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Detail from Christian Jankowski reads 50 Parkett Artists Collaborations, 2007/2008. Edition for Parkett Vol. 81

A page from Paul McCarthy’s handwritten notes on his Parkett interview from Parkett Vol. 73

Parkett Vol. 99, 2017
Featuring Cao Fei, Adrian Ghenie, Omer Fast, and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

Parkett Vol. 1, 1984
Featuring Enzo Cucchi

Panel on Art Criticism and Publishing
at the Swiss Institute, New York
Friday, April 7, 7PM

In preparation for Parkett's final printed issue,
vol. 100/101, an illustrious group of editors and writers will convene to discuss the past, present, and future of criticism.

Established in 1984 and based in Zurich and New York, Parkett developed a unique mode of collaborating with artists: producing portfolios of essays to explore different aspects of an artist’s work, accompanied by limited editions. Thirty-three years later, how has art publishing changed? What are the various merits and limitations of emerging platforms, and how have they affected criticism?

Speakers include Bice Curiger, cofounder and editor-in-chief of Parkett and artistic director of the Fondation Vincent van Gogh, Arles; Hal Foster, coeditor of October and Townsend Martin ’17 Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University; Michelle Kuo, editor-in-chief of Artforum; and Hrag Vartanian, founder and editor-in-chief of Hyperallergic. The discussion will be moderated by Nikki Columbus, executive editor of Parkett.

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Published bi-annually in Parkett’s book-bound signature design, each volume features four artists’ collaborations and some fifteen essays and texts, with numerous color illustrations on 300 pages. Each artist also contributes a work especially made for Parkett as a signed and limited edition. In addition to these artists’ collaborations, Parkett features various contributions on contemporary art within a series of playful sections such as Cumulus, Insert, or Les Infos du Paradis.


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