A Short Survey of CONTROL Magazine 1965–2017

In 1965 Stephen Willats was in touch with a group of artists, designers and art theoreticians to put together a new art magazine, which came to be called Control. It cost £67 to print, 450 copies were made and sold for 3/- each, as a not-for-profit magazine without adverts or any other commercial linkage, selling mostly through independent bookshops and, in addition, there was a small exhibition of the magazine at a book shop in Charing Cross Road. Issue One was anonymous, with no date and no Editor... continue reading

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Exhibition at TATE Liverpool
25 April–16 May 2018

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Francisco Camacho Herrera
A Letter...
Issue Twenty, 2017

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Gladstone Thompson
The Meeting Place
Issue Twenty, 2017

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Flyer for Issue 18
2009

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Merlin Carpenter
Line of Control
Issue Twenty, 2017

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Stephen Willats
Thisway-
Issue Twenty, 2017

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Christian Nyampeta
The Rest
Issue Nineteen, 2014

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Ricardo Basbaum
9 Choreographic Diagrams
Issue Nineteen, 2014

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Rosalie Schweiker
Dilemmas in Art
Issue Nineteen, 2014

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Contributors 2010–2019

Issue Twenty 2017

Merlin Carpenter
Bedfellows
Francisco Camacho Herrera
Radio Anti
Stephen Willats
Eliana Otta
Gladstone Thompson
Johanna Gustaffson Fürst

Issue Nineteen 2014

Christian Nyampeta
Rosalie Schweiker
Ricardo Basbaum
Andrea Francke
Emma Smith
Stephen Willats
Eva Weinmayr
Ross Taylor & Madalina Zaharia
Luke Cohen
Laura Wilson

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