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Spike Art Quarterly #53 - Autumn 2017

THE REAL doesn’t exist in a vacuum but is shaped by desire and ideology, fiction and art. Its borders are indistinct, its appeal dubious, its essence elusive. Maybe we live in a simulation. When’s the last time you experienced a glitch? Sometimes another reality intrudes into the one we thought we knew and changes us forever. This issue of Spikelooks at the real as a fault-line of art and a utopian horizon of its agency. Welcome to the oasis of the real!

9.50 EUR

e-flux journal. What's Love (or Care, Intimacy, Warmth, Affection) Got to Do with It?

Author: Julieta Aranda, Brian Kuan Wood, Stephen Squibb, Anton Vidokle (eds.)
Title: e-flux journal. What's Love (or Care, Intimacy, Warmth, Affection) Got to Do with It?
Publisher: Sternberg Press
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints, Theory & Philosophy
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It is often said that we no longer have an addressee for our political demands. But that’s not true. We have each other. What we can no longer get from the state, the party, the union, the boss, we ask for from one another.

In our present times—post-human, post-reality, or maybe pre-internet, post-it, pre-collapse, pre-fabricated by algorithms—what does love have to do with it? Since 2009, need and care and desire and admiration have been cross-examined, called as witness, put on parole, and made the subject of caring inquiry by e-flux journal authors. These writings have now been collected to form this comprehensive volume. 

18.00 EUR

F. R. David Autumn 2017

Author: Will Holder, Scott Rogers (eds.)
Title:  F. R. David (Autumn 2017): RECOGNITION
Publisher: Uh Books, KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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Texts by Mason Leaver-Yap, Scott Rogers, Reza Negarestani, Ian White, Eileen Myles, Ayesha Siddiqi, Marcel Broodthaers, Donna Haraway and more !

'Recognition' is concerned with bodies, ecology, empathy, gazing at the world, and reading (environments) from non-anthropocentric POVs—nonetheless described and written by humans. Animals, birds, and trees feature heavily.

Copernicus told us that the earth was not the center. Darwin told us that man is not the center. If we listened to the anthropologists we might hear them telling us, with appropriate indirectness, that the White West is not the center. The center of the world is a bluff on the Klamath River, a rock in Mecca, a hole in the ground in Greece, nowhere, its circumference everywhere. Perhaps the utopist should heed this unsettling news at last. Perhaps the utopist would do well to lose the plan, throw away the map, get off the motorcycle, put on a very strange-looking hat, bark sharply three times, and trot off looking thin, yellow, and dingy across the desert and up into the digger pines.

Ursula K. Le Guin, A Non-Euclidean View of California as a Cold Place to Be (1982)

10.00 EUR

F. R. David Spring 2017

Author: Will Holder, Riet Wijnen (eds.)
Title:  F. R. David (Spring2017): INVERTED COMMAS
Publisher: Uh Books, KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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Contibutions by Michael Asher, Joan Didion, Harun Farocki, Lucy Lippard, Amiri Baraka, Stanley Brown, Silvia Federici and many more !

F.R.DAVID is a typographical journal, edited by Will Holder, dealing with the organisation of reading and writing in contemporary art practises. This 13th issue of F.R.DAVID is edited with Riet Wijnen, and has its origins in her Registry of Pseudonyms, an online database which accounts for who is who and why who is who. ‘Inverted Commas’ follows ‘pseudonym’ through names, naming, bodies, brains, self, author, other, reader, labour.

10.00 EUR

e-flux journal. Art Without Death: Conversations on Russian Cosmism

Author: Julieta Aranda, Brian Kuan Wood, Kaye Cain-Nielsen, Stephen Squibb, Anton Vidokle (eds.)
Title: e-flux journal. Art Without Death: Conversations on Russian Cosmism
Publisher: Sternberg Press
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints, Theory & Philosophy
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Contributions by Bart De Baere, Franco 'Bifo' Berardi, Boris Groys, Elena Shaposhnikova, Marina Simakova, Hito Steyerl, Anton Vidokle, Brian Kuan Wood, Arseny Zhilyaev, Esther Zonsheim 

According to the nineteenth-century teachings of Nikolai Fedorov—librarian, religious philosopher, and progenitor of Russian cosmism—our ethical obligation to use reason and knowledge to care for the sick extends to curing the dead of their terminal status. The dead must be brought back to life using means of advanced technology—resurrected not as souls in heaven, but in material form, in this world, with all their memories and knowledge. 

his book of interviews and conversations with today’s most compelling living and resurrected artists and thinkers seeks to address the relevance of Russian cosmism and biocosmism in light of its influence on the Russian artistic and political vanguard as well as on today’s art-historical apparatuses, weird materialisms, extinction narratives, and historical and temporal politics. This unprecedented collection of exchanges on cosmism asks how such an encompassing and imaginative, unapologetically humanist and anthropocentric strain of thinking could have been so historically and politically influential, especially when placed alongside the politically inconsequential—but in some sense equally encompassing—apocalypticism of contemporary realist imaginaries.   

18.00 EUR

PHILE Magazine 01 - Spring/ Summer 2017

Title: The Exhibitionist. # 6 -  June 2012
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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the INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL of DESIRE AND CURIOSITY

w/ contributions by: AA Bronson
Adrienne Kammerer
Andrew B. Myers
Annie Sprinkle
Bibbe Hansen
Bruce LaBruce
Cait Mckinney
Colby Keller
Darby Milbrath
Dennis Cooper
Daniel Shea
Fan Wu
Mark Peckmezian
Matt Lambert
Matthew Tammaro
Molly Matalon
Tairan An
Sholem Krishtalka
Susanna Paasonen
Whitney Mallett
Yael Malka
& more

18.00 EUR

EXTRA EXTRA No. 8

Title: EXTRA EXTRA Nouveau Magazine Erotique
Issue No. 8
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http://www.extraextramagazine.com/playlist/

15.00 EUR

Bulletins of the Serving Library #12

Author: Fancesca Bertolotti-Bailey, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Angie Keefer, David Reinfurt (eds.)
Title: Bulletins of the Serving Library
Publisher: The Serving Library
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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This issue comprises various outlooks on perspective. This might be taken to mean something as specific as a particular opinion or as general as an axonometric projection; in short, different ways and means of looking at the world. And so you find Vincenzo Latronico attempting to get in touch with E.T., a collection of Lucy McKenzie’s illusory quodlibets, a conversation between Jumana Manna and Robert Wyatt on art and ethics, a timely analysis of 'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous' by Sarah Demeuse, along with other points of view from Mark de Silva, Jocelyn Penny Small, Abigail Reynolds, James Langdon & Mathew Kneebone, Johan Hjerpe, and the inimitable 9mother9horse9eyes9.

20.00 EUR

San Rocco #13. Pure Beauty

Author: Matteo Ghidoni (ed.)
Title: San Rocco 13. Pure Beauty
Publisher: San Rocco
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints, Architecture
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18.00 EUR

The Exibitionist

Author:  Jens Hoffman (ed.)
Title: The Exhibitionist. Journal on Exhibition Making. The First Six Years.
Publisher: The Exhibitionist
Subject: Essays & Non-Fiction, Periodicals & Reprints
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'The Exhibitionist: Journal on Exhibition Making' is an anthology of the first 12 issues of the journal about contemporary curating that bears the same name. Established in 2009 as a forum for critical reflection on exhibition-making and curatorial practice, The Exhibitionist has always defined itself as 'by curators, for curators.' Modeled after the iconic French film journal Cahiers du cinema, The Exhibitionist has served a critical role in examining current curatorial practices by focusing specifically on the exhibition format as a site of experimentation and inquiry.

Very much reduced price (from 40 EUR) because of a hole discovered in the paper cover*

25.00 EUR

Speculations V: Aesthetics in the 21st Century

Publisher: punctum books
Title: Speculations V: Aesthetics in the 21st Century
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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Ever since the turn of the century aesthetics has steadily gained momentum as a central field of study across the disciplines. No longer sidelined, aesthetics has grown in confidence. 

This special volume of Speculations explores the ramifications of what could be termed the new speculative aesthetics. In doing so, it stages a three-fold encounter: between aesthetics and speculation, between speculative realism and its (possible) precursors, and between speculative realism and art and literature.

19.00 EUR

Speculations VI

Publisher: punctum books
Title: Speculations VI
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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In this sixth issue of Speculations, a serial imprint created to explore post-continental philosophy and speculative realism, a wide range of contemporary philosophical issues pertaining to the contemporary philosophical scene is touched upon, from the continental realism of Tristan Garcia, Graham Harman and Quentin Meillassoux to the ‘new realism’ of Maurizio Ferraris, from Lacanian and Laurellian speculations to the synthetic philosophy of Fernando Zalamea’s mathematics.

19.00 EUR

San Rocco #11. Bramante

Author: Matteo Ghidoni (ed.)
Title: San Rocco 11. Bramante
Publisher: San Rocco
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints, Architecture
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San Rocco #10. Ecology

Author: Matteo Ghidoni (ed.)
Title: San Rocco 10. Ecology
Publisher: San Rocco
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints, Architecture
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SAN ROCCO • ECOLOGY Rui Aristides and Campomarzio on the Saline Royale at Arc-et-Senans * Ido Avissar on tranquillity in disorder * Francesca Benedetto on the island of the lakes * Caitlin Blanchfield on landscape and the New Deal * Dominic Broadhurst on Mad Max * Paolo Carpi digs into compost * Ludovico Centis at Niagara Falls * Rania Ghosn and El Hadi Jazairy on Beijing’s air * Fabien Giraud and Max Turnheim on ecology and emancipation * Robert Alexander Gorny introduces Gestaltungsgesellschaften * Stefano Graziani in conversation with Rene Gabri * Harry Gugger and Barbara Macaes Costa on urban nature * Wonne Ickx on the stump of a Sequoia * Emma Letizia Jones on Berlin’s parkway * Ali Karimi tells a fable about Bahrain * MAP Office envisions multiple Hong Kongs * Maria Chiara Pastore on sewers * Giovanni Piovene offers some notes on territory * Bas Princen finds oil * Davide Rapp explores ventilation ducts * Irenee Scalbert on apples * Sabine Schulz Blank on wilderness * Tuomas Toivonen heats the sauna * With photos by Stefano Graziani and Bas Princen

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Collapse Volume VII

Author: Reza Negarestani, Robin Mackay (eds.)
Title: Culinary Materialism
Publisher: Urbanomic
Subject: Theory & Philosophy, Periodicals & Reprints
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Cookery has never been so high on the agenda of Western popular culture. And yet the endlessly-multiplying TV shows, the obsessive interest in the provenance of ingredients, and the celebration of ‘radical’ experiments in gastronomy, tell us little about the nature of the culinary. Is it possible to maintain that cookery has a philosophical pertinence without merely appending philosophy to our burgeoning gastroculture? 

Drawing on resources ranging from anthropology to chemistry, from hermetic alchemy to contemporary mathematics, Collapse VII: Culinary Materialism undertakes a trans-modal experiment in culinary thinking. A wide range of contributors including philosophers, chefs, artists, historians, and synaesthetes examine the cultural, industrial, physiological, alchemical and even cosmic dimensions of cookery, and propose new models of culinary thought for the future.

Contributions by Iain Hamilton Grant, John Gerrard, Michael A. Morris, FIELDCLUB, Rick Doljphin, Manabrata Guha, Carol Goodden, Gordon Matta-Clark, AO&, John Cochran, Richard Wrangham, Vanina Leschziner, Andrew Dakin, Sean A. Day, Jeremy Millar, Dan Mellamphy, Nandita Biswas Mellamphy, Eugene Thacker, Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, Dorothee Legrand, Gabriel Catren, Fernando Zalamea.

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Collapse Volume VI

Author: Robin Mackay (ed.)
Title: Geo/Philosophy
Publisher: Urbanomic
Subject: Theory & Philosophy, Periodicals & Reprints
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Real and imaginary geographies and cartographies have played a dual role in philosophy, serving both as governing metaphor and as ultimate grounding for philosophical thought; but urgent contemporary concerns introduce new problems for geophilosophy: planetary political, technological, military, and financial mutations have scrambled territorial formations, and scientific predictions now present us with the apocalyptic scenario of a planet without human thought.

Collapse VI brings together philosophers, theorists, eco-critics, leading scientific experts in climate change, and artists whose work interrogates the link between philosophical thought, geography and cartography, in order to create a portrait of the present state of ‘planetary thought’.

Contributions by Charles Avery, Angela Detanico, Rafael Lain, Stephen Emmott, Renee Green, Gilles Grelet, Manabrata Guha, Owen Hatherley, Nicola Masciandaro, Timothy Morton, Greg Mclnerny, Reza Nagerastani, Drew Purves, F.W.J. Schelling, Eyal Weizman, Rich WIlliams.

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Collapse Volume IV

Author: Robin Mackay (ed.)
Title: Concept Horror
Publisher: Urbanomic
Subject: Theory & Philosophy, Periodicals & Reprints.
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Collapse IV features a series of investigations by philosophers, writers and artists into Concept Horror. Contributors address the existential, aesthetic, theological and political dimensions of horror, interrogate its peculiar affinity with philosophical thought, and uncover the horrors that may lie in wait for those who pursue rational thought beyond the bounds of the reasonable.

Contributions by Kristen Alvanson, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Iain Hamilton Grant, Graham Harman, Michel Houellebecq, Oleg Kulik, Thomas Ligotti, Quentin Meillassoux, China Mieville, Reza Negarastani, Benjamin Noys, Steven Shearer, George Sieg, Eugene Thacker, Keith Tilford, Todosch, James Trafford.

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The White Review no. 1

Title: The White Review no. 1
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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Our inaugural issue features Paula Rego on art and storytelling, Tom McCarthy on writing, art and cricket ('How can cricket not be German?') and Andre Schiffrin on the prospects for print publishing. Our sold out debut also features fiction by Patrick Langley and Desmond Hogan, poetry by Alexander Nemser and photography by Marcus Leatherdale. Removable dust jacket with a limited edition print by artist Viktor Timofeev. 

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The White Review no. 2

Title: The White Review no. 2
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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In our second issue: Michael Hardt tells us that we live in 'exciting' times, William Boyd on fiction, art and the combination of the two and Richard Wentworth on his own 'criminal intelligence'. Features short stories by Joshua Cohen  and Diego Trelles Paz, a limited edition print by artist Sophie von Cundale, photography by JH Engstrom, essays on Naples and Sri Lanka and cover art by Lewis Irvine that unfolds into a typographical narrative. 

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The White Review no. 3

Title: The White Review no. 3
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THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 3 features interviews with writers Will Self and Marina Warner, and conceptual art duo Elmgreen & Dragset. It also includes fiction by Federico Falco, Jeremy M. Davies and K. J. Orr, reportage by Melanie Challenger on whale fishing in the southern Atlantic, essays on boredom, the graphic novel and Georges Perec, alongside photography by Stephen Gill and Oliver Griffin and artwork by Alison Rossiter and Matthew Allen. 

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The White Review no. 4

Title: The White Review no. 4
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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This issue features interviews with art and fashion photographer Juergen Teller and writers Ahdaf Soueif and Brian Dillon; fiction by Jesse Ball and Deborah Levy (plus some hidden Vladimir Nabokov prose); poetry by Michael Horovitz and Sarah Howe; essays on political poetry, imagining radical futures and Tibetan kitsch; artwork by Nick Van Woert, Julie Brook and Gabriele Beveridge. 

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The White Review no. 5

Title: The White Review no. 5
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THE WHITE REVIEW NO.5 features interviews with novelist Ben Marcus and curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, a novella by Joshua Cohen, a feature on the late German artist and filmmaker Christoph Schlingensief and poetry by ex-Sandinista Gioconda Belli and Nobel Prize for Literature Laureate Herta Muller. Artist Camille Henrot contributes a series of Ikebana images. Cover art is by German artist Franziska Holstein.The issue also features essays, fiction, poetry and artwork by Ivan Vladislavic, David Auerbach, Max McGuinness, Michael Amherst, Emily Critchley and Niall McLelland. 

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The White Review no. 6

Title: The White Review no. 6
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 6  features, among other things, interviews with China Mieville, Julia Kristeva and Edmund de Waal, new fiction by Helen DeWitt, Jack Cox and Cesar Aira, essays on Bela Tarr and J. H. Prynne, poetry by Emily Berry and Sarah Hesketh, and art by Matt Connors, Garth Weiser and Erik van der Weijde. 

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Spike #35 - Spring 2013

Title: Materialising the Unthinkable
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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Spike #36 - Summer 2013

Subject: Periodicals & Reprints.
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Armen Avanessian, Suhail Malik, and others discuss the origins of Speculative Realism and its impact on contemporary art. Portraits of California-based artist Lutz Bacher, the French collective Claire Fontaine, and painter Maria Lassnig. Tobias Madison presents his Artist's Favourites. Nav Haq discusses Jeremy Deller’s 'Acid Brass' and Pablo Larios visits Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler gallery in Berlin. According to Alex Kitnick, Harmony Korine's new film 'Spring Breakers' plunges us into post-political terror.

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Spike #39 - Spring 2014

Title: The Network
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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Alexander R. Galloway introduces Spike’s network-themed issue with an essay about the asymmetric nature of networks and the hyper-regulated space of the Internet. Curator and activist Ben Vickers discusses the difference between networks and institutions, new community-based social models, and the London post-Internet scene; and New York–based artist Bjarne Melgaard talks about being an artist who writes, the death drive in homosexual culture, and his contribution to the Whitney Biennial. Boris Groys writes a profile of artist and ZKM director Peter Weibel, and Daniel Baumann analyses the Russian performance group and media phenomenon Pussy Riot. In addition, the issue features articles on the relationships and interconnections within the Italian art world, the paradigmatic anti-gallery American Fine Arts, Co., the Vienna Secession as an artist-run institution, Spike Jonze’s film Her, and how the website Contemporary Art Daily has supposedly changed our view of art.

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Spike #40 - Summer 2014

Title: Art Under Capitalism
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Themed "Art under Capitalism", Spike's summer issue includes an acerbic and revealing conversation about the bleak future of art with dealer Gavin Brown, who started his gallery in downtown Manhattan in 1993 and soon became one of the cutting-edge figures of the New York scene. Italian left-wing theorist Tiziana Terranova talks about living in an age of debt, Kolja Reichert reflects on how the ascendance of art is a symptom of the devaluation of money, while writer Jon Leon interviews LA artist Alex Israel about nostalgia, style and taste. The cult curator Bob Nickas thinks back on the career of Laurie Parsons, who quit the art world soon after joining it in the 1990s. In addition, Timo Feldhaus writes about Jordan Wolfson's hugely expensive and notorious dancing robot at David Zwirner Gallery in New York, and curator Michele D'Aurizio pitches Curzio Malaparte's novel The Skin as a lesson in humanity and suffering, while American science-fiction author Mark von Schlegell contributes a new short story about an unstoppable horde of children. And much more besides...

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Spike #41 - Autumn 2014

Title: The Anniversary Issue. And it's about Time.
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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Polish artist Piotr Uklanski talks to Vienna Actionist Hermann Nitsch about painting, death, and sex. Choreographers Meg Stuart and Adam Linder meet for an interview about the future of dance. There are profiles of Laura Owens, rediscovered punk writer Kathy Acker, and the filmmaker Romain Gavras. Timo Feldhaus writes an essay about the desire for proximity in contemporary performance art; Jussi Parikka sees media archaeology as an alternative to current accelerationist thinking; plus reviews of exhibitions in Vienna, Berlin, Kassel, New York, and elsewhere.

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The Exhibitionist #1 - January 2010

Title: The Exhibitionist #1 - January 2010
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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The Exhibitionist does not intend to occupy itself with all forms of curatorial practice. Rather, it is specifically concerned with the act of  exhibition making: the creation of a display, within a particular sociopolitical context, based on a carefully formulated argument, presented through the meticulous selection and methodical istallation of artworks, related objects from the sphere of art, and objects from other areas of visual culture. 

Overture Jens Hoffmann, Curators' Favorites Jill Dawsey, Chus Martinez, Jean-Hubert Martin, Back in the Day Julian Myers, Assessments... by Jessica Morgan Ulrike Groos, Jill Winder, Yilmaz Dziewior, Typologies by Rob Bowman, Beatrix Ruf, and Eungie Joo, Attitude by Adriano Pedrosa, Rear Mirror by Massimiliano Gioni, and Nancy Spector, with an Endnote by Tara McDowell.

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The Exhibitionist #2 - June 2010

Title: The Exhibitionist #2 - June 2010
Subject: Periodicals & Reprints
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In this issue: Tara McDowell, Matthew Drutt, Juan A. Gaitan, Aurelie Voltz, Constance Lewallen, Eva Díaz, Robert Storr, Jenelle Porter, Jane Simon, Mary Jane Jacob, Nato Thompson, Joshua Decter, Okwui Enwezor, Jack Bankowsky, Peter Eleey, Jens Hoffmann.

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The Exhibitionist #3 - January 2011

Title: The Exhibitionist #3 - January 2011
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The Exhibitionist was founded in 2010 as a journal by curators, for curators, in which the most pertinent questions of exhibition making today would be considered and assessed.


Contents: What, How & for Whom/WHW: Cornerstone Under the Grass. Innovations in Croatian Art in the 1970s / Victoria Noorthoorn: On Chambres d’Amis / Apsara DiQuinzio: Illuminations / Lars Bang Larsen: Bop! Ewop! Revisiting Expo Johnny Hallyday / Doryun Chong: If These Pictures Could Talk / Stephanie Moisdon: Sightlines / Tobias Berger: Gwangju IKEA / Carol Yinghua Lu: The Curator as Artist / Jessica Morgan: Dead or Alive / Elisabeth Sussman: Some Thoughts on Making / Shelly Bancroft and Peter Nesbett: The Unauthorized Retrospective / Maria Lind: Greenhouse Tomatoes and Outdoor Tomatoes / Jane Alison: Back in The Surreal House / Kathrin Rhomberg: Still Waiting / Tara McDowell: Endnote.

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The Exhibitionist #4

Title: The Exhibitionist #4 - La Critique
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Edited by Jens Hoffmann and Tara McDowell.

The Exhibitionist is a journal focusing solely on the practice of exhibition making. Its objectives are to create a wider platform for the discussion of curatorial concerns, encourage a diversification of curatorial models, and actively contribute to the formation of a theory of curating.

Contributions to issue 4 by: Dorothea von Hantelmann, Dieter Roelstraete, Massimiliano Gioni, Julian Myers, Teresa Gleadowe, Christian Rattemeyer, Joanna Burton, Andrew Renton, Kate Fowle, Vanessa Joan Mueller, Livia Paldi, Emily Pethick, Miguel A. Lopez, Lawrence Rinder, Tina Kukielski, Mia Jankowicz, Jarrett Gregory, Rodrigo Moura; and an illustrated bibliography of The Exhibitionist I-IV. 

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The Exhibitionist #5

Title: The Exhibitionist #5 - January 2012
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The Exhibitionist was founded in 2010 as a journal by curators, for curators, in which the most pertinent questions of exhibition making today would be considered and assessed.


Contents: Scott Watson: Frozen Memory / Bisi Silva: The Other Story. Between a Rock and a Hard Place / Hans Ulrich Obrist: After the Moderns, the Immaterials / Tirdad Zolghadr: Getting Started / Walead Beshty: Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974–1981 23 / Rita Gonzalez: Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960–1980 / Mark Godfrey: Phenomenal. California Light, Space, Surface / Anne Ellegood: State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970 / Frances Morris: Permanent Evolution / Christine Macel: Rooms for Thought / Mari Carmen Ramírez: The Dilemma of 'Activating' the Permanent Collection, or, How to Thaw the Frozen Assets / Ydessa Hendeles: Curatorial Compositions / Suzanne Cotter: Sharjah and Its Biennial / Jose Roca: Peripheral Vision: 8 Mercosul Bienal / Jens Hoffmann: Endnote.

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The Exhibitionist #6

Title: The Exhibitionist. # 6 -  June 2012
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The Exhibitionist was founded in 2010 as a journal by curators, for curators, in which the most pertinent questions of exhibition making today would be considered and assessed.

Contents: Magali Arriola: Backward Glancing / Tumelo Mosaka: What Art Does Best / Sarah Rifky: Have You Met Mario? / Dan Cameron: The Conquest, Revisited. America: Bride of the Sun Twenty Years On / Harald Szeemann: Exchange of Views of a Group of Experts, Introduced by Chelsea Haines / Stephanie Moisdon: France Meets the World / Cristina Ricupero: Too Close for Comfort / Vivian Sky Rehberg: Present Tense / Nicolas Bourriaud: The Collapse of Distance / Adriano Pedrosa: The Centrality of the Peripheral Biennial / Hou Hanru: Reinventing the Social / Nancy Adajania: Knowledge Embedded in a Replenished Sociality. The Discursive Biennial / Paul O’Neill: The Curatorial Constellation and the Paracuratorial Paradox / Glenn Adamson: Too Many Teapots? Thoughts on Curating Postmodernism 61 / Nato Thompson: Reflections on Living as Form / Tara McDowell: Endnote.

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