Art Journal 2011

Art Journal 2011

The mission of Art Journal, founded in 1941, is to provide a forum for scholarship and visual exploration in the visual arts; to be a unique voice in the field as a peer-reviewed, professionally mediated forum for the arts; to operate in the spaces between commercial publishing, academic presses, and artist presses; to be pedagogically useful by making links between theoretical issues and their use in teaching at the college and university levels; to explore relationships among diverse forms of art practice and production, as well as among art making, art history, visual studies, theory, and criticism; to give voice and publication opportunity to artists, art historians, and other writers in the arts; to be responsive to issues of the moment in the arts, both nationally and globally; to focus on topics related to twentieth- and twenty-first-century concerns; to promote dialogue and debate. The journal, which welcomes submissions from authors and artists worldwide and at every career stage, is published four times a year in spring, summer, autumn, and winter by the College Art Association.

Series information

Art Journal Spring 2011

Artist's Project| Race to the Finish| Every Shiny Object Wants an Infant Who Will Love It| Charles and Ray Eames in India| A Project| City of Degenerate Angels: Wallace Berman, Jazz, and Semina in Postwar Los Angeles| Drawing is the New Painting| Reviews

Art Journal Summer 2011

A Note on the Time| Making Time| Art without History? Southeast Asian Artists and Their Communities in the Face of Geography| Free Time: An Introduction| To Rescue Time from Photography| Museum Time: Joe Scanlan Talks with Pierre Huyghe| Obsessive-Compulsive Daydreaming| Afterthoughts on Engaged Art Practice: ATSA and the State of Emergency| Art & Soul: An Experimental Friendship between the Street and a Museum| Guerrilla Girls and Guerrilla Girls BroadBand: Inside Story| The Guerrilla Girls' Reckoning| Reviews

Art Journal Fall 2011

Reconstruction| A Sidelong Glance: The Practice of African Diaspora Art History in the United States| Introduction| Getting it Right … Zooming Closer| Performing Time| The Not-Event| Memory is Not Transparent| On Performance Forensics: The Political Economy of Reenactments| Canary in the Coal Mine| To Make Time Appear| Experimentation and Tradition: The Avant-Garde Play: Pierrot Lunaire by Jikken Kōbō and Takechi Tetsuji| Take it to the Air: Radio as Public Art| Reviews| Letters

Art Journal Winter 2011

In Print| Print People: A Brief Taxonomy of Contemporary Printmaking| “Enter for Free”: Exhibiting Woodcuts on a Street Corner in Mexico City| The Binder and the Server| Fortified Images for the Masses| Store as Cunt| Reviews| A Connoisseurship of Metaphor