This exhibition catalog asks some absorbing questions that go to the heart of today s art world: What happens at an exhibition when none of the participating artists are named? Or the curator remains anonymous? Or the artworks liberate themselves from the question of authorship? Readers can sharpen their wits and ponder ideas about copyright, authorship, selection of works for institutions, the art market and the financial well-being of artists themselves, with the help of an interview with uber-curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and contributions (in English and German, but not anonymous) from Stephan Heidenreich, April Lamm and Eckhart Nickel. The book itself is conceived as a collector s item, cataloging the possibilities of anonymity in today’s celebrity-obsessed world.