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ELLEN CANTOR

ELLEN CANTOR

A History of the World As It Has Become Known to Me

Lia Gangitano, Fatima Hellberg & Jamie Stevens (Eds.)

American artist Ellen Cantor (1961–2013) combined ready-made materials with diaristic notes and drawings to probe her perceptions and experiences of personal desire and institutional violence.

ANTHONY CARO

ANTHONY CARO

Sea Music

Stephen Feeke (Ed.)

In 1991, when Anthony Caro’s public sculpture Sea Music was launched, Antony Gormley was seven years away from completing Angel of the North.

HEMAN CHONG

HEMAN CHONG

Ifs, Ands, or Buts

Li Qi (Ed.)

Heman Chong’s first solo museum exhibition at the Rockbund Art Museum (2016), Shanghai, China, provides an insightful and critical look into the Singaporean artist’s recent practice.

SOPHIE COLLINS

SOPHIE COLLINS

Small white Monkeys: On Self-expression, Self-help and Shame

Small White Monkeys is a fragmented essay that includes poems and images on self- expression, self-help, and shame.