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Title Afterall A Jurnal Of Art, Context and Enquiry
Edition Summer 2012
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ISBN/ISSN 9781846380891
Author(s) Charles Esche and Mark Lewis
López Cuenca, Alberto
Classification Jurnal Seni Rupa
Series Title Artistic Labour, Enclosure and the New Economy
GMD Printed Book
Language English
Publisher Afterall
Publishing Year 2012
Publishing Place London
Collation 127 hlm
Abstract/Notes Afterall is a research and publishing organisation based in London. Founded in 1998 by Charles Esche and Mark Lewis at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London, Afterall focuses on contemporary art and its relation to a wider artistic, theoretical and social context.

Afterall, a journal of art, context and enquiry, was launched in 1999. Afterall offers in-depth analysis of artists' work, along with essays that broaden the context in which to understand it. The journal is published by Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and was co-published with California Institute of the Arts from 2002 to 2009. It is currently published by Central Saint Martins in editorial and research partnership with M HKA, Antwerp; Smart Museum of Art and Open Practice Committee, University of Chicago; and UNIA arteypensamiento, Seville; and in association with The University of Chicago Press.

In April 2006 Afterall Books was launched, with two new strands of publications to complement the journal: One Work and a series of Afterall Critical Readers. One Work is a library of small books, each title focusing on one important work of contemporary art through a single text. Afterall Critical Readers look at significant areas of modern and contemporary art practice through the commissioning and reprinting of a collection of key texts, artists' statements and manifestos. A new series examining curation, titled Exhibition Histories, was launched in 2010 in collaboration with the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna and the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven and is currently published in association with the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College.

Afterall is also a member of Common Practice, an advocacy group working for the recognition and fostering of the small-scale contemporary arts sector in London.

Afterall Online continues the lines of enquiry explored through the journal and the books. It features specially commissioned and regularly updated material including interviews with artists about their art practice, photo-essays and texts on artist's projects, books and events.

Afterall also organises events including screenings, workshops, seminars and conferences in relation to its different research and publication projects, in London and elsewhere.

Afterall encourages proposals for all its projects. For essay pitches for Afterall Online or Afterall journal, or proposals for Afterall Books, please email contact[at]afterall[dot]org with a short description of your proposal and your CV. We regret to say that due to the number of pitches we receive, we cannot guarantee a personal response to each one.

Afterall welcomes funded placements for internships and also conducts internships with Central Saint Martins Fine Art BA students. We are unable to offer unpaid internships but please sign up to our mailing list for news about employment opportunities. Afterall is part of Artquest's Widening Participation internship programme.
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