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Esopus 9

about esopus CONTENTS: A SHORT FILM ABOUT ANDY WARHOL By Jim LyonsARTIST’S PROJECT: SARAH MALAKOFF “Untitled Interiors”DECONSTRUCTING CONSTRUCTING By David QuarfootARTIST’S PROJECT: CHARLIE WHITE “American Blondes 2005″I’M WITH THE BAND By Heather McPhersonFOUND OBJECT: STALAG JOURNAL Contributed by John Limon100 FRAMES: “I DON’T WANT TO SLEEP ALONE” by Tsai Ming-Liang; Afterword by Claire DenisARTIST’S PROJECT: […]

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Cabinet – Issue 32, FIRE

Cabinet – A quarterly of art and culture Columns Ingestion / Power Hungry Ben Kafka Dining with the Committee of Public Safety A Minor History of / Falling from Great Heights Joshua Foer Down to earth Colors / Puce Barry Sanders A flea in your ear Inventory / Everyone Once in Berlin! Mel Gordon A semiotics of the Weimar […]

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Cabinet – Issue 32, THE UNDERGROUND

Cabinet – A quarterly of art and culture   This issue, with a themed section on The Underground, is 112 pages. Columns Ingestion / Guinomi Allen S. Weiss Intoxicating cup Inventory / Auspicious Cats Martin Clutterbuck The pick of the litter Object Lesson / Object of Contention Celeste Olalquiaga Coral grief Colors / Maroon Moyra Davey Staying on hue […]

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Cabinet – Issue 29, SLOTH

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Cabinet – A quarterly of art and culture   This issue, with a themed section on Sloth, is 112 pages. It contains a special poster by artists Dan Perjovschi. Columns Inventory Helen Mirra Index For Der Räuber Ingestion Mark Morris Hexed House A Minor History Of Joshua Foer Time Without Clocks Colors Emily Roysdon Opal   Main Hydropolis Brian Dillon […]

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Chimurenga 14: Everyone Has Their Indian

Chimurenga 14, “Everyone Has Their Indian”, seeks to unpack the relation between Africa and South Asia. Born out of the ongoing conversation between divergent temporal registers, between different territories and bodies of thought, it can be seen both as a map of actual lines that criss-cross the Mediterranean and Indian oceans and a log of […]

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Nicholas Hlobo – Kwatsityw’Iziko

“Kwatsityw’iziko” means crossing the hearth and refers, most literally, to sex. In Xhosa culture, as in many European traditions, married couples sleep in separate beds.  To initiate intimacy, one has to cross the centre of the room, where one would traditionally find the hearth. If Izele spoke of birth this show speaks of what happens […]

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Wordsetc – Third Quarter 2008

Mains Personal Notes – Arja Salafranca ruminates about her Spanish identity Essay – Anne Landsman knows about the curse of the second novel Profile – Pondering the legacy of Olive Schreiner, a pioneering feminist Essay – Five top black women writers give us a rich literary legacy Feature – Spotlight on a young brigade of […]

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Frieze – Issue 113, March 2008

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Nka – Journal of Contemporary African Art – Issue 18

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Art World – Issue #4, April/May 2008

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