Art In America

Fall e-Reading: Tate Publishing

People who talk about art books being the last bastion of print are usually thinking, explicitly or not, of the coffee table tome. So what happens when a large, traditional publisher of artist books starts making e-books? 

Summer eReading: Badlands Unlimited

From Saddam Hussein's didactic speeches on democracy (yes, really) to a strangely poetic collection of GIFs with quasi-philosophical captions, the catalogue of Brooklyn publisher Badlands Unlimited is as wide-reaching as the work of its founder,...

Summer eReading: Klaus_eBooks

At first glance, ebooks and artist's books seem the perfect marriage. The multimedia and interactive features possible in ebooks provide fertile ground for experimentation.

Corporate Aesthetics: the GCC at MoMA PS1

In the 21st century, business and diplomacy look like the best of friends. Thanks to intergovernmental efforts to deregulate and homogenize financial markets, money can now travel largely unobstructed by national borders.

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