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Flash Art (29 titles)
 

Milan
Flash Art is an international bimonthly magazine and publishing platform dedicated to thinking about contemporary art, exploring the evolving cultural landscape through the work of leading artists, writers, curators and others. One of Europe's oldest art magazines, Flash Art was founded in Rome in 1967, before relocating to Milan in 1971, and was originally bilingual, published in both Italian and English. In 1978 two separate editions were launched: Flash Art International and Flash Art Italia. Today the magazine remains one of the most recognizable and widely read publications of its kind, and is distributed in 87 countries.
 
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English edition
Monograph on the work of Chinese artist Hu Xiaoyuan, featuring an essay by Nicolas Bourriaud and a conversation between Gea Politi and the artist.

English edition
Special feature on Judy Chicago (with contributions by Géraldine Gourbe, Viki D. Thompson Wylder, William J. Simmons, Stephanie Seidel); Thomas Duncan on the work of Antek Walczak; Agnieszka Gratza interviews Tania Brugera on “10,142,926”; Tiana Reid on landscape and the figural in the sculptures of Tau Lewis; Kerstin Stakemeier on Amy Sillman's new paintings; Fanta Sylla speaks to artist and filmmaker Cauleen Smith; exhibitions reviews.

English edition
12-page special feature on Tony Conrad, with texts by Nora N. Khan and Charlemagne Palestine, on the occasion of his traveling retrospective; the Cultural Capital Cooperative; Tony Cokes's 1988 video Black Celebration; Raul Guerrero; the art of Tobias Kaspar; the minimalist tendency in Rasheed Araeen's work…

English edition
The articles and interviews included in this issue of Flash Art address the human body, introducing artistic practices that push the body's physical boundaries and challenge its codified representations. With Luchita Hurtado; special feature on artist, educator, curator, and cultural theorist Ian White; Lena Henke; Martti Kalliala on the transformational experience of Burning Man; Eric N. Mack; Stefano Sollima; Bruce Nauman by Isabelle Graw (on Flash Art March-April 1993); exhibitions reviews.

English edition
Special feature on painter Jutta Koether (with Kerstin Stakemeier, Quinn Latimer…); Ericka Beckman on her pioneering works; Julia Phillips’s sculptures; musician Kamasi Washington's unmistakable groove; Yngve Holen's new body of work Rose Painting; Tess Edmonson on adapting Archie in the CW’s Riverdale; Alexandra Pirici’s materiality-burdened performances; reviews…

bilingual edition (English / Italian)
The artistic practice of Birdhead associates photography with particular collage skills and mounting technique. The publication is a visual diary of the duo's experimentation in Italy, accompanied with a dual language essay by art historian Maurizio Bortolotti.

English edition
Unveiling the magazine's new graphic identity, this issue of Flash Art features: 20-page section on Adrian Piper; Maurizio Cattelan and Marta Papini talk to art-world boundary explorer Asad Raza; Tenzing Barshee on Margaret Honda; Stephanie Seidel talks to Juan Antonio Olivares about his 3-D animation Moléculas; Thomas Duncan on photography and corporeality in the work of Josh Tonsfeldt; David Andrew Tasman on Anna Uddenberg's heterotopic forms; Eli Diner on the captivating and inscrutable sculptures of Michael E. Smith; reviews…

English edition
New York–based fashion label Telfar; Eli Diner on the proleptic videos of Melanie Gilligan; Julia Bryan-Wilson on the fleeting-yet-emphatic multimedia art of Cecilia Vicuña; Daniel Horn on Emil Michael Klein's canny abstraction; Ronald Rose-Antoinette on the Wood Land School's yearlong decolonization of SBC Gallery; Cristina Guadalupe Galván talks to home-based artist Alison Knowles; Pierre-Alexandre Mateos & Charles Teyssou bid adieu to the hyperglycemic concept store Colette; exhibitions reviews.

English edition
This issue celebrates the 50th anniversary of the magazine. It features texts and interviews that reassess key passages in recent art history, in each case using landmark content from Flash Art's archive as a point of departure (Piero Gilardi; Anarchitecture; the Soviet Nonconformist art; Jeff Koons and Maurizio Cattelan; the writings of Peter Halley; revisiting the pioneering exhibition “Aperto '93” with Helena Kontova and Hans Ulrich Obrist; Chinese art today; what's left of the Berlin art scene…).

English edition
This issue questions artificial intelligence according to theories of utopia and dystopia, of existence and consciousness, and of gender and identity. It features Ian Cheng, Mario Klingemann, Sondra Perry, Sam Lavigne, Harold Cohen's AARON, Lawrence Lek, Jenna Sutela, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Cécile B. Evans, Leonel Moura and Stelarc, “Automating Aesthetics” by Lev Manovich…

English edition
Fashion designer Rei Kawakubo's solo show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; interview with William Pope.L on the occasion of his sound installation/performance at Documenta 14; Lindsay Lohan as a cultural phenomenon; interview with Pier Paolo Calzolari; the enigmatic art of Rodrigo Hernández; the choreography of Ligia Lewis; the filmmaking of Park Chan-kyong; exhibition reviews.

English edition
The late Maria Lai; Bruce LaBruce's latest film The Misandrists; the Apollonian and Dionysian in the work of Jill Mulleady; Patrick Jackson; Xavier Veilhan, Christian Marclay and Lionel Bovier talk about their collaboration for the French Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale; Yan Xing's art of absence; 1996 interview with Vija Celmins by Jeff Rian; exhibitions reviews…

English edition
This first English monograph on the work of Zhao Zhao examines the Chinese artist's working practice, emblematic for art's ability to address conflict—social, political, and aesthetic—in a world undergoing unprecedented upheaval. It features essays by Hou Hanru and Li Zhenhua.

English edition
This issue spotlights the representation of disenfranchised and marginalized communities and gives voice to creatives emerging out of these groups. Featuring: “self-taught” Italian artist Roberto Cuoghi; a survey of the works of Chinese artist Evelyn Taocheng Wang; an interview with Grace Wales Bonner by Hans Ulrich Obrist; art-world outsider turned insider Raymond Pettibon; the sound environments of musical collective Non Worldwide; a conversation with Puppies Puppies and Nancy Lupo…

English edition
A new year's issue with strong political contents, featuring: Kelley Walker's new show, Oliver Payne, Jimmie Durham, Anna-Sophie Berger, Paul Pfeiffer, Sadie Benning, The Young Pope review, Victor Burgin's 1984 article “Yes, Difference Again,”—in addition to the usual contents.

English edition
This issue explores the interfaces between clubs, clubbing culture and creative communities.

English edition
Kerry James Marshall, Jean-Luc Moulène, Dora Budor, Samson Young, Dean Blunt, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy and Tobias Madison's hommage to Shūji Terayama, Rodolfo Aricò, Emily Segal's notes on the color Magenta, exhibitions reviews…

English edition
Special issue featuring an original collection of 24 short literary works by visual artists and writers—in addition to the usual contents.

bilingual edition (English / simplified Chinese)
First bilingual comprehensive monograph on Wang Yuyang, these volumes delve into Wang Yuyang's practice, focusing particularly on his eponymous solo show at the Long Museum in Shanghai in 2015.

English edition
Umberto Eco's open work theory, David Hammons, Bret Easton Ellis and Alex Israel's collaborative text paintings, individuality and community in Mélanie Matranga's environmental art, Bill Kouligas's Berlin-based record label PAN, åyr art collective, Martine Syms's inquiries into representations of blackness, a late-in-life interview with William N. Copley, reviews…

English edition
This publication explores the painting practice of New York-based, Italian-born artist Matteo Callegari.

English edition
Shanghai special issue.

English edition
This publication showcases a selection of photographs taken by the artist, over a year-long period, in second-hand shops, flea markets, antique stores and auction houses in Berlin.

English edition
Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake, Marina Pinsky's sculpted landscapes, Diller + Scofidio, Emilio Prini, Charles Harlan, Kathe Burkhart's “Liz Taylor Series”, the “networked exhibitions”...

English edition
This issue considers the revitalization of pastoral narratives in contemporary art and recent artist contributions to radical theories regarding the so-called “end of nature.” Featuring: Dena Yago, Peter Nadin, Lawren Harris, Hayley Silverman, The sea in Cuban art, Charles Lim, The architecture of seasteading, Julia Tcharfas & Arseny Zhilyaev, Darren Bader, Mark von Schlegell, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster...

English edition
Featuring: Frances Stark, Rachel Rose, Christodoulos Panayiotou & Salvatore Settis, Valeria Luiselli, Heman Chong, the emerging art of India, Cameron Rowland...

bilingual edition (English / Italian)
The 2015-2016 edition of contemporary art's directory & referential book Art Diary, released by Flash Art Books, celebrating its 40 years with a new design and new editorial content. Updated every year with more than a thousand new addresses, this Who's Who lists essential information about the main actors in the field of art (over 50,000 entries).

English edition
The Four Seasons Forever is the catalogue of Sam Falls' one year show which presents 13 sun-printed photograms of vinyls on colored textiles exhibited in a dramatic stage-like atmosphere, with parts of Vivaldi's masterpiece playing according to the season (artist's book, the first in a series published in limited editions by Flash Art).

bilingual edition (English / Italian)
out of print
The 2016-2017 edition of most complete paper pocket guide to the art world. A selection of art events, an art fairs agenda and listings from more than 50 countries.