A new memorial project in Budapest, Memory of Rape in Wartimes: Women as Victims of Sexual Violence, will commemorate female victims of wartime rape, while establishing a culture of dialogue around rape and violence in Hungarian society and the region. Initiated by the General Assembly of Budapest in January 2020 and to be completed in 2023, the project goes against the grain of the practices of the current Hungarian government’s illiberal system of erecting nationalist monuments and statues without public input, through an open, democratic process that includes artists, historians, scholars, an international jury, and representatives from public institutions. … Read more
NEW: ARTMargins Print 11:1-2
ARTMargins Print is pleased to announce the publication of the Volume 11, Issue 1-2.
This double issue of ARTMargins consists of two sections. First comes a special issue, edited by Sven Spieker and Tom Holert (“The Heresy of Didactic Art”), followed by a section where we offer four new research articles on topics aligned with other editorial priorities.
ARTMargins Print: Vol 11, Iss 1-2
The Heresy of Didactic Art — by Spieker S, Holert T.
14 Jun, 2022
In The Vortex of Institutional Lives — by Krauss A, Thajib F.
13 Jun, 2022
Scenes of Access, Politics of Difference — by Karambeigi P.
12 Jun, 2022
12 Jun, 2022
11 Jun, 2022
Miklós Erdély, Ernst Bloch, Kurt Gödel, and Hidden Green — by Hornyik S.
10 Jun, 2022
Hidden Green by Miklós Erdély — by Bartholyì E, Orbán K.
9 Jun, 2022
The Notebook — by García D.
8 Jun, 2022
From The Editors — by
7 Jun, 2022
6 Jun, 2022
4 Jun, 2022
Reassessing Moscow Conceptualism: The View from the Nest — by Nicholas MA.
3 Jun, 2022
Photography Against Reproduction: Željko Jerman’s My Year, 1977 — by Rounthwaite A.
2 Jun, 2022
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