The Artist as Curator Issue #10 Mousse #51 (Order the Issue) Judy Chicago, Miriam Schapiro, and the CalArts Feminist Art Program, Womanhouse, 1972 Natalie Musteata Avdey Ter-Oganyan, Toward the Object, 1992 Ekaterina Degot Issue #9 Mousse #50 (Order the Issue) Martin Kippenberger, MOMAS-Museum of Modern Art Syros, 1993-97 William Krieger Lucy McKenzie and Paulina O?owska, Nova Popularna, 2003 Monika Szewczyk Issue #8 Mousse #49 (Order the Issue) Hélio Oiticica, Apocalipopótese, 1968 Monica Amor and Carlos Basualdo Mark Leckey, UniAddDumThs, 2014–15 Elena Filipovic Issue #7 Mousse #48 (Order the Issue) Andy Warhol, Raid the Icebox I, with Andy Warhol, 1969 Anthony Huberman Goshka Macuga, Picture Room, 2003 Lucy Steeds Issue #6 Mousse #47 (Sold Out) Mel Bochner, Working Drawings And Other Visible Things On Paper Not Necessarily Meant To Be Viewed As Art, 1966 James Meyer Hank Bull, Shen Fan, Zhou Tiehai, Shi Yong, and Ding Yi, Let’s Talk About Money: Shanghai First International Fax Art Exhibition, 1996 Biljana Ciric Issue #5 Mousse #46 (Order the Issue) Marcel Broodthaers, Musée d’Art Moderne Département des Aigles, Section des Figures, 1972 Dirk Snauwaert Philippe Thomas, Feux pales, 1990 Elisabeth Lebovici Issue #4 Mousse #45 (Order the Issue) Group Material, AIDS Timeline, 1989 Claire Grace Alice Creischer, Andreas Siekmann, and Max Jorge Hinderer, The Potosí Principle, 2010 Alexander Alberro Issue #3 Mousse #44 (Order the Issue) Martha Rosler, If You Lived Here. . ., 1989 Nina M?ntmann Walid Raad and Akram Zaatari, Mapping Sitting: On Portraiture and Photography, 2002 Kaelen Wilson-Goldie Issue #2 Mousse #43 (Sold Out) Avant-Garde Argentinian Visual Artists Group, Tucumán Burns, 1968 Ana Longoni Liam Gillick and Philippe Parreno, The Trial of Pol Pot, 1998 Dean Inkster Issue #1 Mousse #42 (Order the Issue) Richard Hamilton and Victor Pasmore, an Exhibit, 1957 Isabelle Moffat John Cage, “Rolywholyover A Circus” for Museum by John Cage, 1993 Sandra Skurvida Issue #0 Mousse #41 (Sold Out) When Exhibitions Become Form: On the History of the Artist as Curator Elena Filipovic The Artist as Curator is a serial publication that examines a profoundly influential but still understudied phenomenon, a history that has yet to be written: the fundamental role that artists have played as curators. Taking the ontologically ambiguous thing we called “the exhibition” as a critical medium, artists have often in the process radically rethought the conventional form of the exhibition as such. This project is about precisely those exhibitions. Two essays will appear in a loose booklet in each edition of Mousse over two years, before being published in book form at the end. Collectively, they will address twenty seminal artist-curated exhibitions, spanning a period from the postwar to the present. The series is conceived and edited by Elena Filipovic, published by Mousse, and generously supported by an engaged group of art institutions and foundations that have made possible the research and production of the series.