sociale ou les…

BUCK, Paul
Along the river run

Lisbon: that city at the mouth of the Tagus, that city that whispers, licks and seduces its visitors, that city that haunts those seeking refuge or its pleasures. Who would wish to escape?

It is the start of the…

VON BINGEN, Hildegarde; LEMMEY, Huw
Unknown Language
BLIGHTMAN, Juliette; IANNONE, Dorothy
T(a)rot Tarot

In 2020, Juliette Blightman invited Dorothy Iannone to work on a collaborative exhibition for the Kölnischer Kunstverein. The work (Ta)Rot Pack (1968-69) by Iannone is the seed for this three-part project: "Love is the…

KOETHER, Jutta
Libertine

Jutta Koether's new artist book, "Libertine", documents and interprets her eponymous exhibition at Museum Abteiberg, a major installation that delved into the museum's history. The artist designed the book and its fold-out…

VOLLAND, Jennifer M. ; MARINO, Chris (eds.)
Edith Heath : Philosophies

Edith Heath: Philosophies is the most comprehensive resource on Edith Kiertzner Heath (1911-2005) and the history of Heath Ceramics to date, emphasizing the philosophical foundations…

GUIBERT, Hervé; FATTORI FRANCHINI, Attilia (ed.); GAUDLITZ, Felix (ed.)
… of lovers, time, and death

A handsome publication after an eponymous exhibition around Hervé Guibert, … of lovers, time, and death gathers photographs of his – several taken during stays and journeys in Italy – along with the English translation…

BARSHEE, Tenzing; DEJEAN, Gallien: SOLBACH, Dan (eds.)
The BANK Fax-Bak Service

“Press releases are genuinely fascinating documents. They’re usually unsigned, which is perhaps why they’re so often absurdly pompous. But the really interesting thing is, who are they for? Rich collectors, who must be…

HILA, Edi
Edi Hila

This book is the first comprehensive monograph of the highly accomplished Albanian artist Edi Hila. His vast oeuvre, long overlooked, describes the political and social transformations of Eastern Europe over the last half…

STORIHLE, Sille (ed.)
FRANK

FRANK was an Oslo-based queer-feminist platform established in 2012 to nurture art and critical discourse revolving around gender, desire and sexuality, run by Liv Bugge and Sille Storihle until 2020. The final publication, FRANK, is…

SHAW, Jim
Paperback Covers

One of the most singular voices of today’s contemporary art scene, Jim Shaw is known for his desire to produce an immersive visual oeuvre aimed at exploring the dark side of the American psyche.…

JESI, Furio
Culture de droite

«Qu’est-ce que la culture de droite?» demande un journaliste à Furio Jesi en 1979. C’est « la culture pour laquelle le passé est une sorte de bouillie homogénéisée que l’on peut modeler de la façon la plus utile, dans…

GAGO, Verónica
La puissance féministe

L’Amérique du Sud est un des coeurs battants du féminisme contemporain. Des millions de femmes y prennent la rue contre les féminicides, les violences qui frappent les minorités de race et de genre, les lois qui répriment…

BONANNI, Nicolas; CAPELIER, Margaux
Grenoble Calling

Bruyant et contestataire, fossoyeur des années 1970, le punk poursuit sa trajectoire aussi nihiliste qu’inventive avec l’idée de tout faire par soi-même (do it yourself) en refusant la marchandisation et l’institutionnalisation.

SIMPSON, Rose
Muse Odalisque Handmaiden

A memoir by a member of the Incredible String Band that charts a journey from hippie utopia to post-Woodstock implosion.

Between 1967 and 1971 Rose Simpson lived with the Incredible String Band (Mike Heron, Robin…

ALTHAUS, Karin; BÖLLER, Susanne
Florine Stettheimer
“I was thrilled”, was Andy Warhol’s enthusiastic reaction to the pictures of Florine Stettheimer (1871–1944). Many of the elements of her work inspired his Pop Art. During Stettheimer’s life her…
HARRISON, Rachel; STEINBACH, Haim
Between Artists: Rachel Harrison/ Haim Steinbach

This book compiles, in loose chronological order, some of the many pictures that Rachel Harrison and Haim Steinbach exchanged via text-message between 2008 and 2020.

Through humour and visual wit that ranges between…

LHAMON JR., William T.
Peaux Blanches, Masques Noirs

Peaux blanches, masques noirs, à travers l’histoire des ménestrels du blackface, explore la longue mutation d’un lore limité aux frontières d’un marché multi-ethnique en une véritable culture populaire atlantique…

EDJABE, Ntone (ed.)
The Chimurenga Chronic (Mars 2021)

imagi-nation nwar – genealogies of the black radical imagination in the francophone world

de-composed, an-arranged and re-produced by Chimurenga

feat. Mongo Beti & Odile Biyidi’s Peuples Noirs, Peuples…

DONNOT, Kévin; GAY, Élise; MASURE, Anthony (eds.)
Back Office #4

Back Office est une revue annuelle entre design graphique et pratiques numériques. Elle explore les processus de création en jeu dans la diversité des médias et des pratiques numériques contemporaines. En traitant…

HAN, Dong Bin; McMILLAN, Benjamin (eds.)
Rush Print #0 – Bad Type

“May we want to reckon the time of the position ‘student’ not from the progressive aspect of amateur towards pro. Besides the fact that every step of life is an ongoing learning, there’s a clear physical (virtual) circumstance…

Various
What is Gender Nihilism?

A collection gathering readings for discussions on ending gender oppression, not by the proliferation or liberation of gender(s), but by its catastrophic cancellation. The reader brings together writings as old as 1883…

OUT OF THE WOODS COLLECTIVE
Hope Against Hope. Writings on Ecological Crisis

We are told we are living in the middle of a climate crisis of unprecedented proportions. As doomsday scenarios mount, hope collapses. Even as more and more people around the planet experience climate disaster as immediate…

WALKING WOLF, Rowan & HIGHMOUNTAIN, Harun
Edible, Medicinal, and Utilitarian Plants

This zine is a great introduction to identifying, foraging, and using what the authors term “weeds” and “common plants.” The authors wrote it to be an introductory-level guide for anarchists to get more acquainted with…

IVES, Lucy
Cosmogony

A woman answers a Craigslist ad (to write erotic diaries for money). A woman walks onto a tennis court (from her home at the bottom of the ocean). A woman goes to the supermarket and meets a friend’s husband (who happens…

GYASI, Yaa
Transcendent Kingdom

As a child, Gifty would ask her parents to tell the story of their journey from Ghana to Alabama, seeking escape in myths of heroism and romance. When her father and brother succumb to the hard reality of immigrant life…

MADANI, Tala; LIPSKY, Tina (ed.)
Shit Moms

“Clearly ‘shit mom’ can be taken in several ways. Most obviously, it would seem, the title adopted by Tala Madani for her latest series of paintings (and for her book) refers to a mother who is bad, or ‘shitty’, at her…

HORNBORG, Alf
La Magie planétaire. Technologies d'appropriation de la Rome antique à Wall Street

La magie du monde moderne nous empêche d’identifier nos technologies et notre économie, issues de la révolution industrielle, à l’accaparement de l’énergie, du temps de travail et des terres au profit d’une minorité. Démontrant…

LLOYD, Tom (ed.)
Black Art Notes

Black Art Notes is a collection of essays edited by artist and organizer Tom Lloyd. Originally published in 1971, the book was conceived as a critical response to the Contemporary Black Artists in America exhibition…

GUMBS, Alexis Pauline
Undrowned : Black feminist lessons from Marine Mammals

Undrowned is a book-length meditation for the entire human species, based on the subversive and transformative lessons of marine mammals. Alexis Pauline Gumbs has spent hundreds of hours watching our aquatic cousins.…

SEGAL, Emily
Mercury Retrograde

Autofiction. Emily Segal, artist and trend forecaster in her 20s, tries to tell the future by reading the present. Literature finds commercial form in the shape of eXe, a mysterious and well-funded Internet start-up that…

PEETERS, Julie (ed.)
BILL 3

A special archival issue, featuring unpublished Martin Margiela lookbook photographs, a horse, street style from the 90's, vases of Japan, a silver story, a flash forward and back, tennis, an icecube tray, more Margiela,…

PETIT, Elodie; LE LOUVIER, Marguerin
Anthologie Douteuses (2010–2020)

Élodie Petit et Marguerin Le Louvier écrivent des poèmes brûlants, sexuels, politiques et les autoéditent depuis leurs chambres sous la bannière commune des Éditions Douteuses. En une décennie, ils produiront des dizaines…

HOUETTE, Charlotte; PACOTTE, Clara (eds.)
EAAPES – #5, janvier 2021

Entre Dublin, l'Oregon, Paris et l'hyper-espace, la nouvelle EAAPES est arrivée, conçue comme une vieux disque dur qui contient des cryptos-freaks secrètes, des groupes de rêves, des coups de gueule féministes d'antan,…

ADAMSON, Glenn (ed.)
The Craft Reader

From the canonical texts of the Arts and Crafts Movement to the radical thinking of today's "DIY" movement, from theoretical writings on the position of craft in distinction to Art and Design to how-to texts from renowned…

MYCKET (eds.)
Girls Like Us vol.2 #13

The new issue of Girls Like Us, guest-edited by the Swedish queer art and architecture collective MYCKET, is dedicated to The Club Scene. Amazing ephemera from clubs is interlaced with a script-like conversation…

LORIS RODIONOFF, Marius
Procès-verbaux

Ce document poétique est basé sur des archives des dossiers de procédure personnelle d'un tribunal militaire en Algérie entre 1954 et 1963. Ces dossiers sont des archives soumises à dérogation que l'auteur, également historien,…

NIELSON, Mariah; ÅBÄKE
JB BLUNK (second edition)

This long-awaited monograph presents the breadth of JB Blunk's practice and includes never-before-seen archival and newly commissioned photographs of jewelry, ceramics, paintings, furniture, sculpture and his hand built…

PESTER, Holly
The Yellow Papers 2. The Politics of Delivery (Against Poet-Voice)

On prosody, “poet-voice,” and the politics of delivery.

“Following a political impulse that I cannot shake, I want to oppose poet-voice. Not to smirk, but to suggest that poet-voice, that is, to lay a given…

RAFSTEDT, Elisabeth; EHDE, Johanna (eds.)
MsHeresies 3. Amniotechnics

Dedicated to the incredible – and incredibly beautiful – publication Triple Jeopardy (1971–75, by the Third World Women’s Alliance), as well as the ideas in Sophie Lewis’s book Full Surrogacy Now! Feminism…

SCHULMAN, Sarah
Le conflit n'est pas une agression

Des relations intimes aux politiques globales, Sarah Schulman fait le constat d’un continuum : individus comme États font souvent basculer les situations conflictuelles dans le registre de l’agression, criminalisant leurs…

HALBERSTAM, Jack
Wild Things. The disorder of desire

In Wild Things Jack Halberstam offers an alternative history of sexuality by tracing the ways in which wildness has been associated with queerness and queer bodies throughout the twentieth century. Halberstam…

FINCH, Claire
Chapter 15: I lie on the floor – Presage Pamphlet Series

This is a chapter in which nothing happens. (Even more
so than usual).
I am taking a day off, to lie on the floor.
My yoga mat purple corrugated mousse sticks
slightly…

FORSTER, Sherian Mohammed
wild wild west – Presage Pamphlet Series

It’s 4:50 am, without an alarm clock ringing, the rage comes out, why ? Sherian Mohammed Forster questions the abstract patterns that get into our heart and hurt, from Instagram trends to planes that take off with or without…

LABOR, Soto
Trompette – Presage Pamphlet Series

Yesterday as they smoked, a cigarette butt leaked and burned
their delicately stitched summertime pyjamas. A round hole
on their torso reminded the holes drilled in the wall the day
before to ventilate…

KEEGAN, Matt
1996

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was… 1996—a year artist Matt Keegan proposes an in-depth study of, in this multivocal, multi-layered publication. It aims at, as he puts it, “a critical analysis…

YUE, Genevieve
Girl Head. Feminism and Film Materiality

Girl Head shows how gender has had a surprising and persistent role in film production processes, well before the image ever appears onscreen. For decades, feminist film criticism has focused on issues of representation:…

POPA, Alina; FLUERAS, Florin (eds.)
Bezna

“Bezna” in Romanian means consistent darkness + diffuse fear. Bezna is darkly glowing dead thinking, cosmic pessimism, hairy autonomy, inner reptilians, limbo sighs, horrendous pink volumes, underground nematodes, happy…

PRECIADO, Paul B.
Je suis un monstre qui vous parle. Rapport pour une académie de psychanalystes

En novembre 2019, Paul Preciado s'exprime devant 3500 psychanalystes lors des journées internationales de l'Ecole de la Cause Freudienne à Paris. Devant la profession qui l'a diagnostiqué « malade mental » et « dysphorique…

FONTAINE, Claire
Human Strike and the Art of Creating Freedom

A collection of writings by Claire Fontaine, addressing our complicity with anything that limits our freedom, Human Strike… presents, in chronological order, all the texts by the feminist, conceptual…

DUSTAN, Guillaume; BOUCHÉ-PILLON, Johann (ed.)
Dustan TV

Trois interviews télévisuelles de l’écrivain Guillaume Dustan, deux de 1999 et une de 2001, de l’auteur de Dans ma chambre ou Nicolas Pages. Retranscrits par un outil automatisé de YouTube,…

ALETTI, Vince
The Disco Files 1973–78

In 1973, Vince Aletti became the first person to write about the emerging disco scene. His engagement with disco nightlife continued throughout the decade as he wrote his weekly column for Record World magazine,…

HELICZER, Piero
I must be more like an ant than a cigale because I like to sing in winter

“A tribute to Heliczer’s creative mind and to the man himself by friends, admirers and people Heliczer worked with”—to quote Counter Culture Chronicles’ René van der Voort—this book, printed in Risograph, gathers poetry,…

KEROUAC, Jack; STEPHENSON, Gregory
Pity and Terror: Jack Kerouac on Nosferatu

Et oui, Jack Kerouac did write about Murnau’s Nosferatu! It was in the early 1960s, as the New York Film Society invited him to introduce a film of his choice: the notes were then printed as a small handout. In…

FEDERICI, Silvia
Une guerre mondiale contre les femmes. Des chasses aux sorcières au féminicide

Cet ouvrage tente de rassembler en quelques chapitres les grands enjeux soulevés par Silvia Federici autour de la notion de sorcières et de chasse aux sorcières. Le public a connu (et reconnu) Federici à travers son magnum…

DJAVADZADEH, Keivan
Hot, Cool & Vicious. Genre, race et sexualité dans le rap états-unien

De toutes les musiques populaires contemporaines, le rap est celle que l'on associe le plus communément à l'expression d'un discours misogyne. Mais si les rappeuses elles-mêmes décrivent souvent l'industrie du rap comme…

REGNAULT, Chantal
Voguing and the Ballroom Scene of New York 1989-92

Voguing came dut of the extraordinary house ballroom scene that emerged in Harlem, New Yark in the 1980s in which African-American and Latino gay and transgender communities competed against one another for their dancing…

ZUST, Mara
Kolkata City of Print

Kolkata: City of Print, created by Swiss artist Mara Züst (born 1976), focuses on the rich heritage and present abundance of the print medium in this Indian city long famed for its literary and publishing culture.…

DESINDE, Martin
Feu Tony Metalsi

« Il entendait les portières des voitures claquer et le son strident de la propriété. Il déchiffrait sur chaque visage une vie de labeur et d’envie, une existence propre, aussi complexe que la sienne, un enchevêtrement…

KASHANI, Majid; GHANBARI, Meraj
Behzad Golpaygany. Biography, Works And Activities

Iranian graphic designer Béhzad Golpayegani (1938–1985) worked in 1970s for various journals and designed numerous book covers for Franklin Publications, a publisher of pocket-sized paperbacks. In those years he created…

HOWE, Susan
Concordance

“Only artworks are capable of transmitting chthonic echo-signals,” Susan Howe has said. In Concordance, she has created a fresh body of work transmitting vital signals from a variety of archives. “Since,” a semiautobiographical…

HAK KYUNG CHA, Theresa
Dictee

{Beyond this “new” cover, there is a beaufitul facsimile of Dictée.}
Dictée
is the best-known work of the versatile and important Korean American artist Theresa Hak Kyung Cha. A classic work of autobiography…

HUMMEL, Antoine
Est-ce qu’il se passe quelque chose ?

Un livre d’ondes, de signaux reçus et transcrits jour après jour. Entre le début du mois de mars et la fin du mois de mai 2020, depuis le boulevard de la Libération à Marseille, l’auteur s’est branché sur les discours…

ARRIOLA, Aimar; CASTERA, Grégory (eds.)
The Against Nature Journal #2 (Winter 2021)

As of summer 2020, the “restoration of natural order” is back on the agenda of many alt-right movements across the world, and “unnatural” sexual orientations and behaviors are still condemnent to imprisonment, corporal…

SEWELL, Amanda
Wendy Carlos. A biography

This book is the first full-length biography to be written about the American composer and electronic musician Wendy Carlos (b. 1939). With her debut album, Switched-On Bach, Carlos brought the sound of the Moog synthesizer…

HEUGUET, Guillaume; MENU, Étienne (eds.)
Audimat #14

Audimat est une revue de critique musicale/sociale et présente une écriture sur la musique libérée des contraintes d'actualité et des formats de la presse périodique. Ce quatorzième numéro aborde l'actualité des rapports…

ABI-KARAM, Andrea ; GABRIEL, Kay (eds.)
We Want it All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics

“As a collection of writing by trans people against capital and empire, this book attempts to piece together these multiple points of overlap between the subjective, interpersonal, and everyday modes of trans life, and…

LOTERY, Kevin (ed.)
The Long Front of Culture. The Independent Group and Exhibition Design

In 1950s London, a cadre of young artists, theorists, and popular culture aficionados known as the Independent Group (IG) came together for a series of pressing meetings. Their humble goal: to reimagine the structure of…

EXPERIMENTAL JETSET
Superstructures (Notes on Experimental Jetset / Volume 2)

Superstructures (Notes on Experimental Jetset / Volume 2) is an inquiry into the role of the city as an infrastructure for language (and simultaneously, into the role of language as an infrastructure for the city),…

DURHAM, Jimmie
Particle/Word Theory

THE KID THE COP SHOT
Often it is about the sound,
Alignement of syllables in mental spaces,
Throat of glottal stops more than meaning. [...]

JOSEPH, Manuel
Aubépine, Hiatus, Kremlin, Netflix & Aqmi ou les Baisetioles

Le 12 novembre 2016, un an après les attentats qui y avaient fait des dizaines de victimes, le Bataclan rouvre…

NGAI, Sianne
Theory of the Gimmick. Aesthetic Judgment and Capitalist Form

Repulsive and yet strangely attractive, the gimmick is a form that can be found virtually everywhere in capitalism. It comes in many guises: a musical hook, a financial strategy, a striptease, a novel of ideas. Above all,…

SOYER, Sabrina (ed.)
HOW TO become a motherfuckinelegist #3
HOW TO BECOME A MOTHERFUCKINELEGIST = Last September, we started to collectively translate an essay by Kathy Acker: “The city”. It is a text extracted from her collection Bodies of Work ; the narrator alternates between…
VON SCHLEGELL, Mark
Rise of the Printers. Wade Guyton at the Josef Albers Museum Quadrat Bottrop

American sci-fi author Mark von Schlegell reflects on a dialogue of works by American painter Wade Guyton and Josef Albers. Von Schlegell shows how, building upon Albers’ exploration of minimalist visual language, Guyton…

DI SALVO, Giorgio
Insufficient Armour

Once confined to the narrow circle of "medicalizing" practices, the prosthesis finally colonized our imagination thanks to the promise of an "augmented body" capable of undermining traditional dichotomies such as artificial…

SCALI-RINGWALD, Antonine ; CARLIER, Loucia (eds.)
Klima #03 – Magical Trouble

Dedicated to the occult, Klima #3 continues the last issue's line of questioning, this time turning its gaze towards the spiritual dimension that emerges from the various encounters and cohabitations of the living and…

Various
Cathy Josefowitz

The richly illustrated volume offers the occasion to discover a singular yet little-known body of work on the borders of the art world. The practice of the late American-born, Swiss-based artist Cathy Josefowitz (1956–2014),…

Various
Sound American #25 – The Folk Issue

Guest edited/curated by Sarah Hennies and Anna Roberts-Gevalt, two of American's most forward-looking practitioners in the experimental and folk fields respectively, SA25 takes on questions of a musical community, and…

EICHHORN, Kate
The Archival Turn in Feminism. Outrage in Order

A window into the preservation of contemporary feminist documents and artifacts, and how this archival activism has advanced intergenerational political alliance.

YUSOFF, Kathryn
A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None

Kathryn Yusoff examines how the grammar of geology is foundational to establishing the extractive economies of subjective life and the earth under colonialism and slavery. She initiates a transdisciplinary conversation…

MILIAN, Claudia
LatinX

LatinX, according to Claudia Milian, is the most powerful conceptual tool of the Latino/a present, an itinerary whose analytic routes incorporate the Global South and ecological devastation. Milian’s trailblazing study…

MATER, Katja
Time is an Arrow, Error

“Two clock-faces are staring at each other.
They are two sides of one thing, as different as they are the same.
They move as two bodies revolving around each other, into a tender embrace.
A kiss, made of…

LAMAS, Gonçalo
BOEING N. 737-800 EM FÁ# MENOR

Concurrently: ode, elegy, satyre, Boeing Nº 737-800 in F♯m awakes and takes off, lands and falls asleep, in between cold sweats and time zones. Triangulating the distance from ground to body, moving though still, to sun,…

ASAD, Amira ; PEINADO, Leila ; AL DERI, Rashed (eds)
Lifta Volume 1

Founded in 2018, LIFTA is a space led by the imagination. Prioritizing collaboration and humancentric processes, LIFTA develops projects across different mediums including publications, exhibitions, and film. Crafted by…

KUDO, Tetsumi; JØRGENSEN, Lærke Rydal (ed.); COLSTRUP, Tine (ed.)
Tetsumi Kudo. Cultivation

Contemplating Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo’s (1935-90) work in the 21st century provokes a sense of the uncanny on multiple levels: grotesquely beautiful on their own, his abject sculptures seem to foretell today’s environmental…

DE LA TORRE, Mónica ; LAUTERBACH, Ann. KRAFT, Richard ; PEARSON, Lisa (eds.)
Photostats. Felix Gonzalez-Torres

An artist whose beautiful, restrained and often mutable works are abundant in compelling contradictions, Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957−1996) was committed to a democratic form of art informed as much by aesthetic and conceptual…

VON WULFFEN, Amelie
Collected Comics 2011–2020

Amelie von Wulffen’s amazing comics—or ego-comics, as she calls them—gathered for the same time: hilarious, nightmarish, vividly drawn tales from the daily life of a woman artist, depicting social embarrassments, emotional…

CAVENDISH, Margaret
The Convent of Pleasure

The Convent of Pleasure is a play written by Margaret Cavendish in 1668. The play is a comedy about noblewomen who choose to retreat to a convent to create their own community in order to avoid the constraints…