Context Without Walls
is a new collaboration between art critic Daphne Pappers and Valiz, in which intercontinental contemporary art is related to philosophical, anthropological, political and art historical notions.
Context Without Walls: Confrontation with the Other
In this first volume philosopher Liesbeth Levy and Daphne Pappers disclose the work of the artist Myriam Mihindou (Gabon/France, 1964) and the power of dialogue. | more
We Roma: A Critical Reader in Contemporary Art explores how the Roma can function as an example to follow, as a source of knowledge and inspiration in our times of flux and global hegemonic transitions.
Conceptual Art in a Curatorial Perspective
Author Nathalie Zonnenberg analyses how to deal with artworks that are essentially absent. And how we can identify the conceptual work of art in terms of curation. | more
Willem Sandberg, Portrait of an Artist
The first English edition of the inspirational 'art and museum classic' gives insight into questions of museum policy, art in society, art criticism, the role of the artist, architecture, etc.
At the age of 69 --as his radically innovative past work in partnership with Marina Abramović has reached the highest degrees of critical acclaim worldwide-- Ulay (artist name of Uwe Frank Laysiepen – Solingen, 1943) finally reveals his best kept secrets: a startling oeuvre, coherently rooted in a personal life philosophy guided by strong ethical principles. | back