In the first entry in a series of contributions, Hannah Star Rogers convenes reflections from Leena Valkeapää, Saara Hannula, and Erich Berger on the 2018 convening of the Helsinki-based Bioart Society.
Three decades into the long culture wars, how are artists, scholars, and cultural organizations navigating shifting political, community, and financial tides? Art Journal Open presents a collection of responses to this pressing question from twenty-three artists, curators, scholars, writers, and cultural workers, with an introduction from Sarah Kanouse.
Dushko Petrovich leads a series of conversations about the tensions and processes of art publication, speaking to the parties involved with, and implicated by, Steven Nelson’s two-part Hyperallergic essay of June 2018.
Risham Majeed reflects on the current exhibition Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination at The Met Cloisters, looking at how the disjunctions of architecture, costumery, and religious iconography “join to create cohesive desires, unmoored from historical boundedness.”
Sarah Kanouse, Jeremy Liu, Catherine Morris, and Mimi Thi Nguyen seek 500-word responses from communities of art-making, scholarship, and exhibition practice regarding public funding for the arts in an environment of heightened scarcity and competitiveness.
By Ace Lehner
Ace Lehner shares their reading list with Art Journal Open.
An update from Temporary Collectives, a dynamic intercollegiate graduate project involving professors and students from six universities in North Texas.
An update from Voices in Contemporary Art (VoCA) on the most recent issue of VoCA Journal.
By Alexandra Nitschke
Alexandra Nitschke shares what she’s reading with Art Journal Open.
By Lynn M. Somers
Lynn M. Somers shares her reading list in this new installment of Art Journal Open’s Bookshelf.
By Elise Dodeles
In this new installment of Art Journal Open’s Bookshelf, Elise Dodeles shares what she’s reading.
By Lisa Pon
Lisa Pon shares her reading list in this new installment of Art Journal Open’s Bookshelf.
By Chelsea Spengemann
Chelsea Spengemann on the Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon held at the Museum of Modern Art on March 5, 2016.
For this new installment of Art Journal Open Bookshelf, Jongwoo Jeremy Kim shares his reading list.
Christopher Reed shares what he’s reading in this new installment of Art Journal Open’s Bookshelf series.
European Postwar and Contemporary Art Forum shares a News & Notes update on their recent activities.
Derek Conrad Murray shares his reading list in this week’s Art Journal Open Bookshelf.
The newest installment of News & Notes is a report on the Society of Contemporary Art Historians.
In the newest installment of Art Journal Open’s Bookshelf project, Suzanne Preston Blier shares what she’s been reading.
Lareese Hall shares her “work” and “life” bookshelves in this installment of Art Journal Open’s Bookshelf series.
Art Journal Open’s News & Notes section launches with an update from Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology.
Paul A. Ranogajec shares his reading list in this installment of Art Journal Open’s Bookshelf series.
Judith Rodenbeck shares her summer reading in the newest installment of Art Journal Open’s Bookshelf series.
In this week’s Bookshelf, Matthew Israel shares what he’s reading.
Steven Nelson shares what’s on his bookshelf.
Megan A. Sullivan shares her summer reading list in this week’s Bookshelf.
For the newest installment of Art Journal Open’s Bookshelf series, artist Lenore Chinn shares the books on her shelf.
For the first in Art Journal Open’s new Bookshelf series, Rebecca M. Brown shares what’s on her reading list.