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ARTMargins 4.1 has been released!


Check out the new number of ARTMargins (MIT Press), featuring articles and review essays on the cultural politics of Mexican archaeology, and the display of the global in the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale, among others.

ARTMargins 4.1 has been released, including articles and review essays by Luis Castañeda on the cultural politics of Mexican archaeology and Columbia alumnus Esra Akcan on the display of global architecture at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale.

Read ARTMargins 4.1 here.

ARTMargins publishes scholarly articles and essays about contemporary art, politics, media, architecture, and critical theory. ARTMargins studies art practices and visual culture in the emerging global margins, from North Africa and the Middle East to the Americas, Eastern and Western Europe, Asia and Australasia. The journal seeks a forum for scholars, theoreticians, and critics from a variety of disciplines who are interested in postmodernism and post-colonialism, and their critiques; art and politics in transitional countries and regions; post-socialism and neo-liberalism; and the problem of global art and global art history and its methodologies.

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Karen Benezra, « ARTMargins 4.1 has been released! », Blogs, Columbia University | LAIC, Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures (online), published on February 19, 2015. Full URL for this article

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