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Futura 89+: Bruno Zhu

This series features interviews with artists, writers and practitioners who were born in or after 1989.

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What’s Next: Tiffany Zabludowicz

Looking forward to the summer season with collector and curator TIFFANY ZABLUDOWICZ, who recently opened an artist residency at Times Square.

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Pioneers: Heimo Zobernig

We recently showed your Untitled (in Red) (2011) in Cologne: a work composed of numerous red neon tubes. And now schwarzescafé [“black café”], an architectural reaction to…

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Pro/Creative: Strippers Lessons

Pleasure, power, instinct, and desire—the Pro/creative series considers visual culture via the bodies that make it. In this issue, Fiona Duncan gives us “strippers’ lessons.”

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Panorama: Cuba

As the cultural calendar increasingly becomes a feast of opportunities to fly off the beaten track, the Panorama series travels the world through the eyes of writers…

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Home Economics

There’s no place like home, sang the popular American playwright Sir Henry Rowley Bishop in 1823. Yes, but whose home? Approaching its fifteenth edition and unveiling its…

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Marguerite Humeau

Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and caldron bubble; Fillet of a fenny snake, In the caldron boil and bake; Eye of newt, and toe of…

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Christopher Y. Lew

Despite his signature mohawk, Christopher Y. Lew has been a ubiquitous but unassuming presence in the New York art world for years. Born and raised in New…

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Megan Rooney

In his 1936 essay “The Storyteller,” Walter Benjamin provides a waltzing elegy for the art of storytelling, declaring it to be “reaching its end” amidst modern print…

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Cao Fei

Legend has it that leading up to the International Center of Photography’s 2009 triennial, curators at the New York-based institution had to deploy avatars in Second Life…

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Valerie Keane

Humans love fire ’cause it mocks our rule. Cartoons incite the same ancient envy—to groove past our edges, to move with the logic of thought. But we…

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Sean Raspet

In the flux of post-industrial capital, liquid is the currency that counts. Market analysts monitor its ebb and flow as obsessively as Mad Max’s Immorten Joe, who had…

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Yngve Holen

Airplanes: among the most sophisticated technology we experience in everyday life, they serve as powerful emblems of today’s accelerated and globalized lifestyle, its perks and its discontents….

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Renaud Jerez

Renaud Jerez’s techno-animistic sculptures have lost their protective membranes. Skinless, fluidless and vacant, they sit in wait, lying prone or hanging limp like marionettes…

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Sol Calero

Melons and limes, bananas and pineapples—Sol Calero’s polychromatic canvases suggest that seeing can be a form of sustenance.

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Eckhaus Latta

When I get through to Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta, the connection is faulty. “Sorry, we’re just driving!” explains Eckhaus. He has just joined Latta in LA,…

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Kienholz

For centuries, the aestheticization of violence in art has been the subject of considerable controversy and debate. Up to the early ‘70s, when Edward and Nancy Reddin…

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STERLING RUBY TAKEOVER

Upcoming Issue #27 (Summer 2016) is a key to enter the world of LA-based artist Sterling Ruby, playing the double role of subject and guest editor.

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Producers: DIS

To coincide with the opening of the 9th Berlin Biennale, we bring you an extensive interview with the curatorial team, disruptive NY-based art collective DIS.

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