For Art Market Catharsis
Gender and the art world: how differently art is received coming from different bodies.
'Wretched of the Screen'
A tribute to the 'hyperstimulation of contemporary media,' Fiona Duncan thinks you should read this book.
For Indistinguishable Friendships
Lodovico Pignatti Morano's story, told by an anonymous narrator, is a fascinating example of lifes adventures and encounters.
Angela Davis: An American History
The political activist who participated in the Marin County incident reflects on her life.
Dino Buzzati pays tribute to "babes" in his illustrated depiction of the afterlife.
Four Times Through
For the puzzle-lover: Four Times Through the Labyrinth will take your mind through a maze
For An Ode To Summer
Eileen Myles’ book of poetry, "Not Me," with its lime green cover, presents rhythmic poetry perfect for summer.
For Orange is the New Black Fans
Reviewing a Prison-themed issue filled with topical stats, from CLOG, a quarterly journal of architecture.
For Reading On Reading
Examining the F.R.David journals as reading and writing in contemporary art practice.
For Acid-Colored Lenses
Reviewing "Ant Colony" the off-color debut graphic novel from Michael Deforge.
For Again and Again
Maggie Nelson's "Bluets" as an exquisite book of poetry to read and always re-read.
For Experienced Criticsm
Appreciating the critical writing in Dave Hickey's "Air Guitar", with his lived experienced approach to reading pop culture.
If You “Get It”
In conjunction with the Whitney Biennial, this Semiotext(e) box set helps us understand just how culture is breaking down.
For Fashion Like A Meme
Why William Gibson's novels, like Pattern Recognition and Zero History, offer simply the best writing on fashion.
If You Feel Like Reading Genius
Reena Spaulings is a novel borne from the internet age and equal parts of everything.
If You Want To Fall Off the Grid
Reviewing Seth Price's "How to Disappear in America", capturing the capsule of our current mood.