Published by the Jewish Museum. Edited by Jens Hoffman. The accompanying texts include classic works by Sigmund Frued and Leo Steinberg, reprinted with new commentary by Mark edmonson and Joshua Decter, respectively. A recent essay on unorthodoxy in Judaism by Alan T. Levenson with a response by Jack Wetheimer; and a previously unpublished meditation on Aby Warburg's art history by Georges Didi-Huberman.
Hardcover, 184 pages
Edited by Matt Keegan, designed by Su Barber, and published by Capricious. ==#2 is a non-thematic arts publication contained in a box with a 96-page bound volume featuring artist-to-artist interviews, texts, and transcriptions. Six loose multiples are also included.
Contributors include: Sam Anderson, Uri Aran, Fia Backström, Darren Bader, Judith Barry, Stefania Bortolami, Daniel Bozhkov, Milano Chow, Anna Craycroft, Lucky DeBellevue, Cristina Delgado, Haytham El-Wardany, Jake Ewert, Vincent Fecteau, Corrine Fitzpatrick, Harrell Fletcher, Rachel Foullon, Aurélien Froment, Kenny Greenberg, Calla Henkel, Leslie Hewitt, Jaya Howey, Adelita Husni-Bey, Iman Issa, Ruba Katrib, Jill Magid, Jo Nigoghossian, Aaron Peck, Max Pitegoff, David Placek, Olivia Plender, Lisa Robertson, Andrew Russeth, Amy Sillman, Diane Simpson, Greg Parma Smith, Jessica Stockholder, Martine Syms, and Anicka Yi.
Edition of 500
Published on the occasion of an exhibition held at Fassbender Gallery, Chicago, IL, March 19 - April 17, 1999 and Sybaris Gallery, Royal Oak, MI, May 24 - June 30, 2001. Photography by Tom Van Eynde. Design and typesetting by the JNL. Essay by Susan Snodgrass.
Published by College of Dupage on the occasion for an exhibition held at the Gahlberg Gallery, Arts Center, March 25 - April 22, 1995. Essay by James Yood and an Artist's statement.