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Spike Issue No. 43–46

Spike, a bilingual German/English contemporary art magazine, was founded by artist Ms. Rita Vitorelli in 2004 to bolster vigorous, independent, and meaningful art criticism. At the heart of each issue are feature essays by leading critics and curators on artists whose work plays a significant role in the current scene. Reaching far beyond its editorial base in Vienna and Berlin, Spike is both rigorously academic and refreshingly essayistic.

Issue No. 43

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Specs

217 x 280 mm

Year

2015

Contributors

Rita Vitorelli
Korakrit Arunanondchai
Weronika Ławniczak
Heimo Zobernig
Henri Matisse

The magazine blends a potent mix of opulent visuals and teeny images. The bold and clunky grotesque font Kabel is tapered by the classic and elegant book font Garamond to draw a line between contemporary and art historical. For each and every issue, Ms. Rita Vitorelli sketches the editor’s letter in her own hand.

Issue No. 44

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Specs

217 x 280 mm

Year

2015

Contributors

Rita Vitorelli
Nicolas Party
Lily van der Stokker
Albert Oehlen
Julia Wachtel

The magazine blends a potent mix of opulent visuals and teeny images. The bold and clunky grotesque font Kabel is tapered by the classic and elegant book font Garamond to draw a line between contemporary and art historical. For each and every issue, Ms. Rita Vitorelli sketches the editor’s letter in her own hand.

Issue No. 45

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Specs

217 x 280 mm

Year

2015

Contributors

Rita Vitorelli
Dominique Gonzales-Foerster
William Pope.L
Shanzhai Biennial
Tino Sehgal

The magazine blends a potent mix of opulent visuals and teeny images. The bold and clunky grotesque font Kabel is tapered by the classic and elegant book font Garamond to draw a line between contemporary and art historical. For each and every issue, Ms. Rita Vitorelli sketches the editor’s letter in her own hand.

Issue No. 46

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Specs

217 x 280 mm

Year

2015

Contributors

Tobias Madison
Barbara Kruger
Omer Fast
Adam Curtis
Armen Avanessian
Chus Martinez
Claire Fonaine

The magazine blends a potent mix of opulent visuals and teeny images. The bold and clunky grotesque font Kabel is tapered by the classic and elegant book font Garamond to draw a line between contemporary and art historical. For each and every issue, Ms. Rita Vitorelli sketches the editor’s letter in her own hand.

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