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#63 - September 2021 Editorial

Editorial: Crossing the Celestial Equator

A mini MAP season for autumn
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#63 - September 2021

A Feminist in Love

Nadine El-Enany considers Paula Rego
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#62 - August 2021 Review

Intimacy Creeps

Rose Higham-Stainton traces quotidian matter through three exhibitions in Edinburgh and Glasgow by Scottish artists Karla Black, Christine Borland and Gwenan Davies
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#62 - July 2021 Review

She Exclaimed

Holly Pester considers exclamation marks in Second Place by Rachel Cusk and Sarah Tripp’s Guitar!
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#62 - July 2021 Reflection

Doin’ it for the kids, the ESTATE way. 13 snapshots by Neil Cooper

‘With Jimmy Cauty a kind of absentee post-apocalyptic Pied Piper, the volcanic quake of ESTATE proves an irresistible attraction.’ Parked in Muirhouse, Edinburgh throughout June, the event occupies Easterhouse, Glasgow until end July 2021
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#62 - June 2021 Review

Weeds on War

Rose Higham-Stainton reflects on Orford Ness in Suffolk and site-specific artworks by Alice Channer, Tatiana Trouvé, Emma McNally and others
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#62 - June 2021 Reflection

‘A city that changes every time I turn my head’

Donald Butler visits Glasgow International 2021 and finds his ‘attention’ drifting
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#62 - June 2021 Review

Domestic politics in Glasgow International 2021

A survey by Victoria Horne
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#62 - June 2021 Review

Home Economics

Rachel Boyd visits an exhibition that brings together the work of Franki Raffles and Margaret Salmon. Part of Glasgow International 2021
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#62 - June 2021 Review

Looking at Quilts

Mhari McMullan reviews work by Arrange Whatever Pieces Come Your Way at Glasgow Print Studio. Part of Glasgow International 2021
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#62 - June 2021 Reflection

Home Cooking

Sean Wai Keung discusses his Tramway #BeyondWalls project
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#62 - June 2021 Review

Unsettling Ecologies: We Began By Measuring Distance

Phoebe Campion on Basma Alsharif’s film, part of the Another Gaze programme ‘For a Free Palestine: Films by Palestinian Women’. The festival closes 18 June
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#62 - June 2021

Twenty twenty one eclipse

MAP: summer season
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#62 - June 2021 Review

Peripheral Visions

Jamie Limond reviews Carol Rhodes: See the World at Kelvingrove, part of Glasgow International 2021
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#62 - June 2021 Review

Nothing Personal

Susannah Thompson reviews a new journal that dares to ask the awkward questions and poses complex ideas around critical conversation
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#62 - June 2021 Essay

‘I wasn’t looking back, we could hardly see ahead.’ The Chileans who came to Hull

Tom White explores the relationship between Chilean refugees and Hull in the 1970s
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#18 Summer - June 2009

Counterpart

TJ Carlin talks to Leigh Ledare about personal subjectivity and its reception
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#58 - June 2020 Editorial

SHIFTING HOSTS, ORBITAL MOONS

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#13 Spring - March 2008

Report: Customising the New Monument

With the advent of exhibitions underscoring the instability of the monument in contemporary art, Isla Leaver-Yap asks what form monumentality takes in the 21st century
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#15 Autumn - September 2008 Review

Books: All of a Sudden: Things that Matter in Contemporary Art

Jörg Heiser www.sternbergpress.com ISBN 978-1-933128-39-9
#1 - February 2005

Editorial

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#44 - April 2018 Review

GI reviews and responses

First in a series of reviews and responses to Glasgow International 2018 presentations, Ruth Barker writes on Linder at Glasgow Women’s Library, Celluar World group show at GoMA, and Michelle Hannah’s Keener at The Savings Bank 
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#8 - November 2006

Emerging: Ben and Holly

We introduce two pairs of artists who attracted attention at the Edinburgh Art Festival 2006; and two individual artists who are making a visible mark on the landscape of environmental art
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#14 Summer - June 2008 Review

Huang Rui

9 February–30 November 2008, Museo delle Mura, Rome
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#20 Winter - November 2009 Review

Rewind + Play: An Anthology of Early British Video Art

LUX, DVD, 2009, £30
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#47 - October 2018 Review

The Big Sneeze

Philomena Epps reviews Mika Rottenberg at Goldsmiths CCA, London, 6 September - 4 November 2018
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#3 - August 2005

Journey Three: By Loch Eriboll

Duncan McLaren camps out in the Scottish Highlands on a search for land art and ‘globulites’
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#61 - April 2021 MAP Editions

SECOND EDITION of the Self-Illuminating Pen by Sarah Tripp

Following the success of this writer’s notebook, we are delighted to announce a reprint with new cover artwork by Ciara Phillips
#21 Spring - March 2010 Review

Darren Banks and Oonagh Hegarty

17 January–28 February 2010, Sierra Metro, Edinburgh
#24 - November 2010 Review

Adrian Piper

23 October–11 December, Elizabeth Dee, New York
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#24 - November 2010

Embedded Art and the Perils of Patronage

Former artist Sean Ashton strays into the realms of patronage—and gets more than he bargained for
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#31 - September 2014

‘A Feminist Chorus’ voices at The Glasgow School of Art

The sound work installed in the Hen Run during Glasgow International 2014 is now online
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#7 - September 2006 Review

The 17: Bill Drummond

22 April–20 May 2006, The Hatton Gallery, Newcastle
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#18 Summer - June 2009

The Way In

Luke Fowler’s films exist on the margins of documentary. Martin Herbert examines the artist’s archive
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#35 - August 2015

Nervous Skies

Nervous Skies is a transatlantic collaboration between Amelia Bande, Deborah Bower, Annette Knol and Mat Fleming. An installation of 16mm film, slides and text shown in multiple projections, it was first exhibited at the NewBridge Project, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in April and May 2015. Essay by Susannah Thompson
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#6 - April 2006 Review

What Makes You And I Different?

Tramway, Glasgow, 24 February–26 March 2006 
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#16 Winter - November 2008

Lara Favaretto: The End of Motion

Alessandro Rabottini discovers a rich seam of functional and philosophical investigation in the moving and constantly shifting work of Italian artist Lara Favaretto
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#1 - February 2005 Review

Faces in the Crowd: Picturing Modern Life from Manet to Today

Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 3 Dec 2004-6 Mar 2005
#16 Winter - November 2008 Review

On Knowledge Production: A Critical Reader in Contemporary Art

Maria Hlavajova, Jill Winder, Binna Choi (eds.) £20 www.bak-utrecht.nl
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#60 - March 2021 Review

Ocean time

Rhian Williams reviews Minna Dufton’s Big vs. Small at this year’s Glasgow Film Festival
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#56 - April 2020 Review

Feasting on Words

Language gets swilled about, chopped and chewed, slid around, and spat out, ready to be eaten up again. Sara O’Brien reviews ‘Old Food’, a novel by Ed Atkins
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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

Jonathan Horowitz

22 February–14 September, P.S.1, New York
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#31 - February 2014

Lucy Reynolds: Talks

Glasgow School of Art, Friday Event at the Glasgow Film Theatre, 11am—12:30pm, 14 February 2014 | Edinburgh College of Art, Friday Talk, Main Lecture Theatre, 11.30am—1pm, 28 March 2014 
#3 - August 2005

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#9 - March 2007

Emerging: Jamie Shovlin

Steven Cairns looks at the work of emerging artist Jamie Shovlin
#4 - December 2005 Review

Lucy McKenzie

Metro Pictures, New York 10 September–8 October 2005 
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#42 - January 2018 Review

Fatal Softness

Henry Broome reviews an exhibition by Pauline Batista and Madeleine Stack at The Koppel Project, London, 17 November 2017 – 6 January 2018
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#32 - June 2014 MAP Reading Group

‘Sick Sick Sick’ : The Books of Ornery Women

A reading project examining a radical or ‘bludgeoned’ subjectivity of female writers | Session Six : 6.30pm, CCA Cinema, Thu 25 Sep : reading Love Dog by Masha Tupitsyn
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#47 - September 2018 Essay

Mostly No

Sarah Bernstein reflects on solitary women in the fiction of Muriel Spark
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#17 Spring - March 2009 Review

Expanded Cinema: The Live Record

6 December 2008, BFI Southbank, London
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#32 - November 2014 Essay

I, THE OTHER, THE SPACE BETWEEN: READING IN THE DARK

Essay by Suzanne van der Lingen