Afterall, a journal of art, context and enquiry, offers in-depth considerations of the work of contemporary artists along with essays that broaden how to understand it. Issue 29 looks at the artistic economy and the different means that artists have of approaching the economy as opposed to the market. Essays include examinations of Eugenio Dittborn’s channelling of modes of distribution, Moyra Davey’s investigations into value, Dierck Schmidt’s political and economic histories, R. Kelly's hip-hopera, Trapped in the Closet, and the Chinese exhibition, “This Useful Life.”
|Publisher:||University of Chicago Press Journals|
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About the Author
Nuria Enguita Mayo is coeditor of Afterall and part of the program arteypensamiento at the Universidad Internacional de Andalucía and of the curatorial team for the next Encuentro de Medellín 2011. Melissa Gronlund is managing editor of Afterall and Afterall online. She teaches at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford. Pablo Lafuente is managing editor of Afterall Books and One Work Series and coeditor of Afterall and Afterall Books, Exhibition Histories Series. He is also associate curator at the Office for Contemporary Art Norway. Dieter Roelstraete is coeditor of Afterall; a curator at MHKA, Antwerp; and a writer currently based in Berlin.