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Table of Contents

  1. The Brief

    Judy Chicago at 75; Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art; Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb's new photobook, Memory City; Association of International Photography Art Dealers fair in New York; Dallas Arts Week.

  2. Sightlines

    Allison Freedman Weisberg, founder of the nonprofit space Recess, tells Chris Chang what's on her mind.

  3. First Look

    Patricia Fernández.

  4. Muse

    Home

    The comforts of her own abode and the single-mindedness of great singers restore the much-traveled photographer.

  5. Atlas Istanbul

    Resistance Technology

    In the aftermath of the Arab Spring, Istanbul-based artists make compelling use of data-mining, social media, crowd-sourcing and other digital tools.

  6. Outing Darger

    Ever since the work of the now legendary Chicago-based outsider artist and writer Henry Darger came to light in 1977, four years after his death at age 81, there has been wild art world speculation about this reclusive person.

  7. The Giant Apple

    In summer 2009, the British architect Norman Foster received a surprising telephone call from Apple's leader, Steve Jobs.

  8. The Corporation as Concept

    Defining corporations as commodious, multipart, sometimes self-contradictory aggregates can, the author argues, illuminate their pervasive social effects, particularly where corporate power is now acknowledged least—in the art world.

  9. Brand Minimalism

    The organizer of a quietly daring Chicago exhibition recalls how, decades ago, he suggested an analogy between commercial design and the era's most formally rigorous art.

  10. Young Incorporated Artists

    With slick corporate identities and digital media savvy, emerging artists are mimicking—all too closely—established forms of cultural power. 

  11. In the Studio: Sam Lewitt

    Dataflows, global finance, technological change, subject-object relations and the myth of art for art's sake are all key themes in Sam Lewitt's recursive installations and quirky material experiments.

  12. Artworld

    People, Awards, Obituaries

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