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PUBLIC 49: Trauma

Paula M. Gardner and Charles Reeve
19 × 24 × 0.7 cm

PUBLIC 49: Trauma, edited by Paula M. Gardner and Charles Reeve

PUBLIC is beautifully designed peer-reviewed journal based in Toronto. Founded in 1988 by the Public Access Collective, it exists as an intellectual and creative forum that focuses on how theoretical, and critical issues intersect with art and visual culture. Each issue’s editors explore a contemporary theme by bringing together a unique assemblage of art projects with writing by scholars, curators, and artists. Book and exhibition reviews are also included in each issue.

The Public Access Collective is a charitable non-profit organization. Its evolving membership has been curating and producing urban interventions, speaker series and artist talks for over 20 years.

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