Charley was a contemporary art publication series edited by Maurizio Cattelan, Massimiliano Gioni and Ali Subotnick. It is as visual as a magazine and as substantial as a book, but refuses to abide by either genre's rules. Sponsored by the Deste Foundation in Athens, Greece, which supports artist's projects, exhibitions, and symposia that explore the relationship between contemporary art and culture.
Charley 01, 2001 – 192 pages, 150 x 200 mm. No text. Featuring works by 400 emerging artists, selected by a pool of international artists, curators and critics.
Charley 02, 2002 – 142 color postcards, 100 x 150 mm. No text. Charley 02 is a pack of postcards providing a snapshot of the New York City art season in 2001-2002.
Charley 03, 2003 – 384 pages, 220 x 300 mm. Presenting 100 artists from the 80s and 90s.
Charley 04, 2005 – 800 pages, 210 x 290 mm. Conducted by the curators of the 4th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art (2006), this fourth issue brings together works produced by more than 700 artists found in catalogues, and recommended by friends and colleagues. « All of the artists are represented without their consent. We are extremely grateful for this.
Charley 05, 2007 – 544 pages, 170 x 245 mm. Charley 05 features 400 works by 100 artists that are remained isolated, forgotten, proudly secluded or sightly unnoticed, in spite of their visionary work.
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