The future of Art History in the wake of Globalism

Art Press Release from Australia. Published by Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon on Tuesday 29 September 2009.

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This timely double-issue of the Journal asks what forms art history will take in the future, in the wake of globalism. It features contributions by Okwui Enwezor, Nakamura Kazue, Darren Jorgensen, Jan Baetens, John

Clark, Alexander Alberro, Huw Hallam, Jennifer A. McMahon, Catherine Speck and Georgina Downey, Rex Butler and A. D. S. Donaldson, Christina Barton, and Melissa Miles; a forum on the history of the Asia-Pacific Triennial; projects by artists Michael Stevenson and Mladen Bizumic; and book reviews.

The Journal is Australasia’s principal refereed art-history journal. It is published by the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand – Australasia’s professional body for art historians – and the IMA.

HOW TO ORDER The Journal retails at $20. If you are in Australia, we will send you a post-free copy if you order directly from us. INDIVIDUALS: Post a cheque (Book Orders, PO Box 2176, Fortitude Valley BC QLD 4006) or phone through your credit-card details (7 3252 5750). ORGANISATIONS: Fax your order form (7 3252 5072), or email your address (ima@ima.org.au) and we’ll invoice you. SPECIAL OFFER: For $5 more we’ll throw in a copy of the previous issue, Post-Medium. TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE JOURNAL: email the Art Association (Carolyn.Wood-roe@uts.edu.au).