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Flash Art #336 – Fall 2021 – Ultra Bodies Ultra Species

 - Flash Art #336
This issue inaugurating the fall season aims to reflect and expand on the concept of biodiversity in nowadays' visual arts. Trying to expand the notion of biodiversity, it means in a way thinking on it as a growth of ecosystem productivity, where each species has an important role to play. From technology, the AI, the "molecular turn", etc—all essential players within a huge number of artists productions. Spanning from different researches and approaches all artists involved in this issue, titled "Ultra Bodies Ultra Species", are designing a new scenario of the art world.
Featuring: Pamela Rosenkranz by Nicolas Bourriaud, Agnieszka Kurant, Chitra Ganesh, Pan Daijing, Sex Ecologies: A New Consciousness by Mariana Lemos, Simone Forti, Kalpavriksha for Little Richard: Recent Developments in Artificial Intelligence as they Pertain to Social Imagination by Jared Madere, Nour Mobarak, The Cure of the Mind: On Taloi Havini's Answer to the Call by Chus Martínez, Free My Mind, Artpop: You Make My Heart Stop (For Lady Gaga) by William J. Simmons, Carol Bove, Virgil Abloh...
Flash Art is a contemporary art and culture magazine (and a publishing platform) founded in 1967. Within a decade, it became an indispensable point of reference for artists, critics, collectors, galleries, and institutions. In 2020, Flash Art became a quarterly publication, at the same time increasing its trim size and updating its graphic identity. The magazine offers a fresh perspective on the visual arts, covering a range of transdisciplinary approaches and fostering in-depth analyses of artist practices and new cultural directions. Today, Flash Art remains required reading for all who navigate the international art scene.
Flash Art is known for it covers featuring artists who subsequently become leading figures in the art world. The magazine includes photoshoots, productions, critical essays, monographic profiles, conversations with emerging and established artists, and a range of ongoing and thematic columns that change every few years. The long history of the magazine is also highlighted by pivotal texts from the archive that are included in the publication time to time. Finally, every issue offers a highly curated selection of the best institutional exhibitions on the global scene.
published in September 2021
English edition
22,5 x 29 cm (softcover)
264 pages (color & b/w ill.)
in stock

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