Category Archives: Back Issues

aj_springsummer2010

Spring—Summer 2010, Vol. 69, No. 1—2

In This Issue Katy Siegel, Love Unbound by Time, 5 Features Kerry James Marshall, On the Stroll, Inside Covers Hannah B Higgins, Love’s Labor’s Lost and Found: A Meditation on Fluxus, Family, and Somethings Else. 8 P. Adams Sitney, Kate

aj_springsummer2010

Spring—Summer 2010, Vol. 69, No. 1—2

In This Issue Katy Siegel, Love Unbound by Time, 5 Features Kerry James Marshall, On the Stroll, Inside Covers Hannah B Higgins, Love’s Labor’s Lost and Found: A Meditation on Fluxus, Family, and Somethings Else. 8 P. Adams Sitney, Kate

aj_winter2009

Winter 2009, Vol. 68, No. 4

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, The Shape of Time, 5 Features Qadri Ismail, Bound Together: On a Book of Antiwar Sri Lankan Drawings, 6 Nissim Gal. Bare Life: The Refugee in Contemporary Israeli Art and Critical Discourse, 24 Artists’

aj_winter2009

Winter 2009, Vol. 68, No. 4

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, The Shape of Time, 5 Features Qadri Ismail, Bound Together: On a Book of Antiwar Sri Lankan Drawings, 6 Nissim Gal. Bare Life: The Refugee in Contemporary Israeli Art and Critical Discourse, 24 Artists’

aj_fall2009

Fall 2009, Vol. 68, No. 3

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, Models and Propositions, 5 Features Hajime Nakatani, Imperious Griffonage: Xu Bing and the Graphic Regime, 6 Seth McCormick, Reiko Tomii, Hiroko Ikegami, Jeffrey Wechsler, and Midori Yoshimoto, with a response by Alexandra Munroe, Exhibition

aj_fall2009

Fall 2009, Vol. 68, No. 3

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, Models and Propositions, 5 Features Hajime Nakatani, Imperious Griffonage: Xu Bing and the Graphic Regime, 6 Seth McCormick, Reiko Tomii, Hiroko Ikegami, Jeffrey Wechsler, and Midori Yoshimoto, with a response by Alexandra Munroe, Exhibition

aj_summer2009

Summer 2009, Vol. 68, No. 2

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, Marking, 5 Features Juliet Bellow, Fashioning Cléopâtre: Sonia Delaunay’s New Woman, 6 Nell Andrew, Living Art: Akarova and the Belgian Avant-Garde, 26 Kate Elswit, Accessing Unison in the Age of Its Mechanical Reproducibility, 50

aj_summer2009

Summer 2009, Vol. 68, No. 2

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, Marking, 5 Features Juliet Bellow, Fashioning Cléopâtre: Sonia Delaunay’s New Woman, 6 Nell Andrew, Living Art: Akarova and the Belgian Avant-Garde, 26 Kate Elswit, Accessing Unison in the Age of Its Mechanical Reproducibility, 50

Art Journal Spring 2008

Spring 2008, Vol. 67, No. 1

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, The Science of the Concrete, 5 Artist’s Project Lane Relyea, Debris and Immobility, 6 Heather Mekkelson, Debris Field, 9 Forum: Assemblage and Bricolage Julia Kelly, The Anthropology of Assemblage, 24 Anna Dezeuze, Assemblage, Bricolage,

Art Journal Spring 2008

Spring 2008, Vol. 67, No. 1

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, The Science of the Concrete, 5 Artist’s Project Lane Relyea, Debris and Immobility, 6 Heather Mekkelson, Debris Field, 9 Forum: Assemblage and Bricolage Julia Kelly, The Anthropology of Assemblage, 24 Anna Dezeuze, Assemblage, Bricolage,

Art Journal Summer 2008

Summer 2008, Vol. 67, No. 2

In This Issue Judith F. RodenbeckMaterial Experience, 5 Features Kymberly N. Pinder, Unbaled: An Interview with Shinique Smith, 6 Paula Birnbaum, Elaine Reichek: Pixels, Bytes, and Stitches, 18 Laura Leffler James, Convergence: History, Materials, and the Human Hand—An Interview with

Art Journal Summer 2008

Summer 2008, Vol. 67, No. 2

In This Issue Judith F. RodenbeckMaterial Experience, 5 Features Kymberly N. Pinder, Unbaled: An Interview with Shinique Smith, 6 Paula Birnbaum, Elaine Reichek: Pixels, Bytes, and Stitches, 18 Laura Leffler James, Convergence: History, Materials, and the Human Hand—An Interview with

aj_winter2008

Winter 2008, Vol. 67, No. 4

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, Notes on Parrhesia, 5 Forum: I’ll Be Your Mirror, or Why and How Do We Work on Living Artists Suzanne Hudson, Why and How Do We Work on Living Artists, 8 Agnes Berecz, Painting

aj_winter2008

Winter 2008, Vol. 67, No. 4

In This Issue Judith F. Rodenbeck, Notes on Parrhesia, 5 Forum: I’ll Be Your Mirror, or Why and How Do We Work on Living Artists Suzanne Hudson, Why and How Do We Work on Living Artists, 8 Agnes Berecz, Painting