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Open Editions / Hordaland Art Centre publish

Open Editions / Hordaland Art Centre publish

Open Editions (London) and Hordaland Art Centre (Bergen) are pleased to announce the publication of the third book in the Occasional Table series: Self-Organised. Edited by Stine Hebert and Anne Szefer Karlsen, this title follows the critically acclaimed anthologies, Curating Subjects and Curating and the Educational Turn. The current economic situation and society’s low confidence […]

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art publishes A Handbook of California Design, 1930–1965: Craftspeople, Designers, Manufacturers

Los Angeles County Museum of Art publishes A Handbook of California Design, 1930–1965: Craftspeople, Designers, Manufacturers

Mid-twentieth-century California offered fertile ground for design innovations. The state’s reputation as a land of unlimited opportunity, its many institutions of higher learning, and its perpetually booming population created conditions that allowed designers and craftspeople to flourish. They found an eager market among educated and newly affluent Californians, and their products shaped the material culture […]

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Irish Museum of Modern Art Publishes The Moderns: Exhibition Book

Irish Museum of Modern Art Publishes The Moderns: Exhibition Book

Irish artists and writers have played a fascinating role in the story of modernism, and The Moderns traces this by bringing together exceptional examples of painting and sculpture, photography, film, architecture, literature, music and design, of Irish significance, in an exploration of the development of modern Ireland through its arts in the period from the […]

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IUAV University of Venice, Faculty of Arts and Design Announce Book Launch: Agonistic Academies

IUAV University of Venice, Faculty of Arts and Design Announce Book Launch: Agonistic Academies

The concept of artistic research has raised many questions during the past decade accompanied by intense and heated debates. What form of research could the domain of visual art produce? Do the rhetorics of the concept of research include novel practices or does research rather exclude and/or marginalize certain practices? Could the dual pair of […]

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