Mousse is a bimonthly magazine published in Italian and English. Mousse contains interviews, conversations, and essays by some of the most important figures in international criticism, visual arts, and curating today, alternated with a series of distinctive articles in a unique tabloid format. Italy.
Issue highlights: Carolee Schneemann - More Than Meat Joy by Massimiliano Gioni; Art About Fucking by Andrew Berardini; From the Naked Future by Nick Currie; The Multiversalists by Mark von Schlegell; Parviz Kimiavi - 6 dreams on Parviz Kimiavi’s study of dreams: “2 or 3 things I keep remembering from the filmaker” by Morad Montazami; On Satin Island by John Menick; Lost and Found - Ideal Idol: The Holy Art and Writing of Adelhyd van Bender by Tina Kukielski; James Lovelock - We Live on a Dynamic Planet by Hans Ulrich Obrist; Daniel Steegmann Mangrané - Daniel Steegmann Mangrané’s Mata Atlântica by Andrew Durbin; Andreas Angelidakis - Andreas Angelidakis is: by Monika Szewczyk; Critical Trolling by Simon Denny and Matt Goerzen; Andrea Crespo - We Are Not Fictional by Rebecca Bligh and Daniel Keller; Cécile B. Evans - You and Me by Kathy Noble; Jesse Stecklow - Something Adaptable by K.r.m. Mooney; Pia Camil - Espectular by Filipa Ramos; How To Judge A Book By Its Cover (or, The 56th Venice Biennale By Its List of Artists) by Jens Hoffmann; Constructing A Future Politics by Nato Thompson; Single-Origin Art by Jacob King; Urs Fischer and Adam McEwen - Art Is a Translator, Art Is a Friend; Handle With Care by Vivian Sky Rehberg; Dr. Artist: A Report From Norway's Artistic Research Forum by Jennifer Allen.
9.5 x 14", 333 pages