Amy Zion

Curating, writing, editing, ++ 
    Hessel Collection Cat. Rais.   
    Petrit Halilaj, Tate St. Ives
    LUMA ABCD, Luma Arles   
    Tyra Tingleff, Mousse
    Closer to Life, Hessel Museum   
    Frieze Talks, Frieze NY
    Conversation with Ulrike Müller, Springerin
    The Conference of the Animals, Queens Museum
   Closer to Life, CCS Bard
   Comic Relief
   Erin Jane Nelson (review), frieze
   Ardhje Award (jury), Zeta Gallery, Tirana
   CHART Talks, CHART, Copenhagen
   Gwangu Biennale (review), artagenda
   Busan Biennale (review), artagenda
   Frieze Talks, Frieze NY
   Havana Biennale (review), frieze
   Albania is not Cuba, El Paquete Seminale, Havana
    Edi Hila (review), frieze
    Documents Magazine, Prada Mode, Art Basel Miami

    Aslı Çavuşoğlu, New Museum

    Abbas Akhavan, Skira
    Miriam Schapiro (review), Modern Painters
    Frieze Talks, Frieze NY
   Value Systems, Frieze NY
   Stephen Shore (review), frieze
  14th Lyon Biennial (review), Art in America
     Rodrigo Hernandez, Flash Art
     Il Mondo Magico, 58th Venice Biennale
    Estate as Process, Art Journal 
    Omer Fast (review), frieze
    Abbas Akhavan, Villa Stuck, Munich
    Vikki Alexander (review), frieze (Issue 4)
   Antonio Lopez (review), frieze (Issue 3)
    Art & ... , Triangle NY
    Regionalism vs. Provincialism, Momus
    Laura Poitras (review), frieze
   Art Brut in America and Unorthodox (double review), frieze
A.U.T.O.E.N.U.C.L.E.A.T.I.O.N., Sismografo
   Mother Tongue, 57th Venice Biennale
   Slip of the Tongue, Punta della dogana, Venice
  Parachute Magazine: 1975–2007, Fillip 20
   Property of a Lady, Witte de With Review
   Danh Vo: Go Mo Ni Ma Da, Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Paris and Dilecta
   Everything Must Go, e-flux
   Visitor’s Talks, CCS Bard 
   Tell it to my Heart—Collected by Julie Ault, Museum für gegenwartskunst, Basel
   Tell it to my Heart—Collected by Julie Ault (Vol. I), Hatje Cantz
    Documents Magazine: 1992–2004, Fillip 17
    Damnatio Memoriae, CCS Galleries, Bard College
   DAAR, Centre d’Art Neuchatel and Nottingham Contemporary
    Danh Vo (review), Fillip
   Up North (review), Fuse

LUMA ABCD, Luma Arles

LUMA ABCD. Ed. Maja Hoffmann, Tom Eccles, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Vassilis Oikonomopoulos, published by the Luma Foundation and distributed by Buchhandlung Walther und Franz Koenig. Design by NORM. Cover illustration by Frank Gehry. 

This bilingual book was published to mark the opening of the Parc des Ateliers campus of Luma Arles in southern France. The volume includes new contributions from artists, writers, and scholars, including: Etel Adnan, Frédérique Aït-Touati, Manthia Diawara, Liam Gillick, Thomas Keenan, Catherine Malabou, Sohrab Mohebbi, Philippe Parreno, Paul B. Preciado, Ingrid Rowland, and more. Contributions range from scholarly texts to letters, poetry, recipes, and artworks. LUMA ABCD also includes excerpts from past conversations and documentation from exhibitions which took place as part of Luma Arles. The book is organized by terms and keywords, all of which appear in both French and English. As the project’s deputy editor, I worked in close consultation with editors: Maja Hoffmann, Tom Eccles, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Vassilis Oikonomopoulos as well as NORM (Manuel Krebs), the project’s designer; and the contributors, translators, and copyeditors. From the publishers:

In keeping with a program that seeks out the intersections of the arts, human rights, and the environment, the polyphony of voices and images reflects both the local specificity of Arles and the larger global context in which it is situated.