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Spring/Summer 2017, Volume 43

Issue 43 of Afterall reflects on artistic practices that challenge the legacies of colonialism. Looking at the work of Chimurenga, Lubaina Himid, and Duane Linklater, among others, contributions ask how artists can create self-initiated structures that dispute the politics of inclusion and exclusion. Essays consider human-animal relationships within indigenous cultures and the first pan-African festival held in Dakar in 1966.

144 pages | 80 color plates | 7 1/2 x 12 | © 2017


Art: Art Criticism, Art--General Studies

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