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Ursula is the art magazine of Hauser & Wirth, featuring essays, profiles, films, interviews, original portfolios, and photography by some of the most thought-provoking writers and artists in the world.

Ursula: Issue 1

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The inaugural issue of Ursula features contributions from writer Luc Sante (Low Life, The Factory of Facts, The Other Paris), a frequent contributor to The New York Review of Books who explores the under-traveled history of Surrealism in Belgium, his homeland; Robin Coste Lewis, the National-Book-Award-winning poet and poet laureate of Los Angeles, who has written a new poem in response to a sculpture by Jack Whitten; Alissa Bennett, whose pop-culture literary zines have built a cult following and who, in a new essay, explores the nature of wealth, tragedy, and personal obsession; and Pipilotti Rist, whose recipe for homemade Japanese pickles is the first of many recipes planned for the pages of future issues.


English, Softcover


230 x 305 mm


128 pages

Publication Date

Autumn/Winter 2016


Featured in this issue

Making Doors

Linda Goode Bryant in conversation with Senga Nengudi

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Angry Birds

A conversation with Ida Applebroog

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Repetition Compulsion

Alissa Bennet on Dominick Dunne and Baroness Marion Lambert

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Mother Church Number Ten

A homage to Jack Whitten, by Robin Coste Lewis

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