A contemporary relative to Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities, Donna Stonecipher’s Model City threads the idea of a multiplicity of place into one immense Model City. Kent Shaw reviews.
The Devil assumes the form of Martin Margiela in one of 2015’s most decadent and best new books. Lonely Christopher reviews.
Ekphrasis takes on pop icons from David Bowie to Otis Redding in Micah Ling’s latest collection. Lucy Tiven reviews.
manuel arturo abreu examines the line between trauma and tragedy at work in Raul Alvarez’s stylistically wild debut collection, There Was So Much Beautiful Left.
In the first installment of his ongoing B-movie and exploitation film revue, Ed Steck takes a look at the bizarre confluence of styles at play in 1977’s The Incredible Melting Man.
Jeff Jackson with his latest monthly roundup of stimulating creations, this month including the work of Vera Chytilova, Silvina Ocampo, and Louise Bourgeois.
Scott Creney tries to find anything other than Joshua Cohen and Ben Lerner in the new ‘novels’ from Joshua Cohen and Ben Lerner.