The second volume from Oslo Editions, Roman Letters is a collection of urgent missives addressed to unnamed friends, written from Rome by Evan Calder Williams.
Critical Texts Since 1965
Paula Feldman, Alistair Rider, Karsten Schubert
The 40-year career of radically minimalist sculpture and poetry of Carl Andre, one of the major American minimalists of the 1960s, is often compared to contemporaries like Robert Morris and Donald Judd.
The Possibility of the Impossible
Michael Hirsch, Vanessa Joan Müller and Nicolaus Schafhausen
Commemorating Adorno’s 100th birthday, these two volumes consider the German writer’s still-radical theory that capitalism feeds the people the products of a “culture industry”—the opposite of “true” art—to keep them passive and politically apathetic.
“ This study of the philosophical underpinnings of installation art brilliantly reevaluates the concept of aesthetic autonomy as the very condition of the possibility of ‘art’ itself,” writes internationally prominent art historian Tom Holert.