Anthologies

59 Articles
Sorted by
Warmer: A Collection of Comics About Climate Change for the Fearful & Hopeful by Matthew Thurber
Warmer 01

Comics have a good chance of surviving ecological disaster. Unlike, for example, blue-chip video art, there may be a place for hand-drawn sequential graphics after floodwaters recede.

Building Blocks of Noise by Ben Tripp
Flarf 01

Slow-cooked verbiage in Flarf: An Anthology of Flarf

Polina Barskova by Michael Juliani
Polina Barskova Bomb 1

“I’m interested in subterranean culture that says ‘I will trick you’ to official culture, ‘I will play you.’”

Borrowed Time by J.T. Price
El Doctorow 01

On Doctorow: Collected Stories

Donald Judd Writings by Maika Pollack
680161715 12202016 Donald Judd Chairs Bomb 01

If you’ve ever taken a course about modern and contemporary art history, chances are you know that Minimalist sculptor Donald Judd wrote the lively essay “Specific Objects” in 1965. But you may not know that Judd wrote throughout his thirty-five-year career. 

Hans Ulrich Obrist’s Conversations in Mexico
132520448 09072016 Conversations In Mexico 01 Bomb 137

The nth volume of interviews by curator Hans Ulrich Obrist gathers fourteen conversations with surviving luminaries of an era of Mexican culture that in hindsight is nothing short of magnificent, despite its under-recognized or somewhat forgotten status abroad.

John Wieners’s Supplication: Selected Poems and Stars Seen in Person: Selected Journals by Patrick James Dunagan
Wieners John 01 Bomb 134

The newly published journals match and exceed all preexisting Wieners publications. 

The Art of McSweeney’s by Paul W. Morris
McSweeneys 01

A compilation of text, photographs, illustrations and diagrams, The Art of McSweeney’sdocuments the history of the unique publisher as it rose from its precarious position as a hawker of rejected stories.

The Racial Imaginary: Writers on Race in the Life of the Mind, Edited by Claudia Rankine, Beth Loffreda, & Max King Cap by Timothy Donnelly
The Racial Imaginary 01 Bomb 133

“I can’t distill it all,” Evie Shockley confesses in her contribution to this vital and multifarious print offshoot of Claudia Rankine’s online Open Letter Project.

Renée Green’s Other Planes of There by Thom Donovan
Renee Green

Renée Green’s collection, Other Planes of There, which spans over twenty years of the artist’s career, holds an alluring sense of return for me, offering a kind of fossil record of an evolving debate among progressive artists and cultural critics.

The Cahiers Series: Center for Writers & Translators, The American University of Paris by Sarah Gerard
Ivan Vladislavić

Translation as visitation. Translating silence, or the inability to translate silence. A word that does not want to be translated. Translation as story. Attempting to translate grief. Translation as unanswered letter to the dead. 

The George Kuchar Reader, Edited by Andrew Lampert by Kalup Linzy
Kuchar Reader

When I began to read Andrew Lampert’s introduction to The George Kuchar Reader, the anxieties, fears, and dim career outlook I have often experienced, eased.

David Greenspan’s The Myopia and Other Plays by Anne Washburn
Edschoice Greenspan Myopia 3

David Greenspan’s plays are at once grotesque and beautiful; they pontificate on meta-theater and self-consciousness, while remaining familiar and intimate.

Catherine Morris and Vincent Bonin’s Materializing Six Years: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art by Frances Richard
Edschoice Lippard Body

Lucy R. Lippard collects the history of Conceptual Art in this polyphonic text.

Jed Rasula and Tim Conley’s Burning City: Poems of Metropolitan Modernity by Alan Gilbert
Anatol Stern's Europa

There are many artistic modernisms. There are alternative modernisms, alternatives to modernism, and antimodernisms.

The Collected Writings of Joe Brainard by Anselm Berrigan
Joe Brainard 01

Anselm Berrigan responds to Joe Brainard’s new collection in neatly packaged, minimal essays.

Hal Foster’s The Art-Architecture Complex by Carlos Brillembourg
Hal Foster 01

Commodity fetishism or a city as art? Architect Richard Serra and others add to the panoply of voices in Hal Foster’s new collection of essays, The Art-Architecure Complex.

It Is Almost That: A Collection of Image+Text Work by Women Artists and Writers by Cameron Shaw
Louise Bourgeois 01

Cameron Shaw draws from examples in explaining her own connection to Lisa Pearson’s collection of work by female visual artists and writers.

Yvonne Rainer’s Poems by Corina Copp
Yvonne Rainer 01

Corina Copp contrasts the theatrical work of Yvonne Rainer with her new collection of poems, which are private and resistant to narrative, rejecting abstraction and decorative language.

Encyclopedia Vol. 2 F-K by Alan Gilbert
Krista Franklin 01

Alan Gilbert considers the implications of the release of volume 2 of the Encyclopedia project, as well as the success of its format as creative nonfiction.

No more results to load.
Nothing found—try broadening your search.