People of Print features Badlands
Anna Chayasatit writes about Badlands for People of Print. She notes, "Based in New York, Badlands Unlimited have grown in conjunction with the growing array of digital devices whilst aesthetic and editorial values as well as ethical standards still lie at the core of the company’s principles. They position themselves as an experimental platform for artists and writers to publish innovative contents via publications with emphases on contemporary art and culture Quirky, unconventional titles include an English translation of essays by Saddam Hussein called ‘On Democracy’, a series of unpublished conversations with Marcel Duchamp by Calvin Tomkins, a New Yorker’s art critic, and ‘Think Like Clouds’, a book of drawings by art historian, critic and curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist, also known as a co-director of the prestigious Serpentine Gallery." Read the rest at People of Print.