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17 Lost Art Exhibitions

Jack Persekian documents a global pattern of loss for Palestinian art

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44 Tonnes

Clare Butcher on reconstructing the histories of the dehistoricised

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AAA's Collection: Exhibition Catalogues and Monographs

Visualisations of data about AAA's Collection

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ArtBubbles: Field Notes Edition

Petko Dourmana's smart phone app reveals the art world's Eurocentric bent

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Elision, Excess, Parody, Disavowal: Justine Frank in the Museum

Roee Rosen discusses the challenge of allowing fiction to overwhelm through its excess

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In Defence of the Art Mall

Seth Denizen explores the art in art malls and competing claims to public spaces

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Notes from the Field: Navigating the Afterlife of The Other Story

Rasheed Araeen's critical challenge to art historical narratives through art curation

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Privatising Public Space: Times Square Incidents in Hong Kong

A timeline of events

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Publics, Histories, Value: The Changing Stakes of Exhibitions

Note from the Editors

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Resemble Reassemble

Rashid Rana complicates the curatorial framing of exhibitions

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Sites of Construction and Political Dissent: Central Asia Pavilions in Venice 2005–2013

Georgy Mamedov provides a critical overview of the politico-economical context of Central Asian art history

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The Armory Show Focus Group

An installation that plays with the relationship between market forces and artistic production

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The Problems of Digital Utopia: Young Hae-Chang Heavy Industries on the Web

Ahyoung Yoo discusses the playful masking and unmasking of potential digital utopias

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The Unsettled Pleasures of Viewing: Exhibition as a Meeting Point Between Our Bodies and Artwork

Biljana Ciric discusses images as intimate, fragmented readings of exhibition experiences