Becoming Our Future: Global Indigenous Curatorial Practice | Author: Julie Nagam
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Becoming Our Future: Global Indigenous Curatorial Practice reflects on international Indigenous methodologies in curatorial practice from the geographic spaces of Canada, Aotearoa (New Zealand) and Australia to assert specific cultural knowledges, protocols and relationships. These knowledges are grounded in continuous international exchanges and draws on the breadth of work within the field.
This volume explores the way Indigenous visual art and culture operates within, and from, a structural framework that is unique to the cultural milieu. Through a selection of contributions by Indigenous curators, artists, and scholars, this book brings together perspectives that define curatorial practices, while simultaneously postulating Indigenous sovereignty and self-determination within the three countries. These compelling essays begin to unearth the connections and historical moments that draw Indigenous curatorial practices together and the differences that set them apart.
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Les Tortures Volontaires (Voluntary Tortures) | Author: Annette Messager
"Beauty knows no pain" is a phrase that, upon closer scrutiny, is shocking and disturbing. The French artist Annette Messager began pursuing this idea in the seventies when she assembled...
Kounellis | Editor: Bruno Corà
Jannis Kounellis (*1936 in Piraeus, Greece) is one of the major figures of Arte Povera. Today he looks back at a career spanning more than fifty years in which his...
Veruschka: From Vera to Veruschka | Author: Johnny Moncada
Capturing the romance and beauty of la dolce vita, this volume features intimate and rare moments of Veruschka, the iconic face of 1960s glamour, from the forgotten and unpublished photographic...