ARTMargins Print has released its new issue, 2:3 (October 2013): Daniel R. Quiles (Chicago) examines Argentine artist David Lamelas' Publication (1970) ("My Reference is Prejudiced: David Lamelas’s Publication"). Stephanie Schwartz (London) considers Paul Strand's work in film as a reflection on the artist's photography, and vice versa. Magda Radu (Bucharest) examines Romanian artist Horia Bernea before the background of conceptual tendencies in Romanian postwar art. In the Document section, Osvaldo de la Torre presents his translation of an excerpt from Ronald Kay’s influential book On Photography: Time Split in Two, which was first published in Chile in 1980. Andrew Stefan Weiner (Oakland/CA) reviews Immanence and Infidelity: Fifteen Ways to Leave Badiou. Artist project: in an exclusive artist project and fold-out section, Melbourne-based Tom Nicholson reflects on conceptual monuments to Palestine.