Founded by New York-based artist Erik Wysocan, Halmos has been operating since 2010. It has facilitated new writing and works by numerous artists including Tobias Madison, Dexter Sinister, Mark von Schlegell, Ed Atkins, Tauba Auerbach and many others. It’s most resent book, The Machine Stops, will be released this spring with writings by Julieta Aranada, Fia Backström, R. Lyon, Ed Atkins, Ian Cheng, Melanie Gilligan, Tobias Madison, Pedro Neves Marques, Jeff Nagy, Rachel Rose, Bea Schlingelhoff and Mariana Silva. Past publications include: Société Populaire, D.A.F. de Sade (2012) with contributions by Paul Chan, Claire Fontaine, Gareth James, Sam Lewitt, Pratchaya Phinthong, Pamela Rosenkranz, John Russell, and Antek Walczak, ed. Erik Wysocan, trans. Robin Mackay; and Memoirs of the Twentieth Century by Samuel Madden; Prevision, Should the Future Help the Past? 2010 by Liam Gillick. Halmos projects have manifested nationally and internationally, at locations including the Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius (2014); Artists Space (2014); ICA, Philadelphia (2013); Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York (2012); and Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp (2012).