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June 16th, 2020
Upcoming in nonsite

A symposium on Anscombe and art, essays on Thomas Struth’s recent work, John Cage on truth, and Nicholas Brown enters The Tank.

January 20th, 2015
B-Side Modernism
At Emory University, January 23-24

B-Side Modernism is almost here. For more information click on the image below or visit our events page.

B-Side Modernism Flyer

The idea behind “B-Side Modernism” is to consider the work of 20th century poets and artists whose meaning and value have yet to be fully realized. The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library at Emory University is an amazing resource; more than any other collection, it represents the richness and diversity of English language poetry in the 20th century and beyond. For nonsite.org, the collection – and the Mellon Foundation’s support of this project – presents a fantastic opportunity, not just to support new scholarly work, but to open up a major archive to meaningful public conversation.

December 16th, 2014
Photography and Philosophy
At LACMA, March 13-14, 2015

Nonsite’s conference on Photography and Philosophy is just a few months away. Our submission deadline is November 15th. For more information on how to be involved, click on the image below or see our Events page. Photography and Philosophy Poster

January 23rd, 2013
The Music Issue (Issue #8) is here

In our newest issue nonsite turns its attention to music.

March 25th, 2012
New Poetry: Samuel Amadon and Maureen McLane

Nonsite presents new poetry: “Spy Poem” by Samuel Amadon and three poems by Maureen N. McLane: “Invitation to a Voyage,” “A Situation,” and “OK Fern.” Click on the Poetry tab to see our archive and new arrivals.

March 22nd, 2011
James Welling joins nonsite.org

We’re happy to announce that James Welling has joined nonsite.org as our art editor. In the coming months, we will be featuring portfolios and exhibitions unique to nonsite.

January 28th, 2011
Nonsite Launches

February 10, 2011. In the midst of a cold winter, nonsite.org was launched in order to raise the temperature. If our first issue doesn’t make you unseasonably hot, perhaps the next will make you feel a springtime chill. In the meantime, look out for upcoming editorials, reviews, poems and articles. And read on.

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