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Esopus 23 (Spring 2016)

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On the Value of Literature

By Karl Ove Knausgaard

Why books, sentences, words?

 

Artist’s Project: Marilyn Minter

By Marilyn Minter

Spray On, 2016

 

Modern Artifacts 16: The Living Garden

Introduction by Michelle Elligott

Materials from the MoMA Archives relating to its sculpture garden

 

Artist’s Project: Mickalene Thomas

By Mickalene Thomas

Together, 2016

 

Subscriber Invitational 8: Local News

Treatments by Hampton Fancher

A screenwriter crafts movies based on subscribers’ submissions

 

Artist’s Project: Chuck Kelton

By Chuck Kelton

Views, Not From a Window, 2016

 

100 Frames: The Adventures of Prince Achmed

Introduction by John Canemaker

Stills from a landmark 1926 film

 

Artist’s Project: Karo Akpokiere

By Karo Akpokiere

Es gibt kein Leben ohne Liebe, 2016

 

Found Objects: Here I Am

From the collection of Peter Cohen

These anonymous photographs are all about me—and us.

 

Artist’s Project: Jody Wood

By Jody Wood

Malleable Properties of Care, 2016

 

Going Solo: Creating The Long Dark

Interview with Raphael van Lierop

An in-depth look at the influential survivalist video game

 

Lost in Music

By George Cochrane

An artist explores the impact of music with a little help from his friends (and family)

 

Guarded Opinions 7

Commentary by Joseph Klimczak Jr. and Fantasia Turner

Two Barnes Foundation guards discuss artworks they oversee

 

Artist’s Project: Stefan Kürten

By Stefan Kürten

Perfect World, 2016

 

Esopus CD #23: Close Calls

Musicians mine near-miss experiences for 13 new songs

 
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Screenwriter Hampton Fancher works on a film treatment written for Esopus 23

RELATED NEWS

ESOPUS 23 LAUNCHES AT MoMA ON MAY 11TH

Our latest annual issue includes contributions from Karl Ove Knausgaard, Marilyn Minter, and Mickalene Thomas.

ESOPUS 23 “CLOSE CALLS” CD OUT IN MAY

Thirteen musicians create new songs inspired by “near-miss” experiences.

ESOPUS 23 UPDATE AND RELATED EVENTS

Information about the forthcoming issue, out in early May, and events related to it, including its launch at MoMA on Wednesday, May 11th