To mark Documenta 13 we have been allowing free access to selected Afterall journal articles on artists featured in the exhibition. These are normally only accessible to those with a subscription. More articles will be made available over the course of the exhibition. Join us on Facebook for updates.
Available from 9 August 2012
Storytelling by Sofía Hernández by Chong Cuy
‘A Visionary Dream, Unrealized’: The Drawings of Michael Rakowitz by Stephanie Smith
Stone as Stone: An Essay About Jimmie Durham by Anders Kreuger
Jimmie Durham: For the Price of a Magazine by Anthony Huberman
Available from the 30 June
Doug Ashford & Julie Ault:
Citizen Artists: Group Material by Alison Green
Subject Production and Political Art Practice by Marius Babias
El sueno de la razon produce monstruos: On the Work of Javier Téllez by Michèle Faguet
Acting Naturally: The Face and the Mask by Melissa Gronlund
Available from the 9 June
Kai Althoff: Pictures from a Damaged Life by Alexandra Heimes
Gerard Byrne: Why It’s Time for Realism, Again by Maria Muhle
Tacita Dean: Magic World: A Report on a Future Visit to Shepperton by Tacita Dean and Jeremy Millar
Julie Mehretu: Julie Mehretu's 'Perfect' Pictures by Peter Eleey
Sanja Ivekovic: Pictures of Women by Nataša Ilić and Dejan Kršić
Omer Fast: From Homer to Omer Fast by Elisabeth Lebovici
Rosemarie Trockel: Mechanics of Meaning, or the Painting Machine by Anne Wagner
You can use the search function on this site to find further Afterall articles on artists in the exhibition, including, Alighiero Boetti, Thea Djordjadze, Trisha Donnelly, Sam Durant, Theaster Gates, Susan Hiller, Pierre Huyghe, Joan Jonas, Goshka Macuga, and Anri Sala.
Documenta 13 opens to the public on Saturday 9 June and continues until the Sunday 16 September 2012.
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Image: Michael Rakowitz, What Dust Will Rise?,
Commissioned and produced by Documenta 13 with the support of Dena Foundation for Contemporary Art, Paris, and Lombard Freid Projects, New York. Photograph: Roman März. Courtesy the artist and Lombard Freid Projects, New York