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Edited by Emily Pethick, Pablo Martínez and How & for Whom/WHW What
Art Writing in Crisis
Edited by Brad Haylock and Megan Patty
Inhabiting the Negative Space
by Jenny Odell
Institution as Praxis
Edited by Carolina Rito and Bill Balaskas
Edited by Dóra Hegyi, ZsuZsa László and Franciska Zólyom
One Number Is Worth One Word
by Luis Camnitzer
The Locked Room
Edited by Rozemin Keshvani
Reinventing Daily Life
Edited by Martijn de Rijk and Thomas Spijkerman
Materialisation in Art and Design (MAD)
Edited by Herman Verkerk and Maurizio Montalti
Art, Self & System
Edited by Donatella Bernardi