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(SIC)
 

Brussels
(SIC) is an annual Belgian magazine adopting a specific art history approach to deal with modern and contemporary art.
The eponymous association also publishes theoretical books, monographs and artist's books (see the corresponding publisher's page).
 
2015
French edition
This seventh issue gathers six polymorphic texts about the many aspects of drunkenness and intoxication in art and society (with Sébastien S. Th. Biset, Antoine Boute, Emmanuel Giraud, Pierre Hemptinne, Tom Marioni, Véronique Nahoum-Grappe).

2015
English edition
“Livre VI” of the (SIC) journal takes the form of a book by Dutch-speaking Belgian philosopher Dieter Lesage (director of RITS | School of Arts). “Art, Research and Politics. Essays in Curatorial Criticism (1999-2014)” spans fifteen years of Lesage's critical interventions in the field of art, politics, and culture, analyzing and unraveling curatorial rhetorics and strategies which during that period marked the so-called art world.

2012
French edition
The reception of Jean-Luc Godard's oeuvre by American visual artists.

2012
French edition
Andy Warhol special issue.

2009
French edition
out of print
How does the concept of situation enrich the syntax of contemporary art? Which perspectives sketch today this question? Six essays, with a graphic intervention by Vaast Colson.

2007
French edition
last available copies!
The question of the body in the field of cinema, with a special project by David Claerbout.

2006
French edition
out of print
Five essays, with a special project by Olivier Foulon.