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  1. Maria Lind and Cecilia Widenheim: Migration
  2. Nick Aikens and Elizabeth Robles: The Place is Here
  3. Sophia Yadong Hao: Of Other Spaces
  4. Nina Valerie Kolowratnik: The Language of Secret Proof
  5. Eva Ebersberger and Daniela Zyman: Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary: The Commissions Book
  6. Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer and Beatrice von Bismarck: Curatorial Things
  7. Reinhold Görling, Barbara Gronau, and Ludger Schwarte: Aesthetics of Standstill
  8. Ingo Niermann: Solution 295-304: Mare Amoris
  9. Maria Lind: Seven Years
  10. Maria Lind, Michele Masucci, and Joanna Warsza: Red Love
  11. Jörg Heiser: Double Lives in Art and Pop Music
  12. Rachel Corbett, Rainer Ganahl, and Liam Gillick: Manhattan Marxism
  13. The Meal
  14. Judy Radul: This Is Television
  15. Jill Magid: The Proposal
  16. T.J. Demos: Decolonizing Nature
  17. Dénes Farkas: Evident in Advance
  18. Lisa Oppenheim : Lisa Oppenheim: Works 2003-2013
  19. Sandi Hilal, Alessandro Petti, and Eyal Weizman: Architecture After Revolution
  20. Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen: Playmates and Playboys at a Higher Level:  J. V. Martin and the Situationist International
  21. Pierre Hermé: The Architecture of Taste
  22. Das Wunder des Lebens
  23. Ines Lechleitner: The Imagines
  24. Carsten Holler: Leben
  25. PS:
  26. Leander Schönweger: Die Nebel lichten sich/ The Fog Disperses
  27. Kevin Schmidt: EDM House
  28. Gerry Bibby: The Drumhead
  29. Mark von Schlegell: Ickles, Etc.
  30. J. Parker Valentine: Fiction
  31. Ken Okiishi: The Very Quick of the Word
  32. Roee Rosen: Maxim Komar-Myshkin: Vladimir’s Night
  33. Kim Gordon and Branden W. Joseph: Is It My Body?
  34. Bulletins Of The Serving Library #6
  35. Tobias Spichtig: Blue, Red, and Green
  36. The What If?... Scenario (after LG)
  37. Keren Cytter: D.I.E. Now The True Story of John Webber and His Endless Struggle with the Table of Content
  38. Dexter Sinister: Bulletins of the Serving Library #1
  39. Bill Balaskas and Carolina Rito: Institution as Praxis
  40. April Lamm and Hans Ulrich Obrist: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Curating*
  41. Alexandra Midal: Design by Accident
  42. Hans Ulrich Obrist: Sharp Tongues, Loose, Lips, Open Eyes, Ears to the Ground
  43. Katharina Schendl: Notes on Contemporary Art in Kosovo
  44. Markus Miessen and Zoe Ritts: Para-Platforms
  45. Anne Kockelkorn and Nina Zschocke: Productive Universal Specific Situations
  46. Brigitte Oetker   and Nicolaus Schafhausen: Jahresring #65
  47. Bon! Bon!
  48. Dora García and Chantal Pontbriand: Mad Marginal Cahier #4: I See Words, I Hear Voices
  49. Keren Cytter and Nora Schultz: Terminal
  50. Eyal Weizman: The Roundabout Revolutions
  51. Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige: The Rumors of the World
  52. Hamlet, mise-en-scène
  53. Turning Inward
  54. David Maroto and Joanna Zielinska: Artist Novels
  55. K.D.: Headless
  56. Nicole Brenez: “We Support Everything since the Dawn of Time That Has Struggled and Still Struggles”:  Introduction to Lettrist Cinema
  57. Jens Hoffmann: Theater of Exhibitions
  58. João Ribas : In The Holocene
  59. Aesthetics of the Flesh
  60. Museum Off Museum
  61. The Reluctant Narrator
  62. Truth is Concrete
  63. Aesthetic Basic Chronicle, Vol. 1
  64. Michel Auder: Stories, Myths, Ironies, and Other Songs: Conceived, Directed, Edited, and Produced by M. Auder
  65. Manfred Hermes: Hystericizing Germany
  66. On the Table
  67. Art and the F Word
  68. Cluster: Dialectionary
  69. Aftershow
  70. Troubling Research
  71. Assign & Arrange
  72. Terms of Exhibiting (From A to Z)
  73. After Berkeley
  74. Fear of Language
  75. Peacocks with Hiccups
  76. Silke Otto-Knapp: Questions of Travel
  77. Keller Easterling: Subtraction
  78. Cultures of the Curatorial 2: Timing: On the Temporal Dimension of Exhibiting
  79. The Phantom of Liberty
  80. Hu Fang: Dear Navigator
  81. Jalal Toufic: Forthcoming
  82. Hito Steyerl: Too Much World
  83. Forensis
  84. Carola Dertnig and Felicitas Thun-Hohenstein: Performing the Sentence
  85. Ion Grigorescu: Diaries 1970–1975
  86. Michael Schindhelm: Solution 262: Lavapolis
  87. Per/Form
  88. Sweet Sixties
  89. Wendelien van Oldenborgh: A Well Respected Man, or Book of Echoes
  90. On Boundaries
  91. Digital Magma
  92. Le Radicant
  93. Maria Lind: Selected Writing
  94. Momus: SOLUTION 214 – 238

The Book of Japans
  95. Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin and Ewa Lajer-Burcharth: EWA LAJER-BURCHARTH

Chardin Material
  96. E-FLUX JOURNAL

What is Contemporary Art?
  97. Charlotte Birnbaum: ON THE TABLE:

Three Banquets For a Queen
  98. E-FLUX JOURNAL

Are You Working Too Much?

Post-Fordism, Precarity and the Labor of Art
  99. Zin Taylor: Growth
  100. RAQS Media Collective: Raqs Media Collective

Seepage
  101. DORA GARCÍA

Mad Marginal – Cahier #2 : The Inadequate
  102. Dexter Sinister: Portable Document Format
  103. ART ALWAYS HAS ITS CONSEQUENCES

Artists’ Texts from Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia 1947 – 2009
  104. Brian O’Doherty: The Crossdresser’s Secret
  105. Martin Herbert: The Uncertainty Principle
  106. Brian Dillon: Objects in This Mirror
  107. Beatriz Colomina: Critical Spatial Practice 3: Manifesto Architecture
  108. Chantal Pontbriand: The Contemporary, The Common: Art in a Globalizing World
  109. No Is Not an Answer: On the Work of Marie-Louise Ekman
  110. Archaeology of the Digital

Edited by Greg Lynn
  111. Poor Man’s Expression: Technology, Experimental Film, Conceptual Art
  112. Barry Schwabsky: Words for Art: Criticism, History, Theory, Practice
  113. Ministry of Highways
  114. Living Labor
  115. Art as a Thinking Process - Visual Forms of Knowledge Production
  116. Undoing Property?
  117. Neomaterialism
  118. The Whole Earth - California and the Disappearance of the Outside
  119. History in Motion: Time in the Age of the Moving Image
  120. The Age of Creation
  121. Solution 247–261: Love
  122. Shopping in Jail: Ideas, Essays, and Stories for the Increasingly Real Twenty-First Century
  123. T.J. Demos: Return To Post Colony

Specters of Colonialism in Contemporary Art
  124. Sharon Lockhart | Noa Eshkol
  125. e-flux Journal Boris Groys: Going Public
  126. Actors, Agents and Attendants

Social Housing—Housing the Social: Art, Property and Spatial Justice
  127. Work, Work, Work 

A Reader on Art and Labour
  128. Dealing with—Some Texts, Images, and Thoughts Related to American Fine Arts, Co.
  129. Tirdad Zolghadr: Plot
  130. Thinking through Painting Reflexivity and Agency beyond the Canvas
  131. The Transdisciplinary Studio by Alex Coles
  132. Zak Kyes Working With...
  133. bankleer: Finger in the Pie
  134. Simon Starling / Superflex
  135. The Mattering of Matter
  136. What is Critical Spatial Practice?
  137. Chantal Mouffe: The Space of Agonism
  138. Ursula Mayer: Gonda
  139. Omer Fast: 5, 000 Feet is the Best
  140. Katja Gretzinger: In a Manner of Reading Design
  141. Ruth Buchanan: The weather, a building
  142. Cultures of the Curatorial
  143. Art Always has Its Consequences: Artists’ Texts from Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia 1947–2009
  144. John Kelsey: Rich Texts: Selected Writing for Art
  145. Birgit Megerle
  146. Charlotte Moth: Bleckede 2009 / Rochechouart 2011
  147. Tauba Auerbach: Folds
  148. Solution 239-246 Finland: The Welfare Game
  149. Sung Hwan Kim: Ki-Da Rilke
  150. The Green Room
  151. Markus Miessen: The Nightmare of Participation
  152. A Thousand Eyes: Media Technology, Law and Aesthetics
  153. Tariq Ramadan: On Super-Diversity
  154. Zin Taylor: Growth
  155. Maria Lind: MARIA LIND:Selected Writing
  156. RAQS Media Collective: Raqs Media Collective: Seepage
  157. BLESS Celebrating 10 Years of Themelessness No 00 - No 29