Project investigates the possibilities for developing a critical position in contemporary architecture. Publishing both visual and written work, the goal of Project is to provide a platform for disseminating ideas. Each issue includes an insert devoted to visual presentations of contemporary projects. The journal also features writing in several formats: polemical essays by architects and critics; extended conversations with significant figures in the field; long-form critical writing; and short readings of provocative images and projects. Project focuses on publishing young architects who take strong positions and engage in debate and critical evaluation of the field.
Issue Three includes contributions from common room & Kim Förster, Reinier de Graaf (OMA/AMO), Neil Denari, Edward Eigen, Formless Finder, Adam Fure, John May, Magnus Nilsson, Valerio Olgiati Architect, Pezo von Ellrichshausen, Lola Sheppard (Lateral Office), Jill Stoner, Tom Wiscombe and more… Launch April 9, from 7pm, at common room, New York.
Verities is an independent biannual publication of thought, observation and reflection, giving equal focus to visual arts and literature. Verities explores new ways-of-seeing the most ordinary and overlooked situations, revealing the arresting and irrational in the everyday.
Verities N°3, An Issue of Class: “The irony of covering the subject in the medium, so often used to sell the inaccessible lifestyles of the few to the masses, does not elude us. So here is our attempt to discuss class in a time when class-consciousness has declined, inequality has become the norm, and disempowered people everywhere are invisible within their own national cultures”. With David Harvey, Dick Hobbs, Allan Sekula, Simon J. Charlesworth, Jonathan Olivares, Sut Jhally, Otto Snoek and Matthieu Lavanchy, Zaynab Dena Ziari, Kate O’Brien, Helen Cocker and Ziella Bryars.
The White Review is a quarterly arts journal published in print and online specialising in artistically or educationally meritorious works of new or emerging artists and writers. Its aim is the promotion of the arts and literature and of advancing education in arts and literature.
Royal Garden is an on-line shaggy magazine, a multidisciplinary production environment, a critical, theoretical and artistic exquisite cadaver…
Vegetal Passion sees the exhibition space as the natural milieu of works of art.
It’s Our Playground has imagined this 5th installment of Royal Garden as an ambiguous jungle in which visitors will find artists’ pieces, archival photographs and images gleaned from the internet, all shown side by side without any obvious hierarchy. Deftly mixing plants and works of art, works that involve plants and “exhibition plants,” this curatorial project takes a new look at gardening practices in institutional settings, which is increasingly a part of today’s reality. Indeed, while blogs are replete with images of plants, which are adopted for their graphic qualities, they have also invaded art galleries, for artists appreciate their formal values as well as their reference to both a domesticated nature and a questioning of the decorative function of artworks…
The Artist as Curator, edited by Elena Filipovic, is a serial publication that examines a profoundly influential but still understudied phenomenon, a history that has yet to be written: the fundamental role that artists have played as curators. Taking the ontologically ambiguous thing we called “the exhibition” as a critical medium, artists have often in the process radically rethought the conventional form of the exhibition as such. This project is about precisely those exhibitions.
Two essays will appear in a loose booklet in each edition of Mousse Magazine over two years, before being published in book form at the end. Collectively, they will address twenty seminal artist-curated exhibitions, spanning a period from the postwar to the present.
Coinciding with the 125th anniversary of National Geographic magazine, french artist Cyprien Gaillard has produced a pop up art edition as part of 032c #25. Assembled from images that span more than 40 years of the publication, Gaillard’s sculpture can be constructed by making three simple folds from left to right into the inside hinge of the magazine. This anachronistic monument is held together by tension alone; no glue is required.
GAGARIN, the Artists in their Own Words, is an artist’s magazine, entirely dedicated to the publication of especially written and unpublished texts by artists who are now working, anywhere in the world. Each issue contains a number of artists’ writings, if possible from an equal number of countries. The texts are published in their original language and alphabetical writing, with unabridged translations in English added. Advertising and visual material are deliberately kept out. GAGARIN is aimed at those who do not tend to wait until everything is accepted and synthesised and those who are prepared to leave the road to search for stimulating art and ideas while they are still fresh. GAGARIN does not restrict itself to a particular period or import and runs trough the codes that are applied in the world of art. Its orientation is artistic, documentary and historical. GAGARIN also aspires to provide an accurate source of information about the collaborating artists, using their own words.
The eleventh issue of F.R.DAVID, All distinctions are mind, by mind, of mind will be launched November 24, 4pm, Dexter Sinister, New York, with readings by Kendra Sullivan, David Reinfurt and Will Holder.
“All distinctions are mind, by mind, of mind” is comparative — making divisions and splits in order to read the design of rhetoric in the stories we tell about our fictional and professional selves. With Abra Ancliffe, Robert Ashley, Ricardo Basbaum, Michael Gazzaniga, Ken Jacobs, Shane Krepakevich, John Latham, Ezra Pound, Kendra Sullivan, Sergei Tret’iakov, Marina Vishmidt, Rebecca Wilcox & Sarah Rose and many more.
The Fox was a short-lived critical journal and magazine published in New York in 1975 and 1976 by the American chapter of British conceptual art group Art & Language; only three issues were ever published. The Fox was primarily text based and rooted in recent experimental conceptual practices. It also had a highly critical and articulate voice on a number of art- and society-related problems: education, the power of money and value in art, institutions and their functions, and autonomy.
Re: The Fox, a curatorial project by Arnaud Desjardin and The Everyday Press, with John Slyce, November 15 to December 21, 2013, UNIT/PITT Projects, Vancouver, proposes a limited facsimilé reprint of the three issues of The Fox, accompanied by a number of historical documents, ephemera and other printed matter belonging to the period. Using some of the texts originally published in The Fox, a series of readings and group discussions will be staged in order to test and argue the relevance, resonance and acuity of those ideas today.
The Fox was originally printed with metal type on cheap newsprint, for this reissue the text was completely re-typeset and the layout design recreated digitally for all three volumes. This was done in order to be able to produce cheap printed copy through the current digital presses and/or office printing technologies.
The ultimate aim of Re: The Fox is to produce as a form of live historical bootlegging where authenticity is not a marketable gimmick but a political problem of transmission from one generation to the next.
Offprint Paris is an art publishing fair for emerging practices in art. Over four days, it gathers institutional and independent publishers from all over the world featuring publications by contemporary artists, graphic designers, photographers, publishers, bookdealers, museums, art schools, curators and antiquarians.
Released in conjunction with Issue 18 of Fillip magazine, the booklet Slide Shows documents the specially commissioned Web video project on the landscape of international art publishing and design, curated by Charlotte Cheetham and produced by Fillip. Originally taking the form of a series of video presentations by publishers, designers, and artists, Slide Shows offers one possible cross section of a newly emergent field of book production. This publication documents the project, serving as a pocket reference to each of the profiles included in the series. After the pocket guide, the project will culminate in a printed volume that will document each slideshow, available in 2014.
Slide Shows booklet includes contributions by 4478zine, And publishing, Xavier Antin, Booklet, Cambridge Books, Cannon Magazine, Charlotte Cheetham, An Endless Supply, David Horvitz, Int. Typo. Union, James Langdon, mono.kultur, Samuel Nyholm, Occasional Papers, Oslo Editions, Precinct, Michalis Pichler, Elias Redstone, David Senior, split/fountain, Eva Weinmayr, Wendy Yao; and two new slideshows by Erik Kessels and Grotto are now available on the Slide Shows tumblr.
© Arnaud Desjardin, The Every Day Press
LE BAL Books week-end, September 6-8, 2013, Paris
The London Art Book Fair, September 13-15, 2013, London
MISS READ, September 19-22, 2013, Berlin
NY ART BOOK FAIR, September 20-22, 2013, New York
The Tokyo Art Book Fair, September 21-23, 2013, Tokyo
Unseen Book Market, September 26-29, 2013, Amsterdam
Vancouver Art/Book Fair, October 5-6, 2013, Vancouver
Salon Light #10, October 5-6, 2013, Paris
Third Issue, October 11-12, 2013, Frankfurt
OffPrint Paris, November 14-17, 2013, Paris
KIOOSK vol.2, November 16-17, 2013, Kraków
Sprint, November 29-December 1, 2013, Milano
Rookie Book Fair, December 7-8, 2013, Poznan
LA ART BOOK FAIR, January 31 – February 2, 2014, Los Angeles
Fahrenheit 39, March 7-9, 2014, Ravenna
The Social Life of the Book is a collection of commissioned texts dealing with books, and how they engage with the circulation of ideas and the agency of social situations. It brings together artists, publishers, writers, designers, booksellers, etc. who consider books less as finished objects or forms but for their disruptive potential and their ability to produce new relationships, new publics and new meanings.
It develops as a series of 16-page, saddle- stitched signatures. In its contents as well as its distribution, the series aims to entice readers into a particular attention not only to printed material as such, but also to the ecosystem of knowledge writing, publishing and distributing form together.
The last issue, SLOB (The Social Life of the Book) #4: Kinesics of the Page, by Avigail Moss, is now available.
Addressing parallel questions, SLOR #01 – Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere plays off its format and inaugurates the new series The Social Life of the Record, a series of original texts by musicians, fans, critics, collectors, dealers, label owners etc. — reflecting on recording, releasing, listening to, filing, flipping and DJing records today.
Printed Matter presents, from September 20 to 22, at MoMA PS1, New York, the eighth annual NY Art Book Fair, the world’s leading event for artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines showcased by more than 280 booksellers, antiquarians, artists, and independent publishers from more than twenty countries.
Among other special programming, The Classroom, a curated series of informal conversations, workshops, readings and other artist-led programs, is also an informal venue for artists, writers and publishers to feature new releases and present their publications. Participants include Tréy Sager with Badlands Unlimited (New York); Olof Olsson with Rollo Press (Switzerland); Linda Simpson with Peradam (New York); Elisabeth Tonnard and Chris Burnett with J&L Books (Scranton, PA); Amish Morrell with C Magazine (Canada); the curators of the Libros Mutantes Book Fair (Spain), etc.
An exhibition of book works by Bruno Munari, presented by Edizioni Corraini, will be housed in the courtyard dome. The exhibition includes a collection of rare and out-of-print artist and design books by the late Italian artist, offering a comprehensive survey of his influential career. Selections from the private collection of Giorgio Maffei will be on view as well…whole program on NY Art Book Fair 2013 website.
Les Siestes Electroniques élargissent leur champ d’intervention en éditant une revue baptisée Audimat. Une vraie revue, pas un magazine ni un programme du festival : des articles long format sur la musique, écrits par des contributeurs français ou étrangers, pas forcément issus de la presse spécialisée. L’idée est d’ébaucher en langue française un discours critique exigeant, sans être abscons, sur la pop music, son histoire, son écoute, sa diffusion dans le monde. Design: Maximage Société Suisse.
HANS LE MALIN est une publication qui questionne les pratiques de production d’éléments narratifs et leur déploiement dans l’espace médiatique. Pour ce faire, des méthodes d’investigation associées à la conception d’outils orientent l’écriture d’articles. L’enquête est un moyen d’accumuler et de réunir des indices mais aussi de formuler des hypothèses.
Les postulats en études sont confrontés lors d’entretiens avec des personnalités évoluant dans les champs de la recherche, du design, de la photographie ou du journalisme. Rassemblés en ligne, les contenus sont susceptibles d’être édités, imprimés, reliés et distribués lors d’un événement dédié à cette étape.
Présentation par Tanguy Wermelinger, le 22 juin 2013, 14h, 22RUEMULLER, Paris.
La revue Initiales, produite et éditée par l’Ecole nationale supérieure des beaux-arts (ENSBA) de Lyon, esquisse les contours d’une galerie de “portraits en creux” en s’organisant autour de “figures-source”, existantes ou fictives.
Pour son deuxième numéro, la revue Initiales se penche sur une figure solaire qui irradie depuis les années 60 la côte Ouest des Etats-Unis : John Baldessari.
Conçue comme une “monographie augmentée” avec son architecture en trois chapitres qui s’intéresse aussi bien au contexte de production dans lequel travailla John Baldessari, qu’aux échanges qu’il orchestra, et aux méthodes (collage, montage), toujours d’actualité, qu’il initia ; avec sa voix off aussi, qui vient commenter après coup les choix parfois audacieux des contributeurs – critiques d’art, historiens, écrivains, artistes et même juriste – la revue Initiales procède par encerclement progressif et poursuit un seul objectif :réinitialiser cette figure qui a fait école dans son domaine et au-delà.
À l’occasion du lancement au Palais de Tokyo, le 5 juillet, 19h, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, la revue Initiales, en partenariat avec la galerie de Multiples, propose un accrochage de multiples de John Baldessari, dont le poster inédit inséré dans chaque numéro d’Initiales J.B. Ainsi qu’une table ronde qui réunira Emmanuel Tibloux et Claire Moulène, directeur de la rédaction et rédactrice en chef de la revue, les historiens de l’art Marie de Brugerolle et François Aubart ainsi que l’écrivain Fabrice Reymond.
The 4th Independent Publishers and Zine Fair Vienna will be hosted June 28-30, 2013, by Kunsthalle Wien at Museumsquartier, with more than sixty local and international exhibitors and artists exhibiting, selling, and exchanging their works.
Alongside the exhibitors, ten artists (including Matthew Brannon, AA Bronson, Kerstin Cmelka, Sture Johannesson, David Jourdan, Stefanie Sargnagel, and others) will punctuate the fair with editions and interventions—some in the form of performances, some as prints, others as t-shirts. As a special exhibition, Hubert Winter, the Viennese gallerist, will curate a selection of art books and ephemera from his vast collection of works from some of the best-known ’60s and ’70s conceptualists. Parallel to the fair, a series of talks and discussions by a selection of expert speakers will touch on emerging practices and debates within zine culture, and will illuminate issues relating to independent publishing today.
FIGURE is a Paris-based cultural journal featuring art, design, music, architecture, nature, photography, medias, gastronomy, style, sport and art de vivre investigations.
A year ago, editors Côme de Bouchony & Vincent de Hoÿm received a letter saying that they would trespass trademarks rights with the name Figure. They entered into negotiations for keeping their beloved name but the opposing party was not willing to agree to any compromises.
So they decided to make a clean sweep and get a fresh new name, and they have 51 possible new ones: 51 French words and expressions used by English speakers, compiled in this newspaper, a very limited collectors special edition, currently showed at Laurent Mueller gallery in Paris.
Young, Fresh and Relevant is a yearly open submission journal with the aim of carving a space for writing within the visual arts. YFR hopes to be accessible for a new generation of young (in their practice rather than age) artists who may never have had their writing published, as well as aiming to attract practitioners who are more familiar with the Art Writing / publishing scene.