Mousse – Issue 71
Mousse – Issue 71
Mousse – Issue 71
Mousse – Issue 71
Mousse – Issue 71
Mousse – Issue 71
Mousse – Issue 71
Mousse – Issue 71
Mousse – Issue 71
Mousse – Issue 71

Mousse – Issue 71

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TIDBITS (PART I)

Matthew Angelo Harrison by Rahel Aima
Bri Williams by Harry Burke
Elif Saydam by Kristian Vistrup Madsen
Eva Gold by Chloe Stead
D’Ette Nogle by Attilia Fattori Franchini
Virginia Overton by Ian Wooldridge
Jibade-Khalil Huffman by Lumi Tan
Pati Hill by Maurin Dietrich
Theodora Allen by Stephanie Cristello
Gina Fischli by Isabella Zamboni
Olivia Erlanger by Laura Brown

ANN GREENE KELLY
The Spiraled Heart of Abandoned Things
Andrew Berardini

ON PSYCHOTIC IMAGES AND OTHER VISUAL SYMPTOMS
Aurélien Le Genissel

BASED ON A TRUE STORY: TODD HAYNES’S DARK WATERS AND NEW NEW LEFT CINEMA
Emily Verla Bovino and Hera Chan

LARRY BELL
A World without Angles
Marie de Brugerolle

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY CONCEPT WORKS
Sabrina Tarasoff

TIDBITS (PART II)

Pierre Guyotat by Estelle Hoy
Christine Sun Kim by Sofia Lemos
Jenna Bliss by Alexandra Symons Sutcliffe
Anthea Hamilton by Laura Herman
Tao Hui by Alvin Li
Aki Sasamoto by Charles Aubin
Jes Fan by Billy Tang
Ko Sin Tung by Ingrid Pui Yee Chu
Anna Witt by Joshua Simon
Tears of a Foreman by Noah Barker
Rebecca Morris by Tenzing Barshee and Camila McHugh

GABRIEL KURI
Beyond Latin America, The Perpetual Quest for Specificity
Chris Sharp

TRANSACTIONAL OBJECTS FULL OF CONTEXTS IN VOIDED SITES
Cédric Fauq

POWWOW
Studio for Propositional Cinema, Bea Schlingelhoff, Ramaya Tegegne, Kandis Williams, Deanna Bowen, Vincent Meessen, Agency

SUELLEN ROCCA
In-Between Repetition and Variation
Hans Ulrich Obrist

288 pgs, 32.5 × 23.5 cm, Softcover, 2020

Mousse is a contemporary art magazine. Established in 2006, and publishing four issues every year, Mousse is made of interviews, conversations, and essays by some of the most important figures in international criticism, visual arts, and curating today, alternated with a series of feature columns. 

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