Third Text Magazine | 161 | November 2019

Third Text has established itself as the leading international journal dedicated to the critical analysis of contemporary art in the global field.

In this issue: 

  • From Melling's Harem to Eviner's Harem: Displacement as Parrhesia 671-686 - Bulent Diken & Ezgi Tuncer
  • Whose Digital Heritage?: Contemporary Art, 3D Printing and the Limits of Cultural Property 687-707 - Chad Elias
  • Dissident Bodies: Materialising Xerographic Experimentation in Sao Paulo, 1970-1985 745-760 - Mari Rodriguez Binnie
  • Ive Tabar's Political Body Art Performances 789-801 - Blaz Lukan


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