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Editors: Sven Spieker (Los Angeles); Susan Snodgrass (Chicago)

CORRESPONDING EDITOR: Natascha Drubek (Berlin)

ART DIRECTION & IT SUPPORT: Russ Coon (Los Angeles)

EDITORIAL INTERNS: Alyssa Creaser (Santa Barbara)

Technical intern: Kate E. Edwards (Santa Barbara)

FORMER INTERNS: Melissa Ghafarian (technical), Margaret Drew (editorial), Nathan Bays (editorial), Mark Cheng (technical), Lisa Wetzmueller (editorial), Mark Hawkins (technical), Idoh Gersten (technical), Lisa Blanco (editorial), Shelly Choi (technical), Thomas Chun (technical), Daniel Novak (editorial), Melissa Amy Kerl (editorial), Anahi C. Santillam (editorial), Katie Reynolds (editorial), Tricia Aoki (editorial), Jean Cihigoyenetche (editorial), Julia Gibson (editorial), Alissa Koller (editorial), Brandy N. Deminna (editorial), Luke Fidler (editorial, Reed College), Rosemary McGuiness (editorial), Laura Boyd (editorial), Julia Spohn (editorial), Nevada Ryan (editorial), Katherine Brown (editorial), Stephanie Telavera (editorial), Jessica Draven (editorial), Arabella Alamed (editorial)

former SENIOR EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Eli Evans, Rosie McGuiness, Maria Corrigan, Ana Mitrovici

FORMER managing editors: Jeen Yu, David Vazquez, Sarah Gerend, Rebecca Mitchell, Elisabeth Swanstrom, Inna Stepanenko, Devin Fromm, Maria Corrigan, Irina Vladi L. Wender, Matt Abrams (book editor), Eli Evans (book editor)

Former it directors: Valorie Smith

 
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ARTMargins Print  has released its new issue, 3.1. (February 2014)!

ArticlesRos Gray (London) considers two art works made in recent years in Angola: the exhibition Lion & Ox, which featured art works by António Ole and Art Orienté objet, and the installation Icarus 13 by Kiluanji Kia Henda ("A Lingering Lusotopia: Thinking the Planetary from Angola"). María Amalia García writes about past disputes between Argentina and Brazil over hegemony in the region and proposes a new approach to Brazilian cultural intervention in Paraguay ("Hegemonies and Models of Cultural Modernization in South America: The Paraguay-Brazil Case"). Focusing on Artur Barrio, Jacques Coursil, and Damián Ortega, Fernanda Negrete discusses the plastic arts' non-dialectical engagement with materiality ("Chaos-monde and the Aesthetics of Depth in Artur Barrio, Jacques Coursil, and Damián Ortega").

In the Document section, we present a stenogram of an artists' meeting that took place in 1951 in Kishinev (as the capital of today's Republic of Moldova was called in those days). The text discloses some of the major issues and challenges faced by the members of this artist organization during the late Stalinist era. (Introduction: Octavian Esanu)

Artist ProjectAzin Feizabadi, "Chronicles from Majnun until Layla."

Review Article: Huw Hallam, "Confronting Globalization." This article reviews Pamela M. Lee's Forgetting the Art World (2012) and TJ Demos's Return to the Postcolony (2013). 

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Letter to the editor regarding Professor Caroline A. Jones's article "Anthropophagy in São Paulo's Cold War", published in ARTMargins,  2:1 and the author's response.

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