Gavin Murphy & Mark Cullen (Eds.)
Part how-to manual, part history, part sociopolitical critique, Artist-Run Europe looks at the conditions, the organizational models, and the role of artist-led practice within contemporary art and society. It shows how artist-run practice manifests itself; how artist-run spaces are a distinctive part of visual art culture; and how they present a complex, heterogeneous and necessary set of alternatives to larger or more commercial institutions. How are artist-run spaces organized? How is value ascribed to these often transitory practices, and is this value recognized within the field? What do artist-run spaces add to the ecology of the civil society? Questions such as these are addressed by contributors including Jason E. Bowman, AA Bronson, Noelle Collins, Valerie Connor, Joanna Laws, Freek Lomme, Megs Morley, Gavin Wade and Katherine Waugh. Edited by artists/curators Gavin Murphy and Mark Cullen, this softcover book contains an expansive and detailed index of artist-run spaces in Europe.
6 ½ x 9 ¼ in. / 204 pp / 77 color
Retail Price: $30.00
Geoff Cox & Jacob Lund
Geoff Cox & Jacob Lund (Eds.)
What do we mean when we say that something is contemporary? And what should the designator “contemporary art” refer to? What constitutes the present present or the contemporary contemporary? Introductory Thoughts on Contemporaneity and Contemporary Art, the first book in the Contemporary Condition series, introduces key issues concerning contemporaneity as a defining condition of our historical present and calls for a deep rethinking of the structures of temporalization.
4 ¾ x 7 ½ in. / 48 pp
Retail Price: $12.00
AARHUS UNIVERSITY, DENMARK
AROS ART MUSEUM, DENMARK