October 19, 2013:
The New Yorker's "Page-turner" blog posts on Aaron Schuster's "A Philosophy of Tickling," from issue 50
Trajekte reprints Eyal Weizman's "Osteobiography: An Interview with Clyde Snow," from issue 43
August 29, 2013:
Core77 Design honors Jesse LeCavalier's "The Restlessness of Objects," from issue 47
June 27, 2013:
It's Nice That posts on the Design Observer's honors for Curiosity and Method: Ten Years of Cabinet Magazine
June 26, 2013:
Curiosity and Method: Ten Years of Cabinet Magazine is a winner in both best book and best design categories for the Design Observer's "Fifty Books / Fifty Covers 2012"
June 26, 2013:
The Los Angeles Times posts on the Design Observer's honors for Curiosity and Method: Ten Years of Cabinet Magazine
June 1, 2013:
The Independent reviews "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing," curated by Brian Dillon
May 30, 2013:
Designo reviews "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing," curated by Brian Dillon
May 29, 2013:
Culture24 posts on "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing," curated by Brian Dillon
May 24, 2013:
Apollo reviews "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing," curated by Brian Dillon
May 23, 2013:
MailOnline posts on Simon Critchley's suicide note workshop, an event held at the "School of Death"
May 23, 2013:
ABC News posts on Simon Critchley's suicide note workshop, an event held at the "School of Death"
May 21, 2013:
Blouin ArtInfo interviews Brian Dillon, curator of "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing"
May 20, 2013:
The New York Times features workshops run by Simon Critchley and Jeff Dolven, two events held at the "School of Death"
May 17, 2013:
The Guardian posts on "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing," an exhibition curated by Brian Dillon
May 17, 2013:
Financial Times previews "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing," curated by Brian Dillon
May 16, 2013:
The Telegraph posts a slideshow documenting the Horniman walrus as it is moved from the National History Gallery and installed in "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing," an exhibition curated by Brian Dillon
Artforum previews the forthcoming "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing," an exhibition curated by Brian Dillon
London Grip posts on "Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing," curated by Brian Dillon
April 24, 2013:
Mining.com posts on Hubert Duprat's "Artist Project / Trichopterae," from issue 25
April 24, 2013:
Random House of Canada’s Hazlitt blog posts a review of Curiosity and Method: Ten Years of Cabinet Magazine
April 14, 2013:
The New Yorker's "Page-turner" blog posts on George Pendle's "Shaved Heads, Snipped Tubes, Imperial Marines, and Dope Fiends," from issue 48
April 12, 2013:
The Rumpus posts on George Pendle's "Shaved Heads, Snipped Tubes, Imperial Marines, and Dope Fiends," from issue 48
April 9, 2013:
Longform posts on George Pendle's "Shaved Heads, Snipped Tubes, Imperial Marines, and Dope Fiends," from issue 48
April 4, 2013:
The New Yorker's "Page-turner" blog posts about "Cabinet on Trial: A Magazine of No Qualities?"
April 4, 2013:
Poets & Writers posts on "Cabinet on Trial: A Magazine of No Qualities?"
Bookforum reviews Curiosity and Method: Ten Years of Cabinet Magazine and "Cabinet on Trial: A Magazine of No Qualities?"
February 28, 2013:
Corridors reprints Beth Blum's "In Defense of Friendlessness," from issue 36
January 30, 2013:
The Wall Street Journal visits Cabinet
January 23, 2013:
Public Radio's Here & Now interviews Nicola Twilley about "The Coldscape," from issue 47
Time, a book in Whitechapel Gallery's Documents of Contemporary Art series, reprints Joshua Foer's “A Minor History Of / Time without Clocks,” from issue 29
Time, a book in Whitechapel Gallery's Documents of Contemporary Art series, reprints Daniel Rosenberg's “The Trouble with Timelines,” from issue 13
December 14, 2012:
Vanity Fair features Curiosity and Method: Ten Years of Cabinet Magazine
December 2, 2012:
The Funambulist posts on James Trainor's "Reimagining Recreation," from issue 45
November 26, 2012:
Blouin ArtInfo blogs about Brian Burke-Gaffney's "Hashima: The Ghost Island," from issue 7
November 15, 2012:
Smithsonian blogs about Louise Harpman & Scott Specht's "Peel, Pucker, Pinch, Puncture," from issue 19
October 5, 2012:
Sveriges Television features Bigert & Bergström's The Last Calendar
October 3, 2012:
Ace Hotel blogs about “Harry Smith: String Figures,” an exhibition organized by painter Terry Winters and Cabinet
September 18, 2012:
Art Spaces Archives Project posts Sohrab Mohebbi's interview with Sina Najafi, editor-in-chief of Cabinet
Revista de Occidente reprints Willian H. Sherman’s “How to Make Anything Signify Anything,” from issue 40
New Museum's Ghosts in the Machine exhibition catalogue reprints Barry Sanders’s “Bang the Keys Swiftly: Type-Writers and Their Discontents,” from issue 8
New Museum's Ghosts in the Machine exhibition catalogue reprints Christopher Turner's “Thinking Inside the Box,” from issue 42
Infra-mince reprints Brian Dillon’s “Forget Me Not: An Interview with Geoffrey Batchen,” from issue 14
June 5, 2012:
The Paris Review visits Cabinet for Hanna Rose Shell's Hide and Seek: Camouflage, Photography, and the Media of Reconnaissance
OEI reprints D. Graham Burnett & W. J. Walter’s essay “Reading to the Endgame,” from issue 35
March 27, 2012:
The Atlantic picks Will Wiles’s “The Behavioral Sink,” from issue 42, as one of five all-time great articles
March 21, 2012:
Capital New York visits Cabinet for “On Photography and Humor,” with Blind Spot
March 3, 2012:
The Washington Post's Style Blog considers the drawings of Ronald Reagan by way of Cabinet's "Presidential Doodles"
February 20, 2012:
It’s Nice That spotlights Cabinet
February 10, 2012:
Flavorpill spotlights “The Case of Nicolas Chauvin, an evening with The White Review" at Cabinet
January 31, 2012:
The New Republic highlights Cabinet in a round up of “retro-tech” in the arts
January 28, 2012:
Neuen Zürcher Zeitung features an article on Ilf and Petrov’s American Road Trip
January 27, 2012:
Huffington Post blogs about Mark Dorrian’s “Adventure on the Vertical,” from issue 44
January 21, 2012:
Longform.org includes Thomas Keenan and Eyal Weizman’s “Mengele’s Skull,” from issue 43, in its list of “the best stories ever written about war criminals on the lam”
January 6, 2012:
Artforum online’s “500 Words” column features Mats Bigert on Bigert & Bergström’s The Last Calendar
Labour & Leisure, a book by Alternativa Editions and the Wyspa Institute of Art, reprints Marina van Zuylen's "The Importance of Being Lazy," from issue 11
Reading / Feeling, a compilation of texts focused on affect and cultural practice, reprints "The Broken Circuit: An Interview with Lauren Berlant," from issue 31
Mats Bigert interviewed in Stimulus Respond about Bigert & Bergström's The Last Calendar
The Art Street Journal includes Cabinet among "the most exciting, informative, and provocative ny-based arts and culture magazines"
December 29, 2011:
Nature editor Brendan Maher picks Will Wiles’s “The Behavioral Sink,” from issue 42, for his top five “longreads” of 2011
December 14, 2011:
Bookforum visits Cabinet for the creation of I Am Sitting in a Room, the first in the “24-Hour Book” series
December 7, 2011:
Svenska Dagbladet profiles Bigert & Bergtröm, highlighting The Last Calendar (in Swedish)
November 15, 2011:
Les Inrocktuptibles on Cabinet, N+1, and Villa Gillet (in French)
Edit reprints Yara Flores’s “Spirit Duplication,” from issue 39 (in German)
September 25, 2011:
The Eastern Echo notes Cabinet's "Most Phallic Building in the World Contest" in a profile of the Ypsilanti Water Tower
Artforum's review of the Tenth Sharjah Biennial makes mention of Cabinet’s “Collector's Album of Traders, Traitors, Translators, and Experientialists”
June 29, 2011:
The Wall Street Journal's “Speakeasy” blog visits Cabinet for the book launch of Chistopher Turner’s Adventures in the Orgasmatron
May 5, 2011:
The L Magazine visits University-on-the-Bowery, the third in Cabinet’s “Fair for Knowledge” series
May 4, 2011:
The New York Times features Cabinetlandia in an article on arts and the American West
March 27, 2011:
Tout-Fait posts on "Clipping, Copying, and Thinking"
March 18, 2011:
The New Yorker's Book Bench blog attends Poetry Lab / “William Carlos Williams: Anatomy of a Poem”
March 14, 2011:
"Talk of the Town" article on "Fair for Knowledge: Hair" in The New Yorker
February 18, 2011:
Part two of ...might be good's review of "An Exchange with Sol LeWitt"
February 16, 2011:
"An Exchange with Sol LeWitt" is reviewed by the L Magazine
February 11, 2011:
The Berkshire Eagle reviews "An Exchange with Sol LeWitt"
February 6, 2011:
"An Exchange with Sol LeWitt" is noted in the Brazilian Diário Popular
February 1, 2011:
"An Exchange with Sol LeWitt" is noted in the Brazilian Magazine o Sul
January 27, 2011:
Highlighted/critics' pick listing of "Fair for Knowledge: Hair" in Time Out New York
January 21, 2011:
The John Seven Collection reviews "An Exchange with Sol LeWitt"
January 21, 2011:
Part one of ...might be good's review of "An Exchange with Sol LeWitt"
January 18, 2011:
Regine Basha, curator of "An Exchange with Sol LeWitt," is interviewed by Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network's Where We Live
Ruins, a book in Whitechapel Gallery's Documents of Contemporary Art series, reprints an article by Walead Beshty and Eric Schwab from issue 20
Ruins, a book in Whitechapel Gallery's Documents of Contemporary Art series, reprints an article by Martin Herbert from issue 20
Wilson Quarterly highlights D. Graham Burnett's "Learning Degree Zero" from issue 39
The Sublime, the newest book in Whitechapel Gallery's Documents of Contemporary Art series, includes Olafur Eliasson's essay from issue 3
Abece Azorro publishes a Polish translation of Jim Holt’s “The Art of Laughter,” from issue 17
December 28, 2010:
Radio Free Europe profiles Ilf and Petrov's American Road Trip
December 5, 2010:
The Independent reviews "The Slice: Cutting to See"
December 1, 2010:
BMJ enjoys "The Slice: Cutting to See"
Shanghai's Art World Magazine profiles Cabinet
November 22, 2010:
Review of "The Slice: Cutting to See" in Architecture Today's blog
November 19, 2010:
Post on Yara Flores's "Spirit Duplication" from issue 39 in Printeresting
November 10, 2010:
BLDGBLOG cites Odd Lots in a comparison between Gordon Matta-Clark and Jack Gasnick
November 5, 2010:
The Times Literary Supplement reviews Cabinet
Printed Project interviews Cabinet's Sina Najafi and Jeffrey Kastner for an issue on "The Conceptual North Pole"
October 13, 2010:
A post on blogTO notes Robin Collyer's artist project from issue 21
October 10, 2010
The “Sloth” section from issue 29 is reprinted in an exhibition catalogue for Cosima von Bonin at Witte de With
October 10, 2010:
io9 posts on guano as discussed by Christina Duffy Burnett and Sina Najafi in issue 38
October 5, 2010:
Barry Sanders’s "Bang the Keys Swiftly: Type-Writers and Their Discontents," originally published in issue 8, is reprinted in the exhibition catalogue Courier
October 3, 2010:
Opinio Juris is intrigued by the relation between guano and imperial history discussed by Christina Duffy Burnett and Sina Najafi in issue 38
September 30, 2010:
Things magazine notes issue 38 in a post on islands
September 29, 2010:
The US Chess Federation writes about D. Graham Burnett and W. J. Walter's Novel Chess project, which debuted in issue 35
September 29, 2010:
An article on Livestrong.com about the history of exercise equipment notes Carolyn de la Peña's issue 29 article "The Origins of Cybex Space"
September 21, 2010:
Wilsonart's the Statement profiles Cabinet
September 15, 2010:
The New Republic's Books and Arts blog praises Cabinet in a feature on Cartographies of Time, a book with roots in issue 13
September 15, 2010:
An item in Bookforum's Paper Trail blog on "A Hearing on the Activities of the International Necronautical Society"
Cabinet selected for WNYC's STAR initiative
Artforum previews Cosima von Bonin's upcoming exhibition, the catalogue for which includes a reprint of the section on "Sloth" from issue 29
Harper's Magazine excerpts Eben Klemm's interview with David Arnold from issue 37
Failure, a book in Whitechapel Gallery's Documents of Contemporary Art series, reprints an interview with Scott A. Sandage from issue 7
August 29, 2010:
Germany's Die Welt profiles Cabinet and fellow Brooklyn-based magazine n+1 (note: in German!)
July 15, 2010:
The Constant Conversation highlights Colby Chamberlain's "Inventory" column "Keep It Déclassé" from issue 37
May 26, 2010:
Boing Boing publishes an expanded version of Mark Dery's text from issue 37, "(Face)book of the Dead"
May 7, 2010:
"Insectomedia" listed by Free NYC
May 7, 2010:
NBC New York's Around Town picks "Insectomedia" for Friday evening
May 6, 2010:
Time Out New York notes "Insectomedia" in its listings
March 4, 2010:
Lost at Sea reports from the "Not Knots" workshop
February 4, 2010:
Time Out New York features "Taking to Our Beds: On Hypochondria" as a critics' pick
The Utne Reader reprints Mats Bigert's "A Test of Patience" from issue 34
Paper Monument considers the "reflexive cycle of 'watching learning'" at play in "Darcy Lange: Work Studies in Schools"
Frieze reviews "Victor Houteff: At the Eleventh Hour"
Ekspektatywa republishes D. Graham Burnett's piece from issue 34, "Games of Chance," in Polish
Cabinet appears in Kiosk, a sourcebook on independent art publishing, 1999–2009
December 14, 2009:
A review of "Darcy Lange: Work Studies in Schools" in Idiom
Cabinet's Gowanus event space makes Artforum's "Best of 2009"
November 30, 2009:
Lost at Sea reviews "Darcy Lange: Work Studies in Schools"
November 16, 2009:
"Speed Reading," Cabinet's contribution to Performa 09, is profiled in Idiom
November 8, 2009:
Design Observer's Observatory reprints Alexandra Cardia's piece on dust jackets from Cabinet no. 35
November 5, 2009:
Bookforum's blog Omnivore on several articles in Cabinet no. 35
November 1, 2009:
Cabinet's event "Looking" is a Time Out New York critics' pick
October 22, 2009:
Time Out New York's Own This City spotlights David Levine's exhibition "Hopeful"
September 3, 2009:
Time Out New York reviews Cabinet's show of Victor Houteff's "At the Eleventh Hour"
August 24, 2009:
Art in America on Paul Ramirez Jonas and Lisa Sigal's "Specials" at Cabinet
August 13, 2009:
Cabinet contributor Mark Dery profiles the magazine for Boing Boing
July 21, 2009:
NYmag.com's The Cut features Nadia Wagner's scent-based installation
July 20, 2009:
Now Smell This blogs about Nadia Wagner's olfactory overload
July 19, 2009:
The New York Times attends a Cabinet afterparty at a pool in a dumpster in Gowanus
July 16, 2009:
Smudge puts Cabinetlandia on its map
July 11, 2009:
Nadia Wagner's olfactory exhibit, "Recent additions to the permanent collection" is mentioned on Glass Petal Smoke
July 8, 2009:
Art in America mentions David Levine's work in Cabinet no. 31
July 7, 2009:
Art in America spotlights Conrad Shawcross's Gowanus journey
Lapham's Quarterly publishes an excerpt from llf and Petrov's American Road Trip
June 25, 2009:
Urban Omnibus on Conrad Shawcross's "Pre-Retroscope IV: Gowanus Journey"
Sina Najafi and Displayer talk about Cabinetlandia
May 20, 2009:
The Village Voice interviews Conrad Shawcross about his show "Pre-Retroscope IV: Gowanus Journey"
May 12, 2009:
The Rumpus reprints a George Pendle article that appeared in Cabinet no. 32
Harper's Magazine reprints Mel Gordon's list of prostitute pseudonyms in Weimar-era Berlin, originally published in Cabinet
February 25, 2009:
The Village Voice on Cabinet's new event and exhibition space in Brooklyn
February 18, 2009:
The Los Angeles Times blogs about Cabinet's issue 32 release party
Sweden's Paletten reprints the Village Voice piece on art criticism which mentioned Cabinet
January 25, 2009:
Cabinet turns out to be a favorite of Andrew Bird, as discovered in New York Magazine's interview with him
January 7, 2009:
The Village Voice considers criticism in today's art world and notes Cabinet's place
Wilson Quarterly publishes an excerpt of D. Graham Burnett's column on the qibla from Issue 31
Chelseaartgalleries.com reviews Lisa Young's exhibition at the CUE Art Foundation, curated by Cabinet
Artforum reviews Lisa Young's work at the Cue Art Foundation, curated by Cabinet
Cabinet's The Book of Stamps featured in Art on Paper
Esquire Russia reprints "Artist Project / Laughter Scores" from Issue 17
Tauba Auerbach includes Cabinet in her "Top Ten" column for Artforum
IPA Review tackles Ilf and Petrov's American Roadtrip
February 5, 2008:
Morbid Anatomy dissects Cabinet Issue 28
January 20, 2008:
Cabinet of Wonders muses on Celeste Olalquiaga's column "Object Lesson / Transitional Object" from Issue 20
August 24, 2007:
The Artist's Joke, a book in Whitechapel Gallery's Documents of Contemporary Art series, reprints an article by Slavoj Žižek from issue 17
December 6, 2007:
Cabinet and Slought Foundation's Sloth conference is covered by the New York Sun
Fall 2007: November 27, 2007:
Eye covers recent collaborations by
Cabinet and Implicasphere
A short run-down of Cabinet's recent issue in the National
October 6, 2007:
A very thoughtful and
detailed article on what we at Cabinet are up to, by the people at Luna Park Review
Washington Post article on Cabinet, then reprinted in the Houston Chronicle
September 21, 2007:
Washington Post article on Cabinet reprinted in the
Los Angeles Times
September 18, 2007:
Article on Cabinet in the pages of the Washington Post
July 14, 2007:
Haaretz retraces Ilf and Petrov's American Road Trip
July 5, 2007:
Harper's blogs about Heidegger and Leland de la Durantaye's essay on the philosopher's cabin from Cabinet no. 25
June 14, 2007:
The New York Times obituary for Rudolf Arnheim mentions his interview with Cabinet from Issue 2
May 24, 2007:
Ilf and Petrov's American Road Trip is shortlisted for the 2007 Rossica Translation Prize
Texas-based art magazine ARTL!ES invades Cabinetlandia
Cabinet seems to be the luxury traveler's magazine of choice, at least
according to Outside's Go
February 13, 2007:
Review of "Shadows" issue in the Boston Globe
January 25, 2007:
Cabinet brings some miracle fruit to the meeting of
the Athanasius Kircher Society and the Gothamist takes a bite
December 31, 2006:
Swedish-Finnish Helsinki-based daily Hufvudstadsbladet reviews Cabinet's new book "Ilf
and Petrov's American Road Trip" (warning: in Swedish!)
Cabinet editor-in-chief Sina Najafi
December 23, 2006:
Stockholm-based newspaper Dagens
Nyheter bites into our Fruits issue and likes it (warning: in Swedish!)
December 12, 2006:
Magazine reviews "Ilf and Petrov's American Road Trip"
Dispatch weighs in on "Ilf and Petrov's American Road Trip"
December 3, 2006:
New York Times Book Review recommends "Presidential Doodles" for its Christmas
Cabinet nominated for "Best
Writing" in Utne's Independent Press Awards
The Utne Reader reprints Mark Dery’s “In Search of Ancient Astronauts: A Requiem for the Space Age,” from issue 18
November 20, 2006:
Oregonian reviews "Presidential Doodles"
London's Sunday Times
magazine gives many pages over to cover "Presidential Doodles"
November 5, 2006:
Sina Najafi and Sasha Archibald of Cabinet are
interviewed on CBS Morning News about Cabinet's new
book "Presidential Doodles," along with David Greenberg, contracted by Cabinet to write
the intro and captions for the book
WWD Scoop on Presidential Doodles
October 31, 2006:
Tempest reviews Cabinet
Two on one day! USA Today
also reviews "Presidential Doodles"
October 19, 2006:
USA Today reviews "Ilf and Petrov's American
October 13, 2006:
"Ilf and Petrov's American
Road Trip" catches the attention of Pilastered.com
"Presidential Doodles" recommended by The Village Voice
October 8, 2006:
Cabinet's new book "Presidential Doodles"
gets full coverage in The Washington Post Book
Harper's reprints an edited version of Shimon
Naveh's contribution to Cabinet's "Insecurity" issue
A starred review of "Ilf and Petrov's American Road Trip" in the
October 2006 issue of Booklist
Metro on "Presidential Doodles"
Culture & Travel on "Ilf and
Petrov's American Road Trip"
September 24, 2006:
Article by David Greenberg, contracted by Cabinet to write the text for its new book on
"Presidential Doodles," writes an article on doodles for the Los Angeles Times
September 22, 2006:
Even WFMU likes "Presidential Doodles"
September 22, 2006:
News on Cabinet's "Presidential Doodles"
NPR on "Presidential
September 21, 2006:
Presidential Doodles is on the front
page of Yahoo!
Post-Intelligencer on "Presidential Doodles"
AOL Books loves
September 16, 2006:
"Presidential Doodles" makes the front page of
September 14 & 20, 2006:
Wonkette looks at "Presidential Doodles"
The Atlantic Monthly gets first serial rights
to "Presidential Doodles"
August 28, 2006:
The Atlantic online interviews Cabinet
editor-in-chief Sina Najafi about "Presidential Doodles" and Cabinet
August 25, 2006:
Senator George Allen featured in the Washington Post reading "Presidential
August 21, 2006:
Stockholm-based daily Dagens Nyheter reviews Cabinet's issue on
Cabinet submits to
some very personal questions in Frieze
June 12, 2006:
Cabinet's "Iron Artist" event at PS1
is covered (shoddily) on NPR.
June 12, 2006:
Iron Artist in The New York Times
June 12, 2006:
Iron Artist in The New York Magazine
Iron Artist in Time Out New
June 3, 2006:
The Guardian reviews Cabinet in its Guardian Unlimited section
Ruination conference in Time Out New York
February 4, 2006:
Chilean newspaper Que
Pasa profiles Cabinet
Cabinet reviewed in
"Odd Lots" exhibition reviewed in Frieze
Feature article on "Odd Lots" exhibition in Art in America
Cabinetlandia appraised in New Mexico Magazine
December 29, 2005 - January 4, 2006:
"Odd Lots" picked as one
of the best exhibitions of 2005 by Time Out New
Cabinet feature on crocheted
hyperbolic space is discussed in The Wheel
December 25, 2005:
Michael Kimmelman's highs and lows of 2005 notes Cabinet's Gordon Matta-Clark exhibit at the Queens Museum and White Columns
"Odd Lots" reviewed in Art News
"Odd Lots" reviewed in Art Nexus
Shelley Jackson's "Skin" project launched in Cabinet no. 11 is
discussed in The Believer
November 24-30, 2005:
Cabinet's 2006 limited editions endorsed (!) by
Time Out New York
Cabinet is nominated for a 2005 Utne Independent Press Award
Item from Cabinet no. 18 reprinted in Harper's
"Odd Lots" reviewed in Modern Painters
September 29–October 5, 2005:
"Odd Lots" reviewed in Time Out New York
September 12, 2005:
"Odd Lots" is given a promotional push by
New York Magazine
September 9, 2005:
"Odd Lots" is featured in an article on
the cover of the Arts section of The New York
September 8–14, 2005:
Lots" gets a medal in Time Out New York
"Odd Lots" is pushed as a
possibly excellent show in Artforum
Crocheted hyperbolics from cabinet no. 16
mentioned in American Craft
Cabinet's editor-in-chief ends up in NYU Alumni Magazine
Roger Andersson's ABC book, published by Cabinet, finds some supporters at
The New York Times Style Magazine
July 21, 2005:
Hill notes the acquisition of the Presidential Doodles book by Basic Books
July 15, 2005:
States" issue is given a very sympathetic mention by Roberta Smith at The New York Times
June 23, 2005:
Article about "The Summit: A General Assembly with
Representatives of Real and Possible Countries," a Cabinet and New School symposium followed
by a party full of dignitaries to celebrate Cabinet's new issue on "Fictional States" in
The New York Sun.
June 2-8, 2005:
The Truckazine is reviewed in Time Out New York
May 17, 2005:
Article about Cabinet and the Princeton University
symposium "The Perfect Little Magazine" in The New York Sun.
March 13, 2005:
David Henderson and Daina Taimina,
Cornell University's "crocheting mathematicians" interviewed by Margaret Wertheim of the
Institute for Figuring in issue 16 of Cabinet, interviewed on NPR's All Things Considered. The interview resulted from
the joint event that Cabinet and the Institute organized at the Kitchen on February 5, 2005.
March 2, 2005:
Newsday article on the talk that Cabinet and the
Institute for Figuring co-organized at the Kitchen with mathematicians David Henderson and Daina
Taimina from Cornell University on February 5, 2005.
Cabinet noted in Frieze magazine's
review of Put About, a symposium on contemporary independent arts publishing hosted by Tate Modern
Book Works, which organized the
symposium, has just published an interesting symposium companion volume featuring several
never-before-seen, full-color reproductions of ENEMY-issue covers-that-might-have-been.
Painters comes to terms with Roger Andersson's Letters From Mayhem.
February 10, 2005:
The New York Times runs an article about
Cabinet right above the crossword puzzle.
January 15, 2005:
Cabinet's paper sculpture projects discussed in Canada's National Post.
Book Works' Put About: A Critical Anthology includes a roundtable discussion with Cabinet's editors on cover selection
Harper's magazine reprints Bernard
Rudofsky's drawings from Cabinet 15. Produced in 1944, these drawings "simulate X-ray
examinations of the layers upon layers of useless buttons and pockets man considers necessary to
for a 2004 Utne Independent Press award in the
category of "Arts/Creativity Coverage."
Cabinet's Doubles issue (#14), produced in conjunction with Kabinet magazine in St.
Petersburg, is one of 34 "artworks" composing "Flipside," an exhibition
organized by CEC ArtsLink, a generous organization supporting the exhange of artists between the US
and Russia. The exhibition, which took place at Artists Space, New York, between November 11 and
December 18, 2004, was accomapnied by a catalogue.
November 22, 2004:
The Paper Sculpture Book named
"item of the week" by Style.com.
November 18, 2004:
Roger Andersson's Letters From Mayhem lands
a spot in Time Out New York's 2004 Holiday
November 6, 2004:
Danish newspaper Politiken profiles the presidential doodles that appeared in Cabinet no. 14
Danish art magazine Øjeblikket reprints several of the doodles by
US presidents from Cabinet 14. (A Kennedy doodle—"Vietnam Vietnam Vietnam Vietnam" etc.—fills the cover.)
September 12, 2004:
Luc Sante's article on the
color sepia in Cabinet no. 14 is reviewed in the Boston Globe's Ideas section
("Futures") reviewed in Ongoing.
Cabinet seems to have some supporters at Jane
Cabinet's issue on Pharmacopia gets a seriously meticulous review at High Times
Cabinet is reviewed in Poland's Czas
"The Paper Sculpture
Book" is reviewed in Bookforum
November 15, 2003:
Shelley Jackson's "Skin" project,
originally presented in Cabinet issue 11, reviewed in the
November 13, 2003:
The Diverse Works installment
of the Paper Sculpture Show reviewed in the
October 4, 2003:
"The Paper Sculpture
Show" reviewed in Pittsburgh's Post-Gazette.
October 2, 2003:
"The Paper Sculpture Show" as one of the Critics' Picks in Artforum.
Shelley Jackson's "Skin," launched in Cabinet no. 11, is reviewed in Review
An article in the German newspaper Heise on
Jonathan Ames's "Most Phallic Building" contest on the Cabinet site.
September 23, 2003:
Cabinet named "Best Arts Quarterly" for
2003 by New York Press.
The Village Voice notes
Shelley Jackson's "Skin."
September 16, 2003:
article in the print and online versions of
Newsweek on Shelley Jackson's extraordinary project "Skin" launched in Cabinet
"The Paper Sculpture Show" is plugged in
Time Out New York
September 12, 2003:
An article in The New York Times on the
"Paper Sculpture Show." NB: The article misattributes some of the artists' contributions.
A revisionist founding myth for Cabinet written by
editor-in-chief Sina Najafi for the Irish arts magazine Circa. Note: The line about
Cabinet being "one of New York's best-regarded art magazines" was a late addition by the
August 31, 2003:
An article in Newsday
on the "Paper Sculpture Show."
August 28, 2003:
articles in The Queens Chronicle: the first on Cabinet's
Gordon Matta-Clark project from issue 10
August 28, 2003:
the second on
"The Paper Sculpture Show."
An article on
the Erasing Clouds website on the best of the
new print magazine.
July 30, 2003:
A brief article on Page Six of The New York
Post announcing Jonathan Ames's "Most Phallic Building in the World" contest
profiled elsewhere on this site.
An article from the New York Times on Cabinet's Gordon Matta-Clark project
from issue 10 ("Property").
An interview with Sara
Reisman, curator of "Inscribing the Temporal," a show in Vienna which included Cabinet.
John Strasbaugh of New York Press notes
article,"The Acoustics of War,"from Cabinet issue 5.
New York Press names
Cabinet "Best New Arts & Culture Magazine" for 2001.
Wallpaper* says every
good bookshelf ought to have Cabinet.
picks Cabinet as one of its "Best New Magazines of 2000." We don't know why he thinks
we're named after a phonebooth from the British TV series Dr. Who, though. It must be that
awkward metaphor that ran away from us in our only ever attempt at an editorial.