A biannual magazine of the arts and letters published by the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
Echoing early international avant-garde magazines, Boulevard Magenta focuses on art practice without excluding any discipline. IMMA has organised numerous projects involving not only artists but also writers, architects, musicians, filmmakers and dancers. Boulevard Magenta acknowledges the interconnection between art forms, and offers our audiences the context and background to understand, learn from, and enjoy more fully contemporary culture.
Authors, Editor and Contributors: Enrique Juncosa (Editor), Seán Kissane (Editor), John Banville, Gerald Barry, Rabih Alameddine, Pedro Almodóvar, Francis Alÿs, Martin Assig, Roberto Bolaño, Cecily Brennan, Trisha Brown, Michel Butor, Anthony Cronin, Anju Dodiya, Theo Dorgan, Iran do Espírito Santo, Jordi Esteva, Wayne Koestenbaum, Fergus Martin, Jockum Nordström, Dennis O’Driscoll, Brian O’Doherty, Hans Ulrich Obrist, John Pawson, Gerard Smyth, Enrique Vila-Matas. 'Includes a CD of music by Gerald Barry'
Year of Publication: 2009
Description: Volume 2 of this arts and literary publication that is the brainchild of IMMA’s Former Director, Enrique Juncosa, himself a noted poet, bringing together a collection of works ranging across the visual arts, prose, poetry, music, film and architecture.