TEXTE ZUR KUNST is a Berlin-based quarterly journal on contemporary art and art theory with contributions by internationally leading writers on contemporary art and culture. Since 2006 the comprehensive main section section, each time devoted to a different topic, is published in both German and English.
Issue 62, June 2006 The Means of Art History. With English content: Models of Translation / On States of Art History by Carolina A. Jones; Unintentional Art History / Peter Geimer in conversation with Texte zur Kunst; New Adventures in Idolatry / Art history and criticism in interesting times by Sven Lütticken; By All Means / Art History and the Organization of Science by Werner Busch; When Procedures Become Market Tools / A conversation with Johanna Burton by Isabelle Graw; Spaces for Thinking / Perspectives on the Art Academy by Simon Sheikh; Commemoration and/or Critique? / Catherine de Zegher and The Drawing Center by Judith Butler.