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2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
forthcoming
The second issue of the magazine FREEING (Our Bodies) is dedicated to the musical work of Frédéric Acquaviva: some forty prestigious contributors (Jean-François Bory, Broutin, Laurent Cauwet, Henri Chopin, Jacques Donguy, Michel Giroud, Bernard Heidsieck, Joël Hubaut, Dorothy Iannone, Otto Muehl, Virgile Novarina, ORLAN, Jean-Luc Parant…) examine and pay tribute to this original creator through poetic texts, portraits, drawings, photographs, interviews, chronicles…

2018
French edition
forthcoming
The penultimate issue of Frédéric Acquaviva's audio / video hybrid magazine is dedicated to the works of Frédéric Acquaviva, Isidore Isou, and Orlan. It includes a CD of Isou's last sound work from 2006 and a DVD featuring performances by Orlan, Acquaviva, Isou, Sharif-Sky Mathius, Jeremiah Runnels, Mats Lindström, Jean-Paul Curtay…

Avant-gardes
2018
bilingual edition (texts in French and Portuguese)
forthcoming
Special issue dedicated to Brazilian poet Augusto de Campos.

2018
French edition (texts in English and French)
A graphic examination of white in its entirety: as a matter, a surface, a space, a light, a movement, an idea.

2018
English edition
Artforum invited Ken Okiishi, Jacolby Satterwhite, and Paul McCarthy to reflect on the work of Bruce Nauman in honor of his first comprehensive retrospective in 25 years; Sam McKinniss on the art of John Waters; Alejandro Segade on queer Chicanx zines; Lynne Cook on Anni Albers; Madeleine Schwartz on the 10th Berlin Biennale; plus reviews from Paris, Riga, Milan, Zurich, and more.

2018
English edition
This issue of Cura. asks the question: how can we be revolutionary? Through a kaleidoscopic range of visions, images and actions, artists figure out the production of a new social body and challenge the establishment. With: Alex Da Corte; Jeremy Deller's Social Parade; Simon Castets; Martha Wilson's performances; Petra Cortright on Paul Chan; interview with Jamian Juliano-Villani by Hans Ulrich Obrist; conversations between and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané and Rivet, Jean-Marie Appriou and Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel, Sophia Al-Maria and Lena Saraj; Ramaya Tegegne…

2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
The sculptures of Kathleen Ryan, by Andrew Berardini; Zoë Paul; the emo-romantic turn, by Michal Novotný; the experimental theatre of Reza Abdoh; Jennifer Bolande by Marie de Brugerolle; Virgil Abloh; Takesada Matsutani by Hans Ulrich Obrist; women artists in the Middle-East, by Omar Kholeif; Phoebe Berglund & Madeline Hollander; exhibition making in the Anthropocene, by Chris Sharp; João Laia by Joshua Simon…

2018
bilingual edition (English / German)
Special 1980's Issue: artist/activist collective Gran Fury; Liam Gillick; Philippe Thomas; London “style bible” magazines The Face and i-D; Bob Nickas; interview with Pippa Garner; the music criticism of American Spycho's Patrick Bateman; Rosemarie Trockel; 80s Vienna art scene; Mathieu Copeland on post-modernism; Helene Winer; Ericka Beckman; Jean Baudrillard: the signature thinker of the 80s…

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Artistic practices and psychotropic drugs: a recent history of psilocybe in art; Nan Goldin; Bryan Lewis Saunders: self-portraits under the influence; Colleen Wolstenholme; Jeremy Shaw; Christian Skjødt; reviews and selected publications…

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
On the occasion of his carte blanche at the Palais de Tokyo (from 17 October 2018 to 6 January 2019), the artist Tomás Saraceno is the guest editor-in-chief of issue 28 of the magazine Palais.

2018
French edition
Visions of Apocalypse.

2018
English edition
Artforum invited Catherine Damman, Dorothea Rockburne, La Monte Young, Carolee Schneemann and others to reflect on the Judson Dance Theater in honor of their forthcoming exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. Editor-in-chief David Velasco on the art of Adrian Piper, Solveig Nelson on the holographs of Simone Forti, special projects by Awol Erizku and the Women's History Museum, Marilyn Minter shares her Top Ten, plus Fall Previews, looking ahead at 40 exhibitions worldwide and much more.

2018
English edition
From Audra Wolowiec's activation through caretaking of Ann Hamilton's Guggenheim show to the collaboratively written fiction of Shelly Oria and Nelly Reifler, Bomb #145 seeks to reconfigure our ideas of authorship, participation, and other willful acts of co-presentation. This issue also has additional features and new literature from J.P. Sniadecki, Las Nietas de Nonó, Sherwin Bitsui, Diana Hamilton, Bomb's 2018 poetry contest winner, Savannah Cooper-Ramsey, and many others.

2018
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…

2018
English edition
Issue coedited with Rachel O'Dwyer, media and communications Research Fellow at Trinity College Dublin; interviews with Olivier Sarrouy, Furtherfield (Ruth Catlow & Marc Garrett), Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst, Martín Nadal, Ami Clarke, Sarah Friend; A token called ART; How is the Blockchain Transforming the Art World?; reports on the Meta.Morf 2018 – the 5th Trondheim Biennale, and Transmediale 2018.

2018
English edition
PARIS, LA 16—a tenth anniversary special—focuses on the dual themes of fashion and writing.

2018
French edition
Stage director Léa Drouet; “Cut-up nation” by Fanny Taillandier; the figure of the witch, by essayist Mona Chollet; interviews with Christophe Honoré, Véréna Paravel & Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Læticia Dosch; literary collective Wu Ming; Showmen's life in today's France; the rave scene in Georgia; portraits of Debra Granik, Simon Fisher Turner, Nicolas Daubanes; drones and corporeality: an interview with choreographer Éric Minh Cuong Castaing by philosopher Armen Khatchatourov; portfolios by Julien Carreyn and Jack Bool…

2018
French edition
Acousmatic Striptease, a performative text by Thibault Walter; Musique Action 2018; improvised music in the Netherlands; Ring-Modulation #28 by Kasper T. Toeplitz; interviews with Marisa Andersaon, Peter Ablinger, Christine Wodrascka; carte blanche to Richard Bokhobza and Thomas B.; chronicles and disc reviews…

2018
French edition
A collective reflection on the legacy of Max Neuhaus, the pionneer figure of sound installation art.

2018
English edition
22 new dreamlike (or nightmarish) living tableaux by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.

2018
English edition
Limited edition, with an exclusive Toilet Paper puzzle.

2018
bilingual edition (English / Japanese)
On the occasion of this 13th issue, the Japanese artist asked 46 participating artists to cultivate a hyacinth, and to give an account of this experience through artistic gestures, including paintings, photographs, poetry, haiku, essays, and observation diaries (with Yukinori Maeda, Masanao Hirayama, Benjamin Sommerhalder, Susan Cianciolo…).

2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
The relation between crime and power through the lens of archives. Featuring: William Friedkin, Stasi Archive, La Notte, The Secret Life Of Elena Ferrari, Giorgio De Chirico On World War One, The Jonestown Massacre, Marco Malvaldi on suicide, Danse Macabre by Alberto Martini, Phone Taping Vertigo on Aldo Moro. Great thought by Elio Petri On Police Power, Cold Balkan Blood by Ana Blagojevic, Professor Andrea Pinotti on the shroud, Brad Feuerhelm on anxiety and photography, Howard Bingham: The Invisible Photographer and Michael Salu on private pictures from the first Gulf War.

2018
The ToiletMartin PaperParr wall calendar 2019 features photographs conceived by Martin Parr, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, a back-to-back of images made in collaboration between the three artists. In a hotly anticipated follow-up to the first ToiletMartin PaperParr magazine, this calendar presents a selection of the best images conceived by the three artists.

2018
English edition
Bettina Funcke on how appropriation became cultural appropriation; Mary Flanagan on the history of Virtual Reality art since the cave paintings; Pablo Baler on Bio-Politics, Bio-Tech, Bio-Art and Bio-Fiction; James Gill on the death of subculture in the 21st century; image spreads by artist David Mramor and microdosing pioneer Paul Austin, plus much more.

2018
English edition
Interviews with Chris Martin, Cy Gavin, Tauba Auerbach, Sam Hillmer, Amy Jenkins, Florian Meisenberg, John Akomfrah, Simone Forti, Ottessa Moshfegh, Anna Moschovakis…

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
The first issue of the “perpetual catalog” of Le Consortium, at the dawn of the fifth decade of the art center.

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Peeping Tom's Digest is an experimental, empirical and subjective publication dedicated to contemporary artistic practices. This issue, dedicated to Paris, teases out an offbeat and distanced portrait of the Parisian and French scene

2018
French edition
Edgar Varese, Francois Tusques, Tristan Tzara, Thomas Bonvalet, Nick Cave, interview with saxophonist Harutaka Mochizuki by Guillaume Belhomme, 90 book and music reviews.

2018
French edition
Illustrator Soufiane Ababri; novelist Fanny Taillandier; a critic of the Anthropocene by historian Jean-Baptiste Fressoz; interviews with Lav Diaz and Gurshad Shaheman; models' rights advocacy organization Model Law; on the back side of Naoshima; dubbing in Quebec; Arles and the money issue; portraits of Maud le Pladec and Èlg; Portfolios of Marie Valognes, Mimosa Echard, Louis Canadas & Theophile Hermand; Gabriel Gauthier's poetry; chronicles and diary.

2018
French edition
Nina Garcia, Clark Gable, the music of Jacob Ullmann, the end of musical boundaries by Kasper T. Toeplitz, a text by Jean-Léon Pallandre, interviews with Thomas Bonvalet (Ocelle Mare) and Emmanuel Lalande (PiedNu), chronicles and disc reviews…

2018
English edition
Artforum invited a group of writers, scholars, and activists—Adrian Piper, Michelle M. Wright, Charles W. Mills, J. M. Bernstein, Boaventura de Sousa Santos, MTL Collective and Jasbir K. Puar, and Sarah Nicole Prickett—to consider where, who, and when is Enlightenment; a series of essays on the late David Wojnarowicz + transcripts of the artist's audio diary and a portfolio of rare images; interview with Renzo Piano; Texas Isaiah; Michael Pareköwhai; Eugene Jarecki's The King; reviews from New York, Paris, São Paulo, New Delhi…

2018
English edition
Cura. yearlong investigation into the body continues. This issue is devoted to different artistic experiences and practices—crossing generations, time, space, and media—revolving around the boundaries, powers, forms and interpretations of the body that exist within the present world (Amalia Ulman; Hannah Levy; Lynn Hershman Leeson; Prem Sahib; Celia Hempton; three essays on the dancing body, the loving body, and the collective body…).

2018
English edition
Climate change and land art in the American West; restoring the Lo Manthang temples in Nepal; Museums and the logic of social media; interviews with Torbjørn Rødland, Jason Moran; fashion designer Martin Margiela celebrated in two Parisian exhibitions; on Brazilian women artists; portfolio by photographer Wiktoria Wojciechowska…

2018
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.

2018
English edition
This 4th issue of the anthropology journal explores the tension between indeterminacy and narrative in archaeology and art.

2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Kris Lemsalu by Andrew Berardini; Mitch Speed on the anti-power of the found object; an essay on photography and Instagram by Nick Currie; Sabrina Tarasoff on Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center; Ana Teixeira Pinto on futurisms; the Women's History Museum; Ericka Beckman, Dara Birnbaum, Lynn Hershman Leeson in conversation with Emily Watlington; Bouchra Khalili; Kate Newby…

2018
bilingual edition (English / German)
This issue is about the return of the family in neoliberalism, the influence of the political right on the arts, about #metoo, indie and Édouard Glissant, about young rappers and life in the commune. With Otto Muehl, Sandra Mujinga, Christoph Schlingensief, Anselm Franke, Aria Dean, Yewande Omotoso, Alison Gingeras, Seth Meyers, Liam Gillick, Dean Kissick, Alice Creischer, and many more.

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Space as a privileged place to think and question our place in the world.

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Issues 13 to 15 of the critical review dedicated to graphic design. Compilation includes studies on Peter Bil'ak's essay on the exhibition of graphic design; the posters produced by M/M (Paris) for CDDB-Théâtre de Lorient; and the collaboration between studio Spassky Fischer and Marseille's MUCEM.

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
J.G. Ballard, Nicolas Ballet, Alexandra Bircken, Jimmy Desana, James Horton, Ana Jotta, Martin Laborde, Jonathan Martin, Sibylle De Laurens, Pascaline Morincôme, Clément Roussier, Catherine Roudé, Marion Scemama, William J. Simmons, Sabrina Tarasoff, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Charles Veyron, David Wojnarowicz.

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Issue #27 of Palais is devoted to the exhibition “Another banana day for the dream-fish” at the Palais de Tokyo (June-September 2018). This exhibition brings together the works of some thirty artists and craftsmen on the theme of childhood fantasy.

2018
English edition
Summer previews (Charles White at the Art Institute of Chicago; Bodys Isek Kingelez at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Diamond Stingily at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami; Michael Jackson at the National Portrait Gallery, London; Anna Boghiguian at the Museum der Moderne, Salzburg; Xu Bing at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing…), Harry Cooper on Ellsworth Kelly's Austin, Chloe Wyma introduces Ebecho Muslimova, Superpower: Hannah Black on Black Panther, Tectonic Arts: Frank Gehry talks with Julian Rose, and more.

2018
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…

2018
English edition
Exploring the potentialities of virtual reality: with Björk VR experiments; sound and VR; Michel Chion; interviews with Molleindustria, Viktor Timofeev, David Guez, Boštjan Čadež, Naotaka Fujii + Grinder-Man + Evala, WonJik Yang; reports on Temblor – 13 Bienal de Arte Mediales, and Gamerz 13 – Techno-esoteric visions…

2018
French edition
Special issue dedicated to the May 1968 events in France, including texts by Paul Ardenne, Jacques Donguy, Victor Muñoz, Giovanni Fontana, Charles Dreyfus, Julien Blaine, an interview with Daniel Cohn-Bendit… Also on this issue: a special feature on Sociological art.

2018
French edition
Performer Anne Lise Le Gac; philosopher Daniel Adjerad; interviews with Rodrigo García and Oneohtrix Point Never; taxidermy and contemporary art; Cosey Fanni Tutti; the portrait of performer Pamina de Coulon; No Paraderan by choreographer Marco Berrettini; New York East Village; South India's film industry…

2018
French edition
Initiales, the art and research magazine published by the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Lyon, dedicates its eleventh issue to a major figure of contemporary sculpture, Isa Genzken.

2018
texts in English and French
Music video culture.

2018
English edition
Rachel Churner on the art of Barbara Hammer, James Quandt on the films of Lucrecia Martel, Sarah K. Rich & Amy Sillman on Laura Owens, Kazuyo Sejima talks with Julian Rose on museum architecture, Melissa Anderson on Sophie Fiennes’s Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami, Tobi Haslett on Mark E. Smith, plus reviews from Paris, London, Los Angeles, Berlin, Mumbai, Istanbul, Chicago, and more.