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Issue 1 / Shifting Points of View: Three International Art Biennials in North America

Conversations with curators, artists, and communities engaged with contemporary art biennials in Santa Fe, New Orleans, and Montreal about trends and themes in these exhibitions. Features: Andrea Bowers, Chas Jamison Banks, Sylvie Fortin, Gianfranco Foschino, Remy Jungerman, Irene Hofmann, Glenda León, Jillian Mayer, Jason Middlebrook, Gary Simmons, Franklin Sirmans, Melanie Smith, Tavares Strachan, Margaret Thomas


Issue 2 / Site Sensitive: Contemporary Art With a Sense of Place

Contemporary artists and curators reveal how context influences content in international projects featuring photography, video, installation, sound, and performance. Features: Janet Biggs, Tania BrugueraLouis Grachos, Sarah Hobbs, Joan Jonas, Jason Moran, Tameka Norris, Adam Schreiber, Stephen Vitiello, Agustina Woodgate 


Issue 3 / Spatial Interventions: Experimental Projects in the Public Sphere

Contemporary artists, curators, architects, and filmmakers talk about projects that transform the individual experience of communities, institutions, and environments around the world. Features: Cesar Cornejo, Joanna Malinowska and C.T. Jasper, Mary MattinglyAgnes Meyer-Brandis, Sarah Oppenheimer, William Pope.L, Helena ReckittJack Sanders, Marinella Senatore, Scott Stulen and Katie Hill, Naama Tsabar and Mindy Abovitz


Issue 4 / Creating Connections: Sparking Engagement

In São Paulo, Lyon, North Adams, Chicago, and Richmond, the works and exhibitions in Issue 4 invite you to consider how artists and curators pose enduring questions about the meaning of art as a social practice. Features: Jochen Volz, William Pope.L, Anawana Haloba, Donna Kukama, Rick Lowe, Susan Cross, James Voorhies, Stephanie Smith, Theaster Gates, Allison Knowles, Marinella Senatore and more.


Issue 5 / The Art of Capitalism

Online, in museums, galleries, and out on the streets, we consider the relationship between art and global capitalism. Features: Occupy Museums, The Tower of David, The Bank Job, Museums of Capitalism in Oakland, California, Berlin and Brussels, Reverend Billy, the Stop Shopping Choir and more.