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* PREVIEW *
The Sniffers
Maija Timonen
In a new work of analytic fiction, a woman subjects every encounter to absurd levels of scrutiny, often with recourse to theory. Fantasy suffers. Extracted from her new book, The Measure of Reality (London: Book Works, 2015).










* NEW ISSUE *
July/August 2015
 

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Dead Ends
Chris Fite-Wassilak
Atlanta's Great Southwest Industrial Park was once home to masterpieces of American midcentury minimalism; now the site is overgrown and semi-disused, and we can't find the Donald Judd.
 

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Dead Ends: Atlanta Gateway
Original video footage by David Naugle supplements his new photo essay, both exclusive to ART PAPERS.
 

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The Great Southwest Industrial Park:
A tragedy, and a post-mortem

Two archival articles reflect upon the sculptures of Atlanta's paean to minimalism that never was.
 

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It's Only the Beginning
Daniel Fuller
A curator enters the artist book archives of Atlanta's Nexus Press, encounters his preadolescent, sports-obsessed self amidst its treasures.
 

* NEW *
Gatecrashing
Raphael Koenig
An interview introduces Katherine Jentleson, scholar and curator of folk art, now at the High Museum of Art.
 

To Demonstrate Something About the World:
Marc Fischer's Public Collectors

Niels Van Tomme
An artist conserves, curates, and circulates ephemeral collections of questionable material value, and infinite cultural value.
 

Art / AIDS / America?
Jason Foumberg
An exhibition highlighting artists' responses to AIDS in America aims to bring a crisis that has migrated "over there" back into view "over here," say curators Rock Hushka and Jonathan D. Katz.
 

* NEW *
A Body of Work
William Gass
A critic leaves the art world for nursing school.
 

Make It Big and Flat
Jonas Lund
An artist's investigation of industry success comes complete with a handy "how-to."
 

Glossary:
Tod(d), or German for "Death"

Tod Wodicka
An abominable first name, explained.
 


Reviews
The Pavilions of India and Pakistan
at the 56th Venice Biennale

Timothy Cooper

Draft
at Studio X, Mumbai, India

Roshan Kumar Mogali

Michael Buetler: Moby Dick
at Hamburger Bahnhof-Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

Myrta Köhler

Lindsay Lawson: The Inner Lives of Objects
at Gillmeier Rech, Berlin

Tess Edmonson

The City Lost and Found
at Princeton University Art Museum

Marcus Civin

Faycal Baghriche: What Looks Back at Us
at Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York, NY

Sandra Skurvida

Ian Wallace: Meta Masculin/Féminin
at Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco

Monica Westin

Jered Sprecher: The Hollow That Echoes
at Gallery Protocol, Gainesville, FL

Maggie Davis

Triple Play
at Marcia Wood Gallery Castleberry, Atlanta

Maggie Davis

Chris Salter, Alien Agency:
Experimental Encounters with Art in the Making

from MIT Press

Dan Weiskopf


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