Fillip

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Fillip is a Vancouver-based contemporary art publishing organization formed in 2004.[1] It publishes a magazine as well as books of critical writing. The magazine with the same name was started in 2005.[1][2] The publisher of the magazine is the Projectile.[2]

In 2008 it opened an office on the border between Gastown and the Downtown Eastside from which it hosts month events including artist talks, publication launches, and screenings.[1][3]

Fillip builds on Vancouver’s tradition of critical art publishing such as the pre-magazine era Vanguard (1972–78), Boo (1994–98), and Last Call (2001–02) by stimulating conversations about contemporary art through critical writing, projects, and events.

Books[edit]

Beginning in 2009, Fillip began publishing artist books and books of critical writing under the Fillip Editions imprint.

  • John C. Welchman, Supplement 1, 2015
  • Jeff Khonsary and Kristina Lee Podesva, eds., Institutions by Artists Vol. 1, 2012
  • Antonia Hirsch, ed., Intangible Economies, 2012
  • Antonia Hirsch, Komma (After Dalton Trumbo' Johnny Got His Gun), 2011
  • Jeff Khonsary and Melanie O'Brian, eds., Judgment and Contemporary Art Criticism, 2010 (co-published with Artspeak, Vancouver)
  • Silvia Kolbowski, Dear Silvia...July 2009, 2010
  • Mark Manders, Traducing Ruddle, 2010 (co-published with Roma Publications, Antwerp)
  • Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber, Autogestion, or Henri Lefebvre in New Belgrade, 2009 (co-published with Sternberg Press, Berlin)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Fillip: Critical Writing Strikes". ARCLines. Retrieved 31 October 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "Fillip". Zero1 Magazine. Retrieved 31 October 2015. 
  3. ^ Emily Anne Kuriyama, “Cool Independent Zines You Should Know About”, Complex, 21 March 2014

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