This critical anthology explores the myriad histories and worlds through which art is produced and experienced. It is guided by the following questions: How are the 'global' and the 'located' shaped and understood in disparate contexts and times? How have artists experimented with modes of exhibition-making and public presentation? Key essays previously published by Afterall are included alongside new image-led presentations, translated material and commissioned texts. The anthology addresses the topic in both theoretical terms and through case studies.
288 pages, 24 x 19 cm, softcover, Walther Koenig (Cologne).