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…
is an international quarterly 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.