Tique | publication on contemporary art is a publication about contemporary art that exists both in print and online. The print publication seeks to show and discuss relevant artists, topics and processes in contemporary art. The publication has no fixed form; it is constantly evolving and has no fixed release schedule.

Tique #3: Six Questions

When talking to artists, there were always certain questions that interested us in particular. We wanted to know about their work, their working methods, their process of creation and where they get their inspiration from.

Tique #3 Six Questions contains interviews with Jonas Lund, Marge Monko, Letha Wilson, Félicia Atkinson, Ali Zanjani, Paulien Oltheten, Marc Nagtzaam, Yuki Okumura, Katja Mater, Eric Giraudet de Boudemange, Paul Kooiker and Lito Kattou.

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Tique #2: Contemporary Camera

In Tique | art paper #2, we present artists who use pre-existing photographic images as a point of departure in formulating their work, as a source of research material, as a means of replacing their own photographic documentation or as a commentary on our society. In short, we take a look at the use of this existing flow of images as a contemporary camera. It includes features on the artists Sara Cwynar, Celine van den Boorn, Corinne Vionnet, Eva Stenram, Sophie Barbasch, Clement Valla, Ruth van Beek and Lotte Reimann.

Tique #2 also includes a city report about the art scene in São Paulo and articles on Hana Miletić, Peter Miller, Mark Dorf, Ben Woodeson and Furkablick, the most legendary artist’s residency you’ve never heard of.

Separating each section are artist editions, this time from artists Liesbet Grupping, Nick Geboers, Vincen Beeckman and Timo van Grinsven.

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Tique | art paper #1: Transition

The first issue, which is themed “Transition”, features pieces about Nel Aerts, Assemble, Fred Bervoets, Hou Chien Cheng, The Guerilla Girls, Haroon Gunn-Salie, Bouchra Khalili, Jos Jansen, Vedran Kopljar, Alicja Kwade, Caroline Mesquita, Josephine Pryde, Dries Segers, Yorgos Stamkopoulos, and Penelope Umbrico. Furthermore, there are articles on the Contemporary Art Museum in Estonia and the thriving art scene in Warsaw, as well as tips for remarkable artists, exhibitions and publications from art world professionals. Additionally, dispersed throughout the magazine, artists Karina Beumer, Romain Brunet, Katrien De Blauwer and Marina Richter provide unique artists editions.

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