Book launch and Conversation
 with Saul Anton and Boris Groys 


Book launch and Conversation
 with Saul Anton and Boris Groys 


If all things in the world can be considered as sources of aesthetic experience, then art no longer holds a privileged position. Rather, art comes... continue reading

Out of town: Andrei Monastyrski & Collective Actions

Out of town: Andrei Monastyrski & Collective Actions

As the first comprehensive presentation in the US of this central figure in 1970s Moscow Conceptualism, the exhibition draws together a selection of... continue reading

e-flux book co-op at the New York Art Book Fair

e-flux book co-op at the New York Art Book Fair

Costly and often monopolistic approaches to the distribution of art books has resulted in a situation where it has become common for not only the... continue reading

Franco “Bifo” Berardi at e-flux book co-op at MoMA PS1

Franco “Bifo” Berardi at e-flux book co-op at MoMA PS1

The concept of insolvency as it has been applied in the US and especially in the EU has to do with economic debt, but also with the symbolic debt... continue reading

Are you an Artist in Need of Fast Cash?


Are you an Artist in Need of Fast Cash?


Originally established by artists Julieta Aranda and Anton Vidokle in New York in 2008, PAWNSHOP went bankrupt at the beginning of the world... continue reading

Grand Opening of Time/Store in New York City

Grand Opening of Time/Store in New York City

Time/Store on Essex Street follows the historic Cincinnati Time Store, opened by the American anarchist Josiah Warren in 1827 as a three-year... continue reading

Finissage and video screening with Boris Groys at e-flux

Finissage and video screening with Boris Groys at e-flux

These video works see Groys combining spoken and written narration with film and video footage to consider how the evolution of contemporary media... continue reading

Time/Food restaurant at Abrons Arts Center

Time/Food restaurant at Abrons Arts Center

Functioning both as a visualization of a parallel economy and as its pragmatic deployment, Time/Food is one of several new branches of Time/Bank—a... continue reading

Raqs Media Collective

Raqs Media Collective

e-flux is pleased to present an installation by Raqs Media Collective combining historical photographs (from the Galton Collection at University... continue reading

Mladen Stilinović: Artist’s Books

Mladen Stilinović: Artist’s Books

In the mid-1970s, Stilinović’s work was often shown in outdoor exhibition actions arranged by the Group of Six Artists, of which Stilinović was a... continue reading

Gustav Metzger


Gustav Metzger


Born in Nuremberg, Germany in 1926 to Polish-Jewish parents, Metzger was evacuated to England as part of the Kindertransport in 1939. For 60 years,... continue reading

Bilal Khbeiz at MoMA PS1

Bilal Khbeiz at MoMA PS1

To live in exile is to sever oneself doubly—between one's past and present, but also between the ambivalent mystery of a new place and the... continue reading

Video Screenings

Video Screenings

Between January and May, e-flux is pleased to present a series of film and video screenings in our storefront on Essex Street. Considering the... continue reading

November & December at e-flux

November & December at e-flux

In collaboration with Platform for Pedagogy, 16 beaver, e-flux, and Ludlow 38, Red Channels will be hosting a screening of Kluge’s News from... continue reading

Allan Sekula: This Ain’t China

Allan Sekula: This Ain’t China

Allan Sekula’s 1974 photo-text work, This Ain’t China: A Photonovel, announces the artist’s early attention to China as a foil for Western... continue reading

Martha Rosler: If You Lived Here Still

Martha Rosler: If You Lived Here Still

“If You Lived Here… ” was, in Yvonne Rainer’s words, “a vivid demonstration of how an art exhibition can constitute a radically different... continue reading

Raster Noton: The Shop

Raster Noton: The Shop

Raster Noton’s investigations into sound frequencies and sequences are principally developed in the field of music, but often cross over into the... continue reading

Unbuilt Roads

Unbuilt Roads

Unlike unrealized architectural projects, which are frequently exhibited and circulated, unrealized artworks tend to remain unnoticed or little... continue reading

In Print

In Print

From André Breton’s La Révolution surréaliste to printed publications offering space to artists today, the magazine has served as a site for... continue reading

Adam Curtis: The Desperate Edge of Now

Adam Curtis: The Desperate Edge of Now

In our current age of uncertainty, both art and journalism are struggling in their different ways to make sense of the present time. This exhibition... continue reading

Vito Acconci & Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation

Vito Acconci & Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation

Unlike unrealized architectural projects, which are frequently exhibited and circulated, unrealized artworks tend to remain unnoticed or little... continue reading

Anri Sala & Hu Fang in conversation

Anri Sala & Hu Fang in conversation

It was at a dessert stall that he last met her. Now, neither of them can remember what was said too well. The one thing which stands out in his... continue reading

OUT NOW!

OUT NOW!

Having spoken at length with a group of artists about this radical separation between the political reality of this place and its cultural reality,... continue reading

e-flux book co-op parked at MoMA PS1 until May 2012

e-flux book co-op parked at MoMA PS1 until May 2012

e-flux book co-op was brought to the New York Art Book Fair in the Fall of 2011 where it was located in the courtyard at MoMA PS1. At the fair's... continue reading

Elizabeth Povinelli at MoMA PS1

Elizabeth Povinelli at MoMA PS1

How do we think about the sources of the political otherwise when being seems trapped in an enclosure rather than having a front or back? Where are... continue reading

Film Festival by Ricardo Valentim

Film Festival by Ricardo Valentim

Film Festival is comprised of a two-month series of screenings featuring seventy educational films produced for educational programs at the North... continue reading

Animism

Animism

The exhibition Animism rethinks the question of animation not by investigating the effect of animation within aesthetics, but by tackling the... continue reading

Critical Knowledge Production in Art, Science, Activism

Critical Knowledge Production in Art, Science, Activism

e-flux hosts a special discussion with Maria Elena Torre, Public Science Project, New York, Oliver Marchart, political theorist, Vienna and Lucerne,... continue reading

Animism screening

Animism screening

e-flux and Anselm Franke present an outdoor film screening of works by Ken Jacobs, Antje Majewski, and Jean Painleve in conjunction with the... continue reading

The Vanishing Point of the Modern

The Vanishing Point of the Modern

e-flux and Anselm Franke present an evening of presentations on the subject "The Vanishing Point of the Modern" with Elizabeth Povinelli, Spyros... continue reading

A Crime Against Art

A Crime Against Art

We could not help but notice the recent proliferation of mock trials in NY. In keeping with this development, we invite you to join us for a... continue reading

<i>We, The Outsiders</i>

We, The Outsiders

“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.” “The... continue reading

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