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Book Launch – NEW YORK

Tyler Coburn: Solitary

Join artist and writer Tyler Coburn for a performative presentation of his latest book, Solitary.

The talk will be engaged by art historian, curator, and educator Patricia Eunji Kim, PhD.

Copies of Solitary will be available for purchase during the event.

Thursday 8 December, 7 pm
Canal Projects
New York


Artistic Ecologies

Artistic Ecologies: New Compasses and Tools explores ways in which artists and institutions are navigating contemporary conditions generating new practices, tools and artistic ecosystems.

In a moderated conversation at the Rijksakademie, the book’s editors—Pablo Martinez, Ana Dević and Emily Pethick—will expand upon the themes addressed in the book.

Thursday 24 November, 5 – 6 pm

Find out more and reserve a free ticket here.

Event – New York

Denise Ferreira da Silva in Conversation

Join NYU’s Department of Performance Studies in celebration of Denise Ferreira da Silva’s new book, Unpayable Debt.

Friday 18 November, 3 – 5 pm
Richard Schechner Studio
New York

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Book Launch – Glasgow

Tyler Coburn: Solitary

Solitary is an experiment in site-specific writing, produced at a wellness center in South Korea designed as a mock prison. To make the book, artist Tyler Coburn commissioned nine contributors to spend time in ‘solitary confinement’ at the center, where they produced texts using the materials on hand.

For this event, Tyler will give a talk about the project, touching on the site and its unique relationship to wellness, incarceration, sensory deprivation, and solitude.

Saturday 5 November
Good Press

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Sonia Balassanian

To coincide with the launch of Sonia Balassanian by Omar Kholeif, Cromwell Place will host a panel discussion with Balassanian, Kholeif and Hans Ulrich Obrist.

Tuesday 11 October, 5 – 6 pm
Cromwell Place

Reserve a free ticket here.

From October 12 – 16, the Pavilion Gallery at Cromwell Place will present the exhibition Sonia Balassanian: Five Decades in the Making. 

Book Launch – New York

Ina Blom: Houses to Die In

Please join Ina Blom in conversation with Andrew Uroskie to celebrate the release of Blom’s new essay collection Houses to Die In and Other Essays on Art

Thursday 13 October, 6:30 pm
Greene Naftali
New York

Reserve a free ticket here.

Book Launch – London

A programme dedicated to Danièle Huillet

Tell It to the Stones: Encounters with the Films of Danièle Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub will be launched at the Goethe-Institut London as part of a programme dedicated to Danièle Huillet.

Curated by Annett Busch—who edited the book alongside Tobias Hering—the programme will present screenings of Straub & Huillets’s films alongside the book launch and readings.

Saturday 8 October, 2 pm

Book tickets here.


Valerie Solanas: Up Your Ass

Wendy Vogel reviews Valerie Solanas’s rarely published, legendary play, Up Your Ass, in Artforum.

“There’s been a mistaken conflation between Solanas’s life and art: Up Your Ass as a forgotten dry run of the SCUM Manifesto, SCUM as a manual for deadly violence against men, and Solanas’s attack on Warhol. Like all events involving Valerie Solanas, the reality is more complicated.”

Read the full review here.


Diamela Eltit: Custody of the Eyes

Olivia Casa writes about the forgotten history behind Diamela Eltit’s Custody of the Eyes in Art Agenda’s “Rearview” series. Read the review here.

Image credit: CADA (Colectivo Acciones de Arte: Raúl Zurita, Fernando Balcells, Diamela Eltit, Lotty Rosenfeld, and Juan Castillo), No +, 1983. Documentation of live action, dimensions variable. Image courtesy of CADA. Photo by Lotty Rosenfeld.

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