Whitechapel: Documents of Contemporary Art is a series of anthologies. Each volume focuses on a specific theme or subject that has been a major influence in contemporary art. Each subject is edited by a different critic, curator, scholar or artist who provides texts by voices from different fields, defining the specific theme of the volume.
MIT Press, in combination with Whitechapel Gallery, has already published over 30 volumes with subjects such as Colour, The Archive, Chance, Documentary, Nature, Sound, and Appropriation. Any reader interested in art will get a lot out of these books, not only students and professionals in the field. Later this year the series will expand with Sexuality and Exhibition.
Personally, I think this is an excellent series of theory books that deserves a wide audience.