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2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
forthcoming
The fourth issue of the annual research book-magazine at the intersection of architecture, art and economy, explores the figure of the living as the key to contemporary challenges. Contributions by experts in different fields of knowledge offers the opportunity to rethink our relationship to the ecosystem and the new technologies, and to bring forward the essential notion of cohabitation.

2017
French edition (texts in English and French)
13th issue of the monomaniac, thematic, artisanal and transversal magazine dedicated to drawing (contributions by twenty contemporary artists: Etel Adnan, Dike Blair, Thomas Huber, Dorothy Iannone, Mathias Kiss, Tiziana La Melia, Stéphane Lecomte, Jan Melka, Mario Milizia, Francis Picabia, Vimala Pons, Laure Prouvost, Louise Sartor, Ashley Hans Scheirl, Alice Wietzel...).

2017
English edition
Artforum looks at Russia and the Art of Revolution: A century after the Soviet uprising of October 1917, Matthew S. Witkovsky, Devin Fore, and Owen Hatherley look back—and forward—at the fate of radical culture, utopia, and politics; architect David Adjaye talks about design, culture, and society; Ina Blom on Ed Atkins and the science of weather simulation; and more.

2017
English edition
Cura's new issue connects the different sections with one common thread: the machine as a possibility or as a threat. The magazine also extends its “Inside the Cover” section with three essays on this issue's cover artist, Max Hooper Schneider. Plus: Sam Lewitt on Michael Asher's 1991 exhibition at Le Consortium in Dijon ; interviews with John Bock, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Kenric McDowell, Bailey Scieszka ; David Horvitz in conversation with Margot Norton ; Nicolas Deshayes' sculptures ; Pakui Hardware ; Haroon Mirza's visual essay ; Bruno Zhu…

2017
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…

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Interviews with Frieda Toranzo Jaeger, Rana Hamadeh, Aria Dean, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Lin Ke, Yasunao Tone, Timothée Calame, Sara Deraedt; round-table on the relations between art, dance, and theater; Yann Chateigné's notes on time; Kathy Noble on institutional trauma; Jens Hoffmann, Candice Hopkins, Chus Martínez, and Ingo Niermann on issues related to cultural appropriation; Sofia Stevi by Andrew Berardini; conversation with Liz Craft and Stanya Kahn; the use of augmented reality in arts; round-table on performance studies; Hendrik Folkerts on monumentalization.

2017
bilingual edition (English / German)
This issue of Spike looks at the real as a fault-line of art and a utopian horizon of its agency. Welcome to the oasis of the real (featuring Francesco Vezzoli, Maria Hassabi, Asad Raza, Emily Jacir, Wayne Koestenbaum, Gabi Ngcobo, Tristan Garcia, Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff…)!

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
This issue addresses the shiver and explores the affective dimension in the field of art. With: Aseman Sabet on Stendhal syndrome; poetic images and waking dreams in contemporary art; the aesthetic shudder, from Nietzsche to Castellucci; Anicka Yi; Myriam Lefkowitz; interview with Sophie Jodoin; the Venice Biennale and Manif d'art 8; reviews and selected publications…

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
On the occasion of her carte blanche at the Palais de Tokyo from 18 October 2017 to 7 January 2018, French artist Camille Henrot is the guest editor-in-chief of this issue 26 of the magazine Palais, devoted entirely to the exhibition “Days are Dogs.”

2017
French edition
Espace(s) is self-defined as a laboratory notebook whose aim is to gather the literary and scientific worlds through the exploration of a theme linked to outer space. This issue explores the vast regions of lightness with an ensemble of textual and visual contributions by artists, historians, scientifics, and writers.

2017
French edition
Second issue dedicated to the notion of risk in art, together with a booklet celebrating the 100th anniversary of Fountain, the iconic work by Duchamp. The magazine also features tributes to two recently deceased artists, Gusztav Metzger and Felipe Ehrenberg.

2017
English edition
In their September 2017 issue Artforum look ahead at 40 exhibitions worldwide, Huey Copeland and Frank Wilkerson on museums, monuments, and race, reviews on the 57th Venice Biennale, Documenta 14, and Skulptur Projekte Münster, Amy Taubin on Top of the Lake: China Girl, and more.

2017
English edition
Interviews with Amit Dutta, Lisa Sanditz, Nina Katchadourian, Anoka Faruqee & Michelle Grabner, Suzanne Bocanegra, Adrienne Truscott, Marcus Steinweg, Mike Wallace, Lucy Ives; portfolio by Renee Gladman; a text by Kristen Gleason, the winner of BOMB's 2017 Fiction Contest; an essay by Jennifer Kabat; Édouard Louis's “New York diary”; books and shows reviews, and more.

2017
English edition
Four artistic destinies at the heart of the Tiananmen Square protests; Hudson Yards, Manhattan; Todd Haynes's Wonderstruck; London's museums and the British gay history; American women artists in the Age of Trump; Paris's museums get hooked on all things biological; Mexico City artists beyond modern traditions; interviews with Camille Henrot and Liz Glynn; portfolio by Li Ran; “Negative” section with the Seagram building's new restaurants, a farewell to Colette, Gustavo Dudamel, and more.

2017
English edition
22 new dreamlike (or nightmarish) living tableaux by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.

2017
English edition
last available copies!
Limited edition, accompanied with an exclusive Toilet Paper satin scarf.

2017
French edition
Harmony Korine, Tokyo collective Chim Pom, Lascaux 4, the revival of a Basque village, portraits of Théo Mercier and Mohamed El Khatib, interviews with SMITH, David Dufresne, Tania Bruguera, and Karim Moussaoui, Braguino by Clément Cogitore, analysis, exhibitions, and portfolios by Hannah Whitaker and Stefano Marchionini.

2017
French edition
Spring / summer issue of the French magazine dedicated to contemporary art, photography, and fashion, edited by Guillaume de Sardes: “writers and photographers”—a special feature with Maxime Du Camp, Claude Simon, Hervé Guibert, Denis Roche, Jacques Henric, and Alain Fleischer; artistic journeys in China; portraits and interviews, photo creations…

2017
temporarily out of stock
The 2018 Toilet Paper wall calendar features photographs conceived by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari taken from their image-only magazine.

2017
texts in English and French
10 exhibition reviews, 7 interviews, 10 exhibitions in pictures, some artists special projects, and the chronicles (Raymond Pettibon, Herzog & de Meuron, Wade Guyton, Bruno Serralongue, Richard Phillips, Suzanne Koller, Bruno Gironcoli, Joe Bradley, Bertrand Lavier, John Currin, Marina Faust…).

2017
English edition
Special anniversary edition, featuring 50 monographic stories from the magazine's past issues, in addition to a 30+page commissioned project by conceptual artist Martine Syms.

2017
English edition
Propaganda issue, with Italian sociologist and marketing strategist Andrea Natella as special editor: interviews with Natella, Fatima Al Qadiri, Brandalism, Jonas Staal; Is there something outside the hyperstition? On accelerationism and propaganda; Mapping the “Alt-Right;” Insider Trading Terrorism; Bello Figo, the Italian Pop Star of Over-Identification; reports from WRO 2017 Biennale and Transmediale 2017.

2017
bilingual edition (English / German)
Diaphanes is a new bilingual English-German quarterly magazine with a focus on contemporary art, critical discourse, and multilingual fiction. This 2nd issue is dedicated thematically to the conjunctive binding of individuals within groups, collectives and swarms in the interplay between art and society, utopia and theater (with Artur Żmijewski, Mohamed Bourouissa, Jelili Atiku, Aernout Mik, Alexander García Düttmann, Mário Gomes, Eric Baudelaire, Agnieszka Kurant, Beni Bischof, Public Movement, Ann Cotten, Diane Williams, Stephen Barber, Clémentine Deliss, Milo Rau).

2017
French edition
Kiev, refuge of Donbass artists; the spoken-word scene in London; the Choreographic Coding Labs; Porto's artistic scene; interview with Roger Ballen; electro music artist Actress; writer Charles Robinson; Charlemagne Palestine; autopilot and creation; Europe, mon Amour, by the Birgit Ensemble; portfolio by Richard J.Butler and Harvey Benge.

2017
French edition
Researcher Juliette Volcler on sound in public space; on identities and influences in music; an essay by Kasper Toeplitz; carte blanche to Patrick Renaud; Summer festivals, disc reviews, and more.

2017
English edition
The fourth issue of Art Against Art is looking at the change in temperature that has occured since last fall and the challenges art faces such as the rise in nativism in the West, the naissance of the influence of A.I. in art and the growing influence of the Chinese art market.

2017
English edition
A special issue on “The Politics of Everyday Life,” which asks, how does the political reveal itself in quotidian experience—its images, its forms, its events? Featuring responses by Silvia Federici, Simon Critchley, Julie Ault, Mariel O. Wilson, and others; a roundtable on cultural appropriation; Mimi Thi Nguyen on the politics of the hijab; plus Summer reading recommendations, Peter Eleey on Trisha Brown, Murtaza Vali on the Sharjah Biennial, Luke Skrebowski on Robert Rauschenberg, and much more.

2017
English edition
A special issue dedicated to John Giorno, in the framework of Ugo Rondinone's exhibition “I Love John Giorno” in New York.

2017
English edition
Cura #25 Summer issue celebrates its special edition, dedicated to 25 (+1) outstanding protagonists of the contemporary art scene, selected among the most interesting female artists of the new generation. A collectible and celebratory issue!

2017
English edition
Modernist master Florine Stettheimer; South Korea's gangster cinema; saving the National Endowment for the Arts; interviews with Charline Von Heyl and Christodoulos Panayiotou; “Negative” section with Rei Kawakubo, Eurovision, Macron, and more; reviews and summer's agenda; portfolio by Jane Chang Mi…

2017
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.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Kathy Noble on narcissism in recent art; Robert Barry on Erkki Kurenniemi; John Knight; Seth Price; Julia Weist & Nestor Siré; Johannes Paul Raether; Yan Xing; Trix + Robert Haussmann; Kevin Jerome Everson; Leilah Weinraub; Lantian Xie; Basma Alsharif; Duane Linklater; Robertas Narkus; “Let's Make Protest Great Again” by Jens Hoffmann; “Weeping, Dreaming, Fucking, Laughing. This Is How Some Revolutions Get Started” by Andrew Berardini.

2017
bilingual edition (English / German)
This first issue features a special section dedicated to the work of Pierre Guyotat, including excerpts, an interview with Donatien Grau and drawings by Paul McCarthy. Also in this issue: Mike Wilson; Ute Holl; Haus Am Gern; Aya Momose; Mário Gomes; Marcus Quent; Julien Maret; Jason Swartz; Julian Röder; Peter Ott; Tyler Coburn; Francisco Sierras Malerei; Yves Netzhammer; Giovanna Marmo; Luc Meresma…

2017
bilingual edition (English / German)
The future of the exhibition space; virtual reality; Documenta 14 in Athens; Liam Gillick on Rirkrit Tiravanija's “untitled (1992) free”; Q&A with Benjamin H. Bratton, Adriana Lara, and Rózca Farkas; Karen Kilimnik by Barry Schwabsky; images contributed by Elad Lassry, Sophie von Hellermann, GCC, Alex Da Corte; reviews from Austria, Berlin, Switzerland, Brussels, Paris, New York, and Los Angeles…

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
Sculpture in a Digital World: “Digital Fabrications”; “Assembling the Post-Fordist Social Factory”; “Sculptors And Technology: Beyond The Digital”; Null Object: Gustav Metzger Thinks About Nothing by London Fieldworks; Jesse Colin Jackson's Marching Cubes; the 3D Additivist Cookbook; interviews with Grégory Chatonsky & Dominique Sirois, Erika Lincoln; the 6th edition of La Littorale; reviews and selected publications…

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
The magazine of Palais de Tokyo is devoting its issue # 25 to the exhibition “Le Rêve des formes” (The Dream of Forms), dedicated to the relations between science and contemporary art. The exhibition is presented at the Palais de Tokyo from June 14 to September 10, 2017, and organised on the occasion of the twentieth birthday of Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains.

2017
French edition
The second issue of the French magazine dedicated to jazz and experimental music. Featuring: John Stevens, Bertrand Denzler, Piero Manzoni, Michel Henritzi, Ignaz Schick, Arthur Doyle's Nature Boy, contributions by David Toop, Luc Bouquet, Pierre Cécile, Philippe Robert, Guillaume Tarche, Guillaume Belhomme, and more than 60 reviews.

2017
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…

2017
English edition
Gagarin's final issue, featuring original texts by James Welling, Yuki Okumura, Kapwani Kiwanga, Fabio Zimbres, João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva, Kasper Bosmans, Eric Baudelaire, Ieva Miseviciute.

2017
English edition
Interviews with Florian Hecker, Ben Bogart, Jonas Lund, Gene Kogan, Eric Drass; AI representation in Black Mirror TV series; Machine Fallibility and Emergent Weirdness; Burak Arikan's Data Asymmetries; the “Fear and Love” exhibition at London's Design Museum…

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
The magazine dedicated to drawing makes its comeback with nine long-length interviews with Sarah Tritz, Maximage, Ernest T. (Taroop & Glabel), Masanao Hirayama, les éditions Matière, Aidan Koch, Yannick Val Gesto, Stefanie Leinhos, and Galerie 126.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
Elise Duryee-Browner / Angela Davis and Gina Dent's conference in Paris / Georgia Sagri at documenta 14 / interview with Ilaria Bussoni / Georges Didi-Huberman at Jeu de Paume / Tobias Madison on the film Two A.M. by Loretta Fahrenholz / Amelie von Wulffen / Yuki Kimura / “The Color Line: African-American Artists and Segregation” at Musée du Quai Branly / Morag Keil / Greg Parma Smith / Carole Boulbès on Picabia's retrospectives in Zurich and New York / Short Story, Jeanne Graff / Weather Report / Jean-Luc Moulène / Bernadette Corporation.

2017
French edition
First of two issues dedicated to the notion of risk in art.

2017
French edition
Vinyl made in France; artists from the French foreign legion; legal artist squats in Paris; interviews with Romeo Castellucci, Patrick Boucheron, Ismaïl Bahri, Alain Della Negra & Kaori Kinoshita; Oona Doherty; Sophie Perez & Xavier Boussiron; New York free jazz icon Annette Peacock; violent sculpting with Anita Molinero, Stéphanie Cherpin, and Daiga Grantina; portfolio by Antoine Bruy, Johanna Benaïnous & Elsa Parra.

2017
French edition
An illustrated almanac on arts, science, and society, dedicated to the wise men and the fools.

2017
texts in English and French
This issue dedicated to Jamaican music studies presents and analyses the main characteristic features of these musical forms—from riddims to sound systems—and their associated issues—from culture to slackness. The publication features nine articles and twelve book reviews written by leading world experts (including 7 Jamaican researchers). Watch out Babylon!

2017
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
This issue dedicated to documenta 14 addresses themes, artists, and projects spanning between Athens and Kassel. Including: Moyra Davey by Quinn Latimer; Vivian Suter & Elisabeth Sussman; Roee Rosen; “Preliminary notes for a Black manifesto” by Rasheed Araeen; Khvay Samnang “; The Globalised Museum?” by Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung; articles by Kirsty Bell, Irena Haiduk, Pierre Bal-Blanc, Neni Panourgiá, Dieter Roelstraete, and more.

2017
bilingual edition (English / German)
Spike #51 raises the question of the social role of art, and many more, with: Grzegorz Kowalski; Bob Flanagan's Visiting Hours; Angela Bulloch on Damien Hirst; Cyprien Gaillard's Desniansky Raion; a roundtable with Chus Martínez, Michaela Meise and Dieter Lesage; Dorothea Von Hantelmann; Kenny Schachter; Daniel Baumann; the portraits of Dorothy Iannone, Tetsumi Kudo, and Marie Angeletti; an interview with Josef Strau; an essay by Jan Verwoert; the TV series The Crown; Andrew Berardini on Jimmie Durham's retrospective in LA…

2017
bilingual edition (English / Chinese)
Somewhere in between a magazine issue, an artist's book and a research report, this Kaleidoscope Asia Special edition with guest-editor Simon Denny revolves around a new project by the New Zealand artist set in the Chinese city of Shenzhen.

2017
French edition
Interviews with Dominique Grimaud by Philippe Robert, and Noël Akchoté by Kasper T. Toeplitz; Jérôme Noetinger; the Japanese musical scene by Jacques Debout and Michel Henritzi, visual contribution by Marie Combe, tribute to Bobby Bradford, Fred Van Hove by Gérard Rouy, Italy and the work of Attila & Jacopo Faravelli by Jean-Kristoff Camps…

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