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                      1-130: Selected works Ghassan Bishouty b. 1941 Safad, Palestine - d. 2004 Amman, Jordan
                      35 €

                      Which images are made manifest across an artist’s practice and which are the ones that disappear? How do objects—whether seen or unseen—and the knowledge they possess traverse across place and time to avow their resistance? These are amongst the questions asked by artist Nour Bishouty in her artist’s book 1—130, a project that draws upon her ongoing research into the works of her father, Ghassan Bishouty (b. 1941 Palestine – d. 2004, Jordan). In 1—130, she borrows from methods of indexing and object classification to act as figurative codes for identification and cross-reference within the contexts of value and legacy. All the while employing paratactic strategies of text and image to understand the life and work of an artist faced with the discontinuity of deracination.

                      1—130 constitutes reflexive encounters with a series of 130 selected paintings and sculptures made circa 1965-2004 in Lebanon and Jordan, and concludes with an afterword by editor and curator Jacob Korczynski.

                      1—130 is designed by Laura Pappa & Lotte Lara Schröder and co-published by Art Metropole & Motto Books.

                      Nour Bishouty is a visual artist working in a range of media including digital images, works on paper, sculpture, video, and writing. Her multidisciplinary practice draws upon autobiographical and material narratives to explore how dominant notions of value are articulated and exchanged, often focusing on the construction of popular identity in relation to histories of place. Nour was a fellow at the 2014/15 Home Workspace Program at Ashkal Alwan in Beirut. Her work has been exhibited in venues such as Darat Al Funun, Amman; Access Gallery, Vancouver; the Beirut Art Centre, the Helen Day Art Centre, Vermont; Casa Arabe, Madrid and Cordoba; and the Mosaic Rooms, London.

                      Jacob Korczynski is an independent curator and the recent recipient of a curatorial research fellowship from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. He has curated projects for the Stedelijk Museum, Cooper Cole, Western Front, and the Badischer Kunstverein and his writing has been published by art-agenda, Camera Austria, Flash Art, and BOMB. With curatorial projects taking the form of exhibitions, screenings, and publications he is also the editor of I See/La Camera: I (If I Can't Dance I Don't Want to Be Part of Your Revolution), Andrew James Paterson's Collection/Correction (Kunstverein Toronto & Mousse Publishing), Jimmy Robert's Revue (Leopold Hoesch Museum), and Nour Bishouty's 1-130 (Art Metropole & Motto Books).

                      Art 36 Basel
                      43,95 €

                      Hailed by The New York Times as the ''Olympics of the Art World,'' the Art Basel fair looks back on a long and rich tradition, and is also considered to be the largest and most important art fair in the world. It offers a comprehensive overview of modern and contemporary art, and, at the same time, continues to be the annual meeting point of the international art world, attracting artists, gallery owners, collectors, curators, critics, and art lovers from all over the globe. This catalogue features nearly 600 color illustrations that review the selection presented at Art 36 Basel, provides information on the event, and is an indispensable reference to the most recent developments in the art world.

                      Art Basel, the international art show, welcomes art lovers from all over the world to art city Basel, in the heart of Europe.

                      The Art Basel fair looks back on a long and rich tradition, and is also the largest and most important art fair in the world. It offers a comprehensive overview of modern and contemporary art, and, at the same time, has been the annual meeting-point of the international art world, attracting artists, gallery owners, collectors, curators, critics, and art lovers from all over the globe. The catalogue features more than 500 color illustrations that review the selection presented at Art 36 Basel; thus it gives the most comprehensive account of what is available on the international art market at the beginning of the twenty-first century. The catalogue provides information on this important annual art event well in advance, and has become a popular collector's item. It lists 260 of the leading galleries in Europe, the United States, Asia, and Australia, and more than one thousand artists represented by them. Individual entries are easy to find by means of alphabetically arranged indexes of both exhibitors and artists. 

                      Artículo 123
                      25 €

                      Ce livre naît d'un lieu créé en 2012 dans la ville de Mexico, par deux Français architectes et artistes, Delphine Passot et Arnaud Zein El Din.

                      C'est une ancienne maison dans le centre de la ville, dans une zone à l'abandon et où la gentrification tarde à venir.

                      Au milieu des vendeurs de journaux et des réparateurs de matériel électrique, au numéro 123 de la rue Artículo se trouve ce lieu qui mélange restaurant, galerie et magasin d'artisanat mexicain, avec l'intention de nourrir le corps et l'esprit. Depuis 2013, il a accueilli au total 84 expositions, tous les mois sans interruption, et diffusé des artistes mexicains ou habitants au Mexique.

                      Aujourd'hui durement touché par la pandémie et courant le risque de disparaître, il perdure malgré tout mais en s'adaptant et en trouvant d'autres formes de fonctionnement.

                      La vente de ce livre est destinée à pouvoir continuer d'exister et compile une partie des expositions qui ont eu lieu dans la galerie, sous forme d'une relecture non chronologique, au moyen de duos d'expositions.

                      TEXTES EN ESPAGNOL

                      Artwork as Institution. Stephen Willats
                      Nouveauté
                      Artwork as Institution. Stephen Willats
                      23 €

                      For the first time, this publication brings together the Mosaic works by the British artist Stephen Willats, which were created in Great Britain and Finland in the 1990s. In these works, Willats uses the medium of the book to enter into an exchange with people and to create a space in neighborhoods, museums, and bookstores where social bonds can be established. It is a collaborative process through which Willats redefines the web of relationships between artist, artwork, audience and society; a process of instituting in which the artwork becomes its own institution.

                      With contributions by Jamie Allen, Bernhard Garnicnig, Elsa Himmer, Lucie Kolb and Stephen Willats.

                      Breakthroughs: Avant-garde Artists in Europe and America, 1950-1990
                      75 €

                      Inspired by Abstract Expressionism, avant-garde art has emerged in the second half of the 20th century manifested in such unorthodox artforms as Pop Art, Minimalism, and Conceptualism. The Wexner Center in Columbus, Ohio, a showplace for the contemporary arts, has marked its first year with this hefty, amply illustrated anthology. Chronologically divided into three eras that correspond to three Wexner Center exhibitions, the 16 scholarly essays in the first two sections--written by notable art critics and historians involved in the movement--examine such issues as the synthesis of the arts, the cultural shift from Europe to America, and influences of popular culture in relation to each decade's sociopolitical issues. The third section contains several interviews with artists discussing their creative processes. Recommended for academic and large public libraries.

                      The Wexner Center's inaugural publication, Breakthroughs is an extraordinary survey of avant-garde art. This substantial, thoroughly illustrated volume details the activities of avant-garde artists, musicians, performing artists, and film and video makers-from Laurie Anderson, Joseph Beuys, and John Cage to Yvonne Rainer, Frank Stella, and Andy Warhol.

                      CORDYCEPS GAUD ADVERSARY - DOZIE KANU
                      29,80 €

                      Cordyceps Gaud Adversary
                      Authors: Dozie Kanu, Manuel Arturo Abreu, Klein, Martine Syms, Moritz Scheper
                      Design: jmmp (Julian Mader, Max Prediger)
                      Publisher: Motto Books, Neuer Essener Kunstverein
                      Language: English, German
                      Pages: 121
                      Size: 21.5 x 29 cm
                      Weight: 674 g
                      Binding: Softcover
                      ISBN: 9782940672462

                      Dozie Kanu’s “Cordyceps Gaud Adversary" is the first comprehensive publication that contextualizes and traces his artistic practice of the last four years in relation to the notion of Black material culture, the theatricality of exhibition-making and his understanding of contemporary sculpture.

                      The publication is published on the occasion of Dozie Kanu’s exhibition at Neuer Essener Kunstverein and and includes, in addition to a generous image section, commissioned texts by Moritz Scheper and manuel arturo abreu, as well as a conversation on the artistic practice of Kanu between Martine Syms, Klein, and the artist.

                       

                      Emmanuel Régent
                      10 €

                      Comment traiter de l'architecture dans une exposition sans forcément mettre en scène la photographie du bâtiment, sa maquette ou le plan qui l'accompagne ? C'est à cette question que répond l'invitation faite à Emmanuel Régent de porter son regard sur un choix d'édifices contemporains sur la Côte d'Azur à l'occasion de la publication éditée par le Conseil général des Alpes-Maritimes et Les presses du réel.

                      L'artiste répond par la réalisation d'une grande fresque murale d'une quinzaine de mètres de longueur, composée d'une vingtaine de supports en bois, découpés selon la silhouette de leurs plans-masses et agencés comme un Tetris® horizontal à grande échelle. Le tout forme une sorte de cartographie inédite du territoire. L'ensemble est elliptique, suggère plutôt qu'il n'informe, laissant surtout apparaître le regard d'un artiste sur des constructions qui échappent bien souvent à notre attention.

                      Catalogue de l'exposition à la Villa Arson
                      20 avenue stephen liégeard 06105 Nice
                      24 juin - 30 octobre 2011

                      emPowerment - Cantiere Italia
                      24 €

                      Catalogo della mostra (Genova, 30 giugno-5 settembre 2004)

                      Il volume, catalogo dell?omonimo evento espositivo allestito a Genova, documenta il mutato panorama dell?arte italiana contemporanea attraverso il lavoro di sessanta artisti, alcuni emergenti, altri internazionalmente noti. I protagonisti di "Empowerment" raccontano un modo diverso di fare arte, che nasce direttamente dal contatto con la strada e con la cultura di massa, partecipando o attingendo a fenomeni popolari come skateboarding, urban graffiti, movimenti hip hop, telestreet e varie altre forme di attivismo. "Empowerment" vuole dunque porsi come una sorta di neorealismo contemporaneo che assume a modello figure quali Rossellini, Pasolini e Grifi, configurandosi al tempo stesso come un laboratorio sperimentale in cui confluiscono le tematiche dell?immigrazione, del terrorismo, delle inchieste sociali e proposte collettive alternative. Il volume, concepito come un archivio di cronaca contemporanea, raccoglie contributi specifici e interviste. _x000D_ Genova, giugno-settembre 2004

                      Artisti in mostra:
                      gruppo A12, Actiegroep, Alterazioni Video, Federico Ambiel, Yuri Ancarani, Giorgio Andreotta, Michele Aquila, BO 130, Simona Basilavecchia, Fabrizio Basso, Stefano Boccalini/Isabella Inti, Maurizio Borzi', Andrea Botto/Emanuele Piccardo, Alberto Caffarelli, Andras Calamandrei, CaneCapoVolto, Andrea Caretto/Raffaella Spagna, Silvia Cini, Cooperazione Boowman, Roberto Cuoghi, Paola di Bello, Simone Falso, Silvia Ferri, Luca Gambi, GGtarantola, Francesco Jodice, Filippo Leonardi, Deborah Ligorio, Armin Linke, Armando Lulja, Marcello Maloberti, Domenico Mangano, Andrea Mastrovito, Microbo, Margherita Morgantin, Alessandro Nassiri Tabibzadeh, Network Vision Project, Sandrine Nicoletta, Ogi:noknauss, Adrian Paci, Plank, Renshi.org, Herbert Reyes, Ricognizioni&Depositi, Riserva Artificiale, Fabrizio Rivola, Mario Rizzi, Stefano Romano, Angelo Sarleti, Paola Salerno, Antonio Scarponi, Shoggoth, Franco Silvestro, Marcello Simeone, Stalker, Tatiana, Luca Trevisani, Enzo Umbaca, Alessandra Vecchietti, Anna Visani, Luca Vitone, Zimmer Frei, Diego Zuelli.

                      Etre moderne : le MOMA à Paris
                      50 €

                      Collections du MoMA

                      La Fondation Louis Vuitton propose une exposition exceptionnelle consacrée à la collection du MoMA présentant plus de deux cents chefs d'oeuvre et pièces maîtresses du musée new yorkais.

                      Frédéric Flamand
                      8,80 €

                      Interviste sulla coreografia contemporanea

                      Frida Escobedo: Serpentine Pavilion 2018
                      29,80 €

                      Inspired by the geometries and materials of the Serpentine Pavilion design by Escobedo, this catalogue is the first publication to focus on her practice. It brings together writing and images that have acted as inspiration and reference points for Escobedo, with newly-commissioned texts that review her work to date and discuss the themes that informed her design for this year's structure / ''I am curious about how we define time and how architecture reflects it. This process of creation and accumulation that happens slowly but steadily, so it becomes a continuous flow of happenings, one after the other.'' Frida Escobedo

                      Géométrie dans l'espace
                      15 €

                      L'Esprit de géométrie, pour reprendre l'expression de Pascal, accompagne depuis de longs siècles la pensée, mais aussi l'imaginaire, des philosophes et des créateurs.

                      De la représentation des solides de Platon à l'utilisation des nouvelles technologies, la mise en espace et la construction du monde est questionnée dans l'oeuvre d'une vingtaine d'artistes, modernes et contemporains : Jocelyne Alloucherie, Dieter Appelt, Anna et Bernhard Blume, Joachim Bonnemaison, Miguel Chevalier, Gilles Gerbaud et Raphaël Chipault, Jean-Gabriel Coignet, Alain Fleischer, Joan Fontcuberta, Jean d'Imbleval, György Kepès, Bogdan Konopka, Piotr Kowalski, Aki Lumi, François Morellet, Marc Petitjean, Man Ray, Vera Röhm, Michel Séméniako, Yves Trémorin.

                      Exposition. Paris, Espace Topographie de l'art. 2017.
                      Commissaire d'exposition Françoise Paviot

                      Histoire, regards d'artistes
                      15 €

                      Catalogue de l'exposition qui s'est tenue à l'Hôtel des arts de Toulon du 26 octobre 2013 au 5 janvier 2014.

                      Jean-Michel Basquiat - Kingston pleasure
                      60 €

                      Organised by the family of Basquiat, the exhibition and accompanying catalogue feature over 200 never before and rarely seen paintings, drawings, ephemera, and artifacts. The artist s contributions to the history of art and his exploration into our multi-faceted culture incorporating music, the Black experience, pop culture, African American sports figures, literature, and other sources are showcased alongside personal reminiscences and firsthand accounts providing unique insight into Basquiat s creative life and his singular voice that propelled the social and cultural narrative that continues to this day. Structured around key periods in his life, from his childhood and formative years, his meteoric rise in the art world and beyond, to his untimely death, the book features in-depth interviews with his surviving family members.

                      Les Borgia et leur temps - De Léonard de Vinci à Michel-Ange
                      15 €

                      Réalisés à l'occasion de l'exposition consacrée aux Borgia au musée Maillol, cet ouvrage présente les trois personnalités les plus importantes de la famille : le pape Alexandre VI (Rodrigo Borgia), qui eut pour compagne Vannozza Cattanei dont il eut plusieurs enfants ; César Borgia, fils de Rodrigo, condottiere et homme politique ambitieux, inspira Nicolas Machiavel pour son ouvrage célèbre Le Prince, premier traité de politique moderne. Lucrèce Borgia, soeur de César, une des femmes les plus extraordinaires de la Renaissance, à la renommée sulfureuse, est connue à la fois pour être une empoisonneuse redoutable et pour sa culture raffinée et sa sensibilité.

                      De nombreuses personnalités importantes ayant marqué l'art et l'histoire gravitent autour de ces trois grands personnages, telles que Giulia Farnèse et Isabelle d'Este, qui est sans doute la figure féminine cultivée la plus connue de son époque.
                      Chacun d'elles permettra d'aborder le contexte historique, politique et artistique dans lequel vécurent les Borgia.

                      Maisons
                      Nouveauté
                      Maisons
                      25 €

                      Cet ouvrage est édité à l?occasion de l?exposition Maisons du 19 novembre 2021 au 17 avril 2022 au Musée d?Art et d?Histoire de l?hôpital Sainte-Anne MAHHSA.

                      Sous l?apparence d?une extrême simplicité, la maison permet de développer de multiples images personnelles, des conceptions idéologiques et architecturales, des modes d?existence ou des choix de vie, des projections imaginaires ou des métaphores, des projets irréalistes ou des rêves d?une extrême concrétude, des souvenirs vrais ou faux portés par des perceptions sensorielles et corporelles d?une richesse infinie.

                      Les ?uvres d?Absalon, Magnus Gramén, Wolfgang Laib, Maude Maris et Tatiana Trouvé apportent un contrepoint conceptuel et contemporain à l?approche d?apparence plus intimiste et spontanée proposée par les artistes de la collection Sainte-Anne, entre la fin du XIXe siècle et les années 2000.

                      Sous la direction d?Anne-Marie Dubois, conservateur du Musée d?Art et d?histoire de l?Hôpital Sainte-Anne, Paris et Margaux Pisteur, Chargée de collection au Musée d?Art et d?histoire de l?Hôpital Sainte-Anne, Paris.

                      Nicole Wermers - WOMEN BETWEEN BUILDINGS
                      59 €

                      Nicole Wermers - WOMEN BETWEEN BUILDINGS

                      Author: Gregorio Magnani (ed.)
                      Publisher: Compagnia / Motto Books
                      Language: English / German
                      Pages: 172
                      Size: 21.7 x 28.5 cm
                      Weight: 1.2000 kg
                      Binding: Hardcover
                      ISBN: 9782940524747

                      Women Between Buildings focuses on Wermers’ practice of the past 15 years, and includes essays by Sabeth Buchmann, David Bussel and Kerstin Stakemeier. Designed by Daly & Lyon, published by Kunstverein in Hamburg, Compagnia and Motto Books.

                      Women Between Buildings was published in conjunction with Wermer's solo exhibition at Kunstverein in Hamburg.

                      Opération Raynaud
                      20 €

                      A propos de Londres, New York, Tokyo, Paris/St-Ouen, Bamako, La Havane, Celebration, Dubaï, Monterrey, Mexico, Sao Paulo, Miami, Pékin, Moscou, Sagaponac.

                      Ouverture: La Collection Pinault à la Bourse de Commerce
                      Nouveauté
                      Ouverture: La Collection Pinault à la Bourse de Commerce
                      55 €

                      Catalogue of the exhibition “Ouverture: La Collection Pinault à la Bourse de Commerce”

                      The opening of the Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection is a major event in the world of contemporary art. It is the result of François Pinault's wish to invest in a place tailored to his unique collection. These inaugural exhibitions and this catalogue are intended to open up the horizon of international contemporary art, and bear witness to the multiplicity of practices (painting, sculpture, video, installation, photography, sound and light works, performance), and the balance of generations, cultures, origins and genres of the artists present in the Pinault Collection. The catalogue proposes to retrace the path of these exhibitions and combines reproductions of the works with in situ views.

                      With contributions and texts by Renata Aparecida Felinto dos Santos, Franck Balland, Oliver Basciano, Carlos Basualdo, Andrea Bellini, Martin Bethenod, Thibault Boulvain, Caroline Bourgeois, Éric de Chassey, Marie Darrieussecq, Gavin Delahunty, Florian Ebner, Elena Filipovic, Elena Geuna, Vincent Gicquel, Béatrice Gross, Fabrice Hergott, Matthieu Humery, Emma Lavigne, Élisabeth Lebovici, Ingrid Luquet-Gad, Pierre-Alexandre Mateos et Charles Teyssou, Helen Molesworth, Jean-Luc Moulène, Chiara Parisi, Anaël Pigeat, François Piron, Daniel Soutif, Elvan Zabunyan.

                      Artists presented in the inaugural exhibitions of the Bourse de Commerce: Tarek Atoui, Miriam Cahn, Maurizio Cattelan, Xinyi Cheng, Peter Doig, Marlene Dumas, Urs Fischer, Ryan Gander, David Hammons, Pierre Huyghe, Michel Journiac, Martin Kippenberger, Florian Krewer, Bertrand Lavier, Louise Lawler, Sherrie Levine, Kerry James Marshall, Paulo Nazareth, Antonio Oba, Philippe Parreno, Richard Prince, Martial Raysse, Lili Reynaud Dewar, Thomas Schütte, Ser Serpas, Cindy Sherman, Rudolf Stingel, Claire Tabouret, Tatiana Trouvé, Luc Tuymans, Martha Wilson, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.

                      Rays - Xavier Veilhan
                      35 €

                      Couverture rigide
                      Texte anglais par A.Abbott
                      ISBN 9783037643280

                      Monographie thématique / livre d'artiste consacré à la série en cours des Rayons, des environnements immersifs et optiques présentés par Xavier Veilhan dans de nombreux édifices architecturaux célèbres (la Cité Radieuse du Corbusier à Marseille, la Sheats Goldstein Residence de Los Angeles, la Hatfield House en Grande-Bretagne, la Conservera à Murcia, etc.).

                      Depuis le milieu des années 1990, Xavier Veilhan élabore un corpus d'œuvres remarqué défini par son intérêt pour le vocabulaire de la modernité (la vitesse, le mouvement, la vie urbaine, etc.) comme pour la sculpture classique – dont il a donné sa propre réinterprétation contemporaine. Grâce à l'usage de matériaux et de techniques multiples, il crée en trois dimensions portraits et paysages, bestiaire et architectures qui se jouent tous de la frontière entre le familier et l'insolite.

                      Depuis 2011, Xavier Veilhan crée les Rayons, une série en cours conçue en hommage à Jesus Rafael Soto et Fred Sandback. En travaillant avec les possibilités de la représentation et les enjeux du dispositif – deux aspects fondamentaux de sa pratique –, les Rayons constituent des environnements immersifs et optiques se jouant des échelles, de la lumière et des ombres ainsi que de l'architecture. Ils ont été présentés dans de nombreux institutions et espaces publics, notamment la Cité Radieuse du Corbusier à Marseille, la Sheats Goldstein Residence de Los Angeles, Hatfield House en Grande-Bretagne, la Conservera à Murcia et à Sainte-Bernadette du Banlay à Nevers (architecte : Claude Parent).

                      Articulé autour d'un important reportage photographique, ce livre d'artiste réunit également esquisses préliminaires, recherches iconographiques ainsi qu'un extrait de Flatland : A Romance of Many Dimensions par Edwin A. Abbott (1864), chef-d'œuvre de la littérature scientifique du XIXe siècle – lequel offre une autre source de lecture pour les Rayons.
                      Figure majeure de la scène artistique française, Xavier Veilhan (né en 1963, vit et travaille à Paris) se définit comme un artiste visuel. Son travail, déclinant sculpture, peinture, vidéo, photographie et installation, consiste à ressaisir le réel, notamment dans ses aspects biologiques et techniques, sous des formes archétypales, génériques ou prototypiques qui interrogent les modes de représentation historiques et contemporains.

                      L'universalisme formel, qui semble renvoyer à l'idéal de l'art classique, se trouve contrebalancé par la singularité des dispositifs de mise en scène des œuvres, des situations et des environnements construits, par la modernité des sujets et par les procédés high-tech utilisés (sculptures d'animaux ou de personnages modélisés avec la technique de captation 3D, dispositifs lumineux des Light Machines...), qui convoquent des images de la société de production industrielle et de consommation dans des univers étranges et équivoques.

                      Xavier Veilhan a réalisé de nombreuses expositions personnelles, au Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (1993), au CCC de Tours (1995), au Consortium de Dijon (1999), au Mamco de Genève (1999-2000), au Magasin de Grenoble (2000), au CCA Kitakyushu (2002), au Centre Pompidou de Paris (2004), au Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg (2005), au Château de Versailles (2009)...

                      Water, Kinship, Belief
                      35 €

                      The inaugural Toronto Biennial of Art in 2019, titled The Shoreline Dilemma, was the first edition of a two-part biennial that traced interconnected narratives around the city’s ever-changing shoreline. These connections sought to reveal strategies of resistance against industrial-colonial systems, uncover polyphonic histories sedimented around the shoreline, and open up relations between the human and more-than-human. To extend this artistic thinking and expand notions of relationality, in 2022, the second edition, titled What Water Knows, The Land Remembers, moves inland to follow tributaries and ravines, both above ground and hidden, that shape this place.

                      In relation to the two Biennial exhibitions, this publication Water, Kinship, Belief is a “third” site, a place where the continuities, resonances, and dissonances between Biennial editions are extended. Its pages become a means to bring together the artists, artworks, collaborators, and ideas that have together informed the exhibitions, irrespective of chronology, dispensing with categories, and part of a greater whole. Through its content and unique design, it is both a generative guide to the exhibitions and a Biennial site of its own, presenting new artistic relations that course through the book like tributaries.

                      Artists: AA Bronson, Abbas Akhavan, Abel Rodríguez, Adrian Blackwell, Adrian Stimson, Aki Onda, Althea Thauberger, Kite, Amy Malbeuf, Andrea Carlson, Ange Loft, Arin Rungjang, Augustas Serapinas, Aycoobo, Bárbara Wagner, Benjamin de Burca, Brian Jungen, Caecilia Tripp, Camille Turner, Caroline Monnet, Curtis Talwst Santiago, Dana Claxton, Dana Prieto, Denyse Thomasos, Eduardo Navarro, Elder Duke Redbird, Embassy of Imagination, PA System, Eric-Paul Riege, Fernando Palma Rodríguez, Ghazaleh Avarzamani, Hajra Waheed, Hera Büyükta?c?yan, / Isuma, Jae Jarrell, ?? ???? / Janet Kigusiuq, Jeffrey Gibson, / Jessie Oonark, Joar Nango, Judy Chicago, Jumana Manna, Kapwani Kiwanga, Laurent Grasso, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Lisa Reihana, Lisa Steele, Kim Tomczak, Lou Sheppard, Luis Jacob, Mata Aho Collective, Marguerite Humeau, Maria Thereza Alves, Moyra Davey, Nadia Belerique,  Napachie Pootoogook, Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa, New Mineral Collective, New Red Order, Nick Sikkuark, Paul Pfeiffer, Qavavau Manumie, Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, Hesam Rahmanian, ReMatriate Collective, Shezad Dawood, Susan Schuppli, Syrus Marcus Ware, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Ts?m? Igharas, Erin Siddall,  / Victoria Mamnguqsualuk, and Waqas Khan.

                      Contributions by Adrian Blackwell, Ange Loft, Camille Georgeson-Usher, Camille Turner, Candice Hopkins, Charles Stankievech, Chiedza Pasipanodya, Ilana Shamoon, Katie Lawson, Melony Ward, Patrizia Libralato, Sebastian De Line, Susannah Rosenstock, Tairone Bastien, and Yaniya Lee.