Journal of Curatorial Studies 8.2 is now available
Wednesday, January 08, 2020

Journal of Curatorial Studies 8.2 is now available

Intellect is delighted to announce that the Journal of Curatorial Studies 8.2 is now available!


Special Issue: 'Restaging Exhibitions' 


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Aims & Scope


The Journal of Curatorial Studies is an international, peer-reviewed publication that explores the cultural functioning of curating and its relation to exhibitions, institutions, audiences, aesthetics and display culture. As a critical and responsive forum for debate in the emerging field of curatorial studies, the journal fosters scholarship in the theory, practice and history of curating, as well as that of exhibitions and display culture in general.


Issue 8.2


Restaging Exhibitions 


Guest Editorial


Restaging Exhibitions 

Jane Chin Davidson and Nicola Foster 




Restaging Feminism: The Activist Retrospective 



Aesthetic Dynamics, Inc. Presents: Afro-American Images 1971 



Riffing the Canon: The Pictures Generation and Racial Bias 



Restaging Origin, Restaging Difference: Restaging Harald Szeemann’s Work 



Exhibition Reviews


Marysia Lewandowska, It’s About Time / Era Ora 

Paula López Zambrano


Emma Hart, Banger 

Ruth Ezra


Fecal Matter

Mattia Zylak 


Book Reviews


Haunted Data: Affect, Transmedia, Weird Science, Lisa Blackman 

Cristina Albu 


The Art Happens Here: Net Art Anthology, Michael Connor, Aria Dean and Dragan Espenschied (Eds) 

Shauna Jean Doherty


Curatopia: Museums and the Future of Curatorship, Philipp Schorch and Conal McCarthy (Eds) 

Chloe Geoghegan


Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating, Maura Reilly 

Lisa Bouraly


The Transhistorical Museum: Mapping the Field, Eva Wittocx, Ann Demeester, Peter Carpreau, Melanie Bühler and Xander Karskens (Eds) 

William Brereton


Nazi Exhibition Design and Modernism, Michael Tymkiw 

Laura Moure Cecchini


The Art of Curating: Paul J. Sachs and the Museum Course at Harvard, Sally Anne Duncan and Andrew McClellan 

Erika Ashley Couto


Introduction to Bulgarian Contemporary Art 1982–2015, Vessela Nozharova 

Carolina Lio 


The Work of Wind: Land, Christine Shaw and Etienne Turpin (Eds) 

Stephanie Springgay