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2023, Issue 55/56

The newest issue from the triannual journal of art history and theory.

Established in 1998, Afterall is a journal of contemporary art that provides an in-depth analysis of art and its social, political, and philosophical contexts. Each issue provides the reader with well-researched contributions that discuss each artist’s work from different perspectives. Contextual essays and other texts discussing events, works, or exhibitions further develop the thematic focus of each issue.

The volume will include contributions on Jonathas de Andrade (Filipa Ramos in conversation with Nav Haq), Rosana Paulino (Amanda Carneiro), Richard Mosse (Ailton Krenak in conversation with Charles Stankievech); contributions from Felix Kalmenson, “Between Mean Time”; Lotte Arndt, “On the Lubumbashi Biennale”; Stephanie Bailey on Sin Wai Kin; Corina L. Apostol on “Botanical Entanglements, Women’s Emancipation, and Coloniality”; and Adeena Mey on “The Politics of the Forest and Land in Cambodian Contemporary Art”; an Artist’s Insert from Marwa Arsanios; and more.

175 pages | illustrated in color throughout | 7 1/2 x 11 3/4


Art: Art Criticism, Art--General Studies

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