Ça m'est égal: The Involution of Desire
Estelle Hoy; Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou review the oeuvre of Hervé Guibert; Julien Nguyen by
Mónica Belevan; Andrew Berardini
pens his alliance with artist, writer, and Semiotext(e)
coeditor Hedi El Kholti through his manifold projects; Dora Budor revisits Tsai Ming-liang
's filmic production; Wendy Vogel retraces the history and practice of artist and writer Rosemary Mayer (1943–2014), one of the founding members of A.I.R., New York's first all-women cooperative gallery; Carolyn Lazard by
Richard Birkett; Vietnamese-born filmmaker and cofounder of The Propeller Group Tuan Andrew Nguyen converses with Rahel Aima; following her research on Post-Performance Painting, Marie de Brugerolle
focuses on a group of artists whose practices have bloomed in parallel...
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