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The Exhibitionist No. 9

Date
2014
Publisher
MIT Press
Format
Periodicals
Size
19 × 26 × 0.3 cm
Length
84 
Genre
Theory, Contemporary Art, Conversations, Criticism
Description

The Exhibitionist was established in 2009 as a journal by curators, for curators, in which the most pertinent questions on exhibition making today would be considered and assessed. Currently released three times a year and modeled after the iconic French film journal Cahiers du cinéma, the journal is meant to serve a critical role in understanding current curatorial practices through a number of editorial formats focused specifically on the critical and historical importance of exhibitions.

Overture
Jens Hoffmann and Lumi Tan
Monika Szewczyk
Idolizing Twilight
Chen Tamir
Liminal Spaces
Hendrik Folkerts
WACK the Canon!
Inés Katzenstein
Experiencias 68: A Threshold
Lucy Lippard
After a Fashion: The Group Show
Massimiliano Gioni
What I Did Last Summer
Christopher Y. Lew
Workers’ Compensation
Åse Løvgren
More Verbs, Please
Laurel Ptak
Art in the Age of the Norwegian Semi-Social-Democratic-Post-Welfare State
Johanne Nordby
Wernø Love for Labor
Germano Celant
The Territories of Exhibition
Ngahiraka Mason, Fionn Meade, Pablo León de la Barra, Filipa Ramos, María Inés Rodríguez, Syrago Tsiara
Daniel Baumann, Dan Byers, and Tina Kukielski
Considering the 2013 Carnegie International
Jennifer Gross
The Société Anonyme’s Dada Destiny

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