Art Journal Spring 2007

Art Journal Spring 2007

Volume 66, Issue 1
Journal: Art Journal

The Spring 2007 issue of Art Journal

Title information

The Exquisite and Urgent Importance of Art| Words of Art: The Puzzling Work of Matthew Gehring| Visions, Valves, and Vestiges: The Curdled Victories of the Bienal de La Habana| Once More … with Feeling: Reenactment in Contemporary Art and Culture| Publishing Art: Alternative Distribution in Print| Re-member the Audience: Adrian Piper's Mythic Being Advertisements| Trueblack| Colab Takes a Piece, History Takes It Back: Collectivity and New York Alternative Spaces| Slop Art co-laborers Adriane Herman and Brian Reeves, with Rent-an-Art- Historian's Chris Thompson, PhD Special Corporate Self-Aggrandizement Section| Interview with Seth Price| Excerpts from Title Variable| Emerging Issues in Contemporary Design: A Roundtable| 555-1171: Cover for Art Journal by Sarah Oppenheimer| Reviews

Pages: 120
Publisher: College Art Association
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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.