Issue 55 of Parkett, edited by Bice Curiger. Contents include: Editorial: "Pavel Pepperstein: The Artist as a Subculture," by Boris Groys; "Universal Wisdom at the Bewitching Hour on Private TV," by Rudolf Schmidtz; Ed Ruscha: "Ed Ruscha's Illuminated Manuscripts," by Jeff Perrone; "Critters Crave Salt," by Jennifer Higgie; "Ed Ruscha's Modern Language," by Howard Singerman; "White-Out," by Katja Schenker; "The Ballad of Ed Ruscha," by Joe Scanlan; Edition for Parkett: Ed Ruscha;" Andreas Slominski: "Berlin Detours," by Nancy Spector; "Mousedomes at the Periphery of Peopledom," by Patrick Frey; "Wordless," by Julian Heynen; a conversation between Bettina Funcke, Jens Hoffmann, and Boris Groys; Edition for Parkett: Andreas Slominski; Sam Taylor-Wood: "Sustaining the Antagonism. On "Five Revolutionary Seconds," by Elisabeth Bronfen; "Sliding...S-Sam Taylor-Wood's Invention of the Dialogue," by Francesco Bonami; "The Soliloquious Vision," by Ewa Lajer-Burcharth; Edition for Parkett: Sam Taylor-Wood. "Cumulous aus Europa," by Michelle Nicol; "Cumulous from America," by Suely Rolnik; "Garderobe:" "Artist's Monographs & Editions;" "Editions for Parkett No. 55 (With Prices). Insert by Kara Walker. Spine No. 55-57 designed by Louise Bourgeois from "ODE A MA MERE," 1995, one of a series of 9 drypoint etchings. Text in English and German.