e-flux launches its journal on Moscow Conceptualism

As we already mentioned, e-flux inaugurated its new exhibition space with an exhibition of Andrei Monastyrski and Collective Actions, allowing curator Boris Groys to pick up where he left off with “Empty Zones,” the Russian Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale.

Yesterday, e-flux also launched an edition of its journal dedicated specifically to Moscow Conceptualism.

While offering the chance to rethink the movement Groys himself coined, the journal tries to rethink the roster of critics it consults as well : contributors include the standard-issue GroysEkaterina Degot, and Sarah Wilson,  but it expands to include Keti Chukrov, Claire Bishop and Jörg Heiser.

While the journal is available in print in selected institutions, it can be read in its entirety online (just click the links above.)

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