Read MUSAC's publications for free on visualMANIAC

By Eva Martín. December 10, 2013

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We have made our point pretty clear: at visualMANIAC we love art books and magazines. That's why we decided to create a special section in our bookstore – the Atlas of art centers – where we gather all the museums and exhibition spaces that offer their digital publications with us. Witte de With, Peeping Tom, Antoni Tàpies Foundation... This week we are delighted to welcome MUSAC's books and magazines to our catalogue. Here you can find a small selection of the digital titles published by MUSAC that you can get for free at visualMANIAC. You just have to add them to your personal library and read them online on your computer or offline on visualMANIAC's free apps for iPad and Android Tablets:

Free digital titles published by MUSAC



RADAR digital magazine on contemporary art and theory is published in Spanish and English. Every monograph focuses on a different topic and includes essays by art scholars and artworks by contemporary artists. The intention of RADAR magazine isn't just to reach the public and be read, it also means to function as a theoretical tool for reflection and as a place for dialogue and creation.

The digital book European Curators, an initiative run by MUSAC and the British Council, brings the curatorial practice nearer. This publication invites us to reflect on the work of curators seeking new paths and perspectives. With texts by Julie Bacon, David Armengol, Martí Manen, Mathieu Copeland and Pablo Leon de la Barra among others, European Curators shows that if contemporary art is changing, so must curatorial practices and the different ways of collaboration between curators.

The digital publication Geta Brătescu: The Traveller takes a look at the work of the Romanian artist and its relation to the art produced in Eastern Europe during the Communist era. Curator Magda Radu makes an analysis of the importance of Geta Brătescu's work: her texts contribute to understand the historical and social context of Brătescu's art practice.

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