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  1. Nick Aikens and Elizabeth Robles: The Place is Here
  2. Michael Snow: Cover to Cover
  3. David Hartt: Slavery, Geography and Empire In Nineteenth-Century Marine Landscapes of Montréal and Jamaica by Charmaine A. Nelson
  4. Hilma af Klint
  5. Form Follows Fiction
  6. Nour Bishouty and Jacob Korczynski: 1—130
  7. Lorna Brown: Beginning with the Seventies
  8. Deanna Bowen: Other Places
  9. Ari Marcopoulos, Karen Marta, and Hans Ulrich Obrist: The Athens Dialogues
  10. Jean Arnaud, Hubert Damisch, Thierry de Duve, Andrée Hayum, Annette Michelson, Michael Snow, Amy Taubin, Malcolm Turvey, and Kenneth White: October Files: Michael Snow
  11. Brian Kennon: Untitled #2 / KE
  12. Gerry Schum
  13. Joseph Beuys, Ronald Bladen, Daniel Buren, Carl Andre, Gene Davis, Jan Dibbets, Al Held, Jeff Khonsary, Craig Leonard, Mario Merz, Robert Morris, Robert Murray, N.E. Thing Co., Richard Serra, Seth Siegelaub, Richard Smith, Robert Smithson, Michael Snow, and Lawrence Weiner: The Halifax Conference
  14. Aruna D’Souza: Whitewalling: Art, Race & Protest in 3 Acts
  15. Bas Jan Ader: Discovery File 143/76
  16. Fred Moten: In The Break
  17. Joseph Kosuth and John C. Welchman: Supplement 1
  18. Anne Moeglin-Delcroix: Ambulo Ergo Sum
  19. October Magazine Issue 153
  20. No Internet, No Art
  21. Vasarely Go Home
  22. Micheal Morris: Bauhaus Primary Colours
  23. Marcia Crosby, Sara Diamond, Stan Douglas, Maria Insell, Robert Linsley, Robin Peck, Nancy Shaw, Keith Wallace, Scott Watson, Carol Williams, and William Wood: Vancouver Anthology
  24. Garry Neill Kennedy: The Last Art College
  25. agent.NASDAQ aka Reinhold Grether ,  Edward Poitras , Zeigam Azizov, Isabelle De Baets, Karl Beveridge, Chris Burden, Heather Cassils, Maurizio Cattelan, Carole Condé, Jane Crawford, Wim Delvoye, Maria Eichhorn, Hu Fang, Gerald Ferguson, Elizabeth Ferrell, and Andrea Fraser: Commerce By Artists
  26. Art-Rite
  27. Kirsten Grimstad and Susan Rennie: The New Woman’s Survival Catalog
  28. Comradeship: Curating, Art, and Politics in Post-Socialist Europe
  29. Hand of the Spirit
  30. Vancouver
  31. Be Oakley , Christopher Clary, Emily Dunne, and Patricia Silva: Queering the Collection
  32. Kirsty Robertson: Tear Gas Epiphanies
  33. Dirty Looks Volume 3
  34. Richard Weston: C. Alcite
  35. Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts and Sylvia Wynter: No Humans Involved - Sylvia Wynter
  36. Amanda Boetzkes: The Ethics of Earth Art
  37. Adair Rounthwaite: Asking the Audience
  38. Siona Wilson: Art Labor, Sex Politics
  39. Philip Monk: Is Toronto Burning?
  40. Rereading Appropriation
  41. Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia
  42. Turning Inward
  43. Isaac Flagg: Canadian Art
  44. Gwen Allen: Artists’ Magazines
  45. The Artist, Infinity, Suprematism
  46. Agnes Martin
  47. Aesthetics of the Flesh
  48. Léo Favier: What, You Don’t Know Grapus?
  49. Gran Fury: Read My Lips
  50. Daan van Golden: Made in Tokyo
  51. Terms of Exhibiting (From A to Z)
  52. Catalogue
  53. Carola Dertnig and Felicitas Thun-Hohenstein: Performing the Sentence
  54. Sweet Sixties
  55. Bauhaus No. 6 Schlemmer!
  56. Human-Space-Machine
  57. Olaf Nicolai and Jan Wenzel: Four Times Through the Labyrinth
  58. Fabian Reimann: Another Earth Catalogue
  59. Amy Brandt: Interplay
  60. Alison Britton: Seeing Things (Collected Writing On Art, Craft And Design)
  61. Eric Doeringer: Richard Prince
  62. The Michael Snow Project: 1948-1993 Music/Sound
  63. Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer: Lee Lozano: Dropout Piece
  64. Brian Dillon: Objects in This Mirror
  65. Beatriz Colomina: Critical Spatial Practice 3: Manifesto Architecture
  66. General Idea: File Megazine Vol. 1 No. 1