C Magazine 121

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking
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C Magazine Issue 121 “Walking” includes features “On Speculative Walking: From the Peripatetic to the Peristaltic” by Randy Lee Cutler, “Walking Transformed: The Dialogics of Art & Walking” by Simon Pope, “Sissy Boys on YouTube: Notes Towards a Cultural History of Online Queer Childhood” by Jon Davies, “The Walk Exchange: Pedagogy and Pedestrianism” an Interview with Moira Williams by Earl Miller and “Walking with Artists” edited by Eugenia Kisin and Amish Morrell; plus an artist project by Sheilah Wilson with text by Stephen Horne, and our regular sections On Writing, Exhibition Reviews, Book Reviews and Artefact.

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 119

C Magazine 119, ResidenciesC Magazine 119, Residencies

C Magazine 119, Residencies
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Issue 119 includes feature essays by Laura Kenins on “Escapists and Jet-Setters: Residencies and Sustainability”, Stephanie Springgay on “The Pedagogical Impulse: Aberrant Residencies and Classroom Ecologies,” and Randy Lee Cutler on the 55th Venice Biennale, as well as Sky Goodden in conversation with Wanda Koop and an interview by Amish Morrell with Shinobu Akimoto and Matthew Evans. C119 also includes an artist project by the Nomadic Residency Council and the collaborative project “love takes the worry out of being close: public assemblies in bed with queers”; book reviews and reviews of exhibitions by Kara Uzelman, Sara Angelucci, David Askevold, Bernadette Corporation and more.

C Magazine 119, Residencies

C Magazine 118

C Magazine 118, CriticismC Magazine 118, Criticism

C Magazine 118, Criticism
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Issue 118 includes feature essays by Adam Lauder on “Sensitivity Information”, Charlene Lau on “Problems in the Evaluation of Contemporary Art”, Stephen Horne on the “Doing(s) of Art Criticism”, Ben Davis on “Surviving the Crisis”, and Peta Rake on “Private Acts: Note taking in the Margins of Art Criticism”, as well as Sky Goodden in conversation with Dave Hickey.

Artist Projects include Dave Dyment’s Old Man Deciphering a Briefcase, and Charmaine Wheatley’s The Painting is Better.

Also, in this issue, reviews from across Canada and around the globe: Rose Bouthillier on Julia Dault, Jessica Bradley Annex, Toronto; Heather White on Jimmy Limit: Show Room, Clint Roenisch Gallery, Toronto; Shannon Anderson on Volume: Hear Here, Blackwood Gallery, Mississauga; Kyla Brown on Peter Dykhuis: Inventories & Micro-mapping, Red Head Gallery, Toronto; Vanessa Parent: Invisible Violence, Artspeak, Vancouver; Gloria Hickey on Philippa Jones: MIRIAD, The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John’s; Jane Affleck on Position As Desired, Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, Halifax; Daniella E. Sanader on Manuela Lalic: Activisme timide, Optica, Montreal; Jill Gleesing This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980’s, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Jen Hutton on Jordan Wolfson: Raspberry Poser, REDCAT, Los Angeles; and Michael Davidge on Robert Tombs: L’Occupation, ParisCONCRET, Paris.

C118 also includes book reviews of The Last Art College: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1968-1978, review by Leah Modigliani; West of Center: Art and the Counterculture Experiment in America, 1965-1977, review by Felicity Tayler; and Work Work Work: A Reader on Art and Labour, review by Amber Landgraff.

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C Magazine 117, TranslationsC Magazine 117, Translations

C Magazine 117, Translations
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“Who has time for cynicism? If there is one role model in handling implication it is Jackie Chan…. At moments it’s all flying in his face but look at how he suddenly realigns the whole mess into a landfill art piece.”

— Hito Styerl

Issue 117 includes feature essays by Kristin Campbell, on the work of Kristiina Lahde, Diana Sherlock on the conference “Institutions by Artists,” Ania Wroblewski on the exhibition Feminism after Elles, as well as Patricia Reed in conversation with Hito Steyerl and Jacquelyn Ross in conversation with Tiziana La Melia.

Also, in this issue, reviews from across Canada and around with globe: Sean Alward: A Vertical City Goes Both Ways, Vancouver; Kika Thorne: The wildcraft, Windsor; Vanessa Maltese: Two-fold Tally, Toronto;, Archival Dialogues: Reading the Black Star Collection, Toronto; Michèle Provost: Rebranding Bytown, Ottawa; Nicolas Grenier: Proximities, Montreal; Rick Leong: The Sublimation of Self, Halifax; Hazel Meyer: Walls to the Ball, St. Johns; XTRAVAGANZA: Staging Leigh Bowery, Vienna; Roman Liška: Nu Balance, London; and A New Novel by Bjarne Melgaard, New York. C117 includes book reviews of One for Me and One to Share: Artists’ Multiples and Editions, edited by Dave Dyment and Gregory Elgstrand; Open! Key Texts, 2004–2012: Art, Culture and the Public Domain, edited by Jorinde Seijdel and Liesbeth Melis; Disturbances, by Critical Art Ensemble; and Summer of Hate, by Chris Kraus.

Artist Projects include FAG’s (Feminist Art Gallery) Faging it Forward, and Christopher Kulendran Thomas’ When Platitudes Become Form.

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C Magazine 116, CollectionsC Magazine 116, Collections

C Magazine 116, Collections
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Issue 116, Collections, features essays by Steve Lyons on Ivan Moudov’s Museum in Fragments; Laura Kenins looking at Electronic Waste as Collection through the work of Laura Kikauka and Gordon Monahan, Eleanor King and Artifact Institute; Randy Gladman on the Art Collection of Alison and Alan Schwartz; Shannon d’Avout on Walid Raad and Artist Pension Trust; Anna-Sophie Springer on The Book as Exhibition, as well as an artist project by Charles Stankievech with an accompanying essay by Pandora Syperek. C Magazine 116 also includes reviews of exhibitions by Yuji Agematsu, Morgan Fisher, Raymond Boisjoly, Ian Baxter and Derek Liddington, as well as group exhibitions Emotional Blackmail at Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Wavelengths & Future Projections at the Toronto International Film Festival, Where is the Time at Foundation Izolyatsia in Ukraine, Sounding Selves at Dalhousie University Art Gallery, and Only Birds Sing the Music of Heaven in this World at the Museum of Craft and Folk Art.

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C Magazine 115, ParticipationC Magazine 115, Participation

C Magazine 115, Participation
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Issue 115, Participation, features essays by Vesna Krstich on how to make a ‘Happening’ classroom, Leah Modigliani on the Vancouver Occupations of 1971, Amy Fung on communities and antagonism, Rachel Anne Farquharson on recollecting through the works of Kerry Tribe, Petrina Ng and Lindsay Seers, as well as Corrine Fitzpatrick in response to our recent “Men” issue. C Magazine 115 also includes an artist project by MPA and Amapola Prada, book reviews and reviews of exhibitions by Jeremy Deller, Janieta Eyre, Emily Falencki, Sean MacAlister, Michael Maranda, Rory Middleton and Cindy Sherman, among others.

C Magazine 114

C Magazine 114, MenC Magazine 114, Men

C Magazine 114, Men
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Issue 114, Men, includes essays by Ken Moffatt on male shame, Kerry Manders on Chris Ironside’s Mr. Long Weekend, Dan Adler on Ian Wallace’s Monochrome Series, an interview with Tobaron Waxman by Shawn Syms, and Ann Marie Peña in conversation with Yinka Shonibare. C Magazine 114 also includes Lezbros for Lesbos, an artist project by Logan MacDonald and Jon Davies, exhibition reviews of Michael Flaherty, A.K. Burns, Christoph Schlingensief, Attila Richard Lukacs, Althea Thauberger and Andrea Zittel, and book reviews.

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C Magazine 113, MemoryC Magazine 113, Memory

C Magazine 113, Memory
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Issue 113, Memory, includes a feature interview with Toronto-based artist Derek Sullivan, by Saelan Twerdy; essays by writers including Carol Zemel, on Yael Bartana’s And Europe Will be Stunned…, Scott McLeod, on the 8th Mercosul Biennial, Michelle Kasprzak on Social Media and Art, Chloé Roubert on the Reflecting Absence memorial in New York, and Allison Collins and Eli Bornowsky on Pacific Standard Time; and exhibition reviews from Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Charlottetown, Waterloo, Venice, Rotterdam and Istanbul. The Noteworthy section by Benjamin Bruneau critically explores the phenomena art blogging. For the artist project in this issue, the collective CN Tower Liquidation dematerialized the first issue of C Magazine, published in the winter of 1983/84, and cast its destroyed remnants in a polymer resin cube that appears on the inside back cover. This issue also includes book reviews of Art Metropole’s new “…by Artists” anthology Commerce by Artists edited by Luis Jacob, and Grant Kester’s latest book, The One and the Many: Contemporary Collaborative Art in a Global Context.

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C Magazine112, Exhibition PracticesC Magazine 112, Exhibition Practices

C Magazine 112, Exhibition Practices
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Issue 112, Exhibition Practices, include Jesse Birch, A Sea of Contingencies: Durational Projects, on Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber’s A Sign for the City and Cate Rimmer’s curatorial project, The Voyage, or Three Years at Sea; Philip Monk, Some Like it Haute, on the General Idea Retrospective at the Art Gallery of Ontario; Caroline Seck Langill, Me Calling Him — Him Calling Me, on Tom Sherman’s recent video work; Denise Frimer, Paris/Ojibwa, an interview with Robert Houle; and Tatiana Mellema, New Experiments in Communal Living, looking at projects including the La Commune.

Exhibition reviews include Taryn Simon: A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters, at the Tate Modern; Art Ex 2011, in Grand Falls-Windsor, NFLD; Pavillon levé (dix jours à vaincre les mortes-eaux), at Circa Gallery, Montreal; The Normal Condition of Any Communication, at TPW in Toronto; Gwen MacGregor and Sandra Rechico: Backtrack, at A trans Pavilion, Berlin; The Art of Eating, at CX Catalunya Caixa Obra Social, La Pedrera, Barcelona; Louise Bourgeois: El Retorno de lo Reprimido, Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires; Haven’t We Been Here Before?, at Platform Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts, Winnipeg; New Photography 2011, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and Carl Beam: The Poetics of Being, at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Also included in issue 112 are book reviews and an artist project by Alex Wolfson.

C Magazine 111

C Magazine 111, Libraries

C Magazine 111, Libraries
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Issue 111 Libraries includes features by Adam Lauder on Performing the Library; Jen Hutton on Dexter Sinister; David Senior on the Whole Earth Catalogue; Randy Lee Cutler on Reading; Pandora Syperek on ILLUMINnations: the 54th Venice Biennale; Jenifer Papararo on Frances Stark: I’ve Had it and a Half at The Hammer Museum, and an artist project by Read-in. Issue 111 also includes reviews of: Rabih Mroué: The Inhabitants of Images at Prefix ICA; Song Dong: Waste Not at the Vancouver Art Gallery; Gina Badger: Mongrels at Issue Project Room; Adel Abdessemed: The Future of Décor at OCAD Professional Gallery; Chris Curreri: Something Something at University of Toronto Art Centre; The Birds and the Bees at Oakville Galleries; The Domestic Queens Project at FOFA Gallery, Concordia, and Wim Botha: All Around at Galerie Jette Rudolf. Also included is a review by the 2011 C New Critics Competition winner Kari Cwynar on Models for Taking Part at Presentation House Gallery.

No More Reality

Phil Chang
Arthur Ou
Eduardo Sarabia
Anna Sew Hoy

Temporary bookshop and exhibition
July 21 — August 25, 2011
Reception: Thursday, July 21, 6-8pm
Organized by Textfield, Inc.

Creatures of Comfort
205 Mulberry St.
New York, NY 10012
www.creaturesofcomfort.us
Creatures of Comfort New York is pleased to present No More Reality, a temporary bookshop and exhibition organized by Textfield, Inc. The bookshop and exhibition will take place in Creatures of Comfort’s adjacent project space at 205 Mulberry St.

In conjunction with the bookshop, which will feature current and archived titles from Textfield Distribution, there will be an exhibition of work by artists that Jonathan Maghen has collaborated with through Textfield to realize various publishing projects. The exhibition will feature the works of Phil Chang, Arthur Ou, Eduardo Sarabia, and Anna Sew Hoy.

The bookshop and exhibition title have been appropriated from the Philippe Parreno work, No More Reality (the demonstration), 1991, which is a four-minute video of children demonstrating, and chanting the slogan and title (“No More Reality”).

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C Magazine 110

C Magazine 110, Food

C Magazine 110, Food
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Issue 110 includes Mark Clintberg’s essay Hungry Eyes: Feasting on Food Photography from elBulli and Beyond, Nicole J. Caruth’s Kitchen Studio: A Recipe for Disaster, Leah Modigliani’s Collaborating on Conceptual Art: An Aesthetics of the Impossible and Swapnaa Tamhane’s The Performative Space: Tracing the Roots of Performance-Based Work in India. This issue also include an interview by Pandora Syperek with Fiona Kinsella and artist projects by Keesic Douglas and Aislinn Thomas. The reviews section includes writing about exhibitions and projects by Karen Azoulay, Marcel Dzama, Jessica Eaton, Sean Martindale, John Monteith, Bruce Nauman, Cady Noland and Diane Arbus, Douglas Scholes and Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C.

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C Magazine 109, Knowledge

C Magazine 109, Knowledge
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Issue 109 of C Magazine, Knowledge, includes an essay by Jen Kennedy, School’s In: Contemporary Art and the Educational Turn, that examines Jennifer Dalton and William Powhida’s #class, Anton Vidokle’s unitednationsplaza and Night School, and projects recently conducted at the Copenhagen Free University, and a feature article by Sholem Krishtalka, “You and Me and Her and Us and Them: A Conversation on Using and Being Used,” about collaborating with novelist Sheila Heti and painter and filmmaker Margaux Williamson. This issue also includes an interview by Mandy Ginson with Toril Johannessen, exploring some of the ways Johannessen engages scientific methods of analysis and models of classification and display in her work, as well as two artist projects; Summerhill, Revised, by Helen Reed and Hannah Jickling with an accompanying text by Stephanie Springgay, and Studies for Possible Futures by Maggie Groat. Issue 109 also includes reviews of the 29th Bienal de São Paulo and Manifesta 8, as well as book reviews and exhibition reviews from cities including Fredericton, Halifax, Hamilton, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.