Formed in 2016 as the collaborative platform of composer Justin Hicks and artist Steffani Jemison, Mikrokosmos mines the history of Black music. This ongoing project has manifested in many forms: workshop, study session, concert, listening session, book, prompt, score. “Another time, this time, one time,” the first Mikrokosmos LP, uses Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson's “We Almost Lost Detroit” (1977) as the raw material for R&B songwriting.
This publication brings together the source material that has informed
Marclay's visual practice over the past few years. It gathers nearly 300
black & white xeroxes of found image collages
compiled with the help of graphic designer Laurent
The masterpieces of classical antiquity revisited by Daniel Arsham: pursuing his fictitious archaeological approach, the American artist offers through his reappropriation of the Venus de Milo or Michelangelo's Moses a reflection on our relationship to time.
Contributions by Laura Owens, Daehyung Lee, Alvin Li, Catherine Malabou, Daniel Baumann, Ubermorgen, Walter Van Beirendonck, Mark von Schlegel, Cao Fei & Hou Hanru, Dean Kissick, Bianca Heuser, Ingo Niermann, Victoria Campbell, Enis Maci...
Summer issue inclues interviews with Amoako Boafo, Nicolas Party, Brenda Goodman, Odili Donald Odita, Jenny Offill, Craig Taborn, Ricardo Phillips, and Jibz Cameron; poetry by Safia Elhillo and Nathaniel Mackey; prose by Lydia Davis, Marie-Helene Bertino, and Saidiya Hartman; and more.
This Zine contains a selection of Dash Snow's critical Dada-esque collages, which range from cum-glittered tabloid covers starring Saddam Hussein to straight text pieces to sculptural works composed of items like books and skeletal fragments; and a smattering of the photographs and Polaroids that originally made Snow famous outside of street art culture, where he began writing graffiti.
Les presses du réel – Art History – Œuvres en sociétés
An in-depth study of the diorama in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century, a place for the creation and mediation of knowledge but also for the political construction of history, between art, anthropology and natural sciences.
Presented as a work-in-progress, this text on American artist Rindon
Johnson's video practice offers a reflection on the widening creative
possibilities in the multimodal digital landscape, while discussing the
political and personal aspirations of a new generation of artists and
For its 150th issue, BOMB has redesigned its flagship print magazine. This design reaffirms its mandate to deliver the artist's voice, supporting the vital discourse that appears in BOMB with vivid imagery and innovative juxtapositions that encourage dialogue across the arts—from conversations between artists, writers, and performers to exciting literature. BOMB presents exchanges in their formative state: revelatory, fluid, and iconoclastic.
Full transcript of Mekas's Lithuania and the Collapse
of the USSR: a five-hour-long film made up of footage from US television newscasts covering the independence of Lithuania and the collapse of the Soviet Union.