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Book Review: David Bacon’s In the Fields of the North/En los campos del norte by Janet Zandy

David Bacon’s In the Fields of the North/En los campos del norte Photographs and text by David Bacon Spanish Translation by Rodolfo Hernandez Corchado and Claudia Villegas Delgado University of California Press, 2016/El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, 2016 450

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Portfolio: Beyond The Drama by Saara Mäntylä

Beyond The Drama Saara Mäntylä I knock on the door. A couple of unfamiliar faces appear before me. We shake hands; I enter. I look around the apartment with intent and persistence. Masked in small talk, the questions I ask

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Media Received, AI 45.1

BOOKS Art for an Undivided Earth: The American Indian Movement Generation, by Jessica L. Horton. Duke University Press/296 pp./$26.95 (sb). Circulation, edited by François Brunet. Terra Foundation for American Art/224 pp./$24.95 (sb). Flying Letters 1: Reading Room, edited by Nina

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Breese Little Gallery Announces Closure

Breese Little Gallery Announces Closure The Breese Little gallery is slated to close its doors for good following the conclusion of its current exhibition. In a statement released in July 2017, co-founders Josephine Breese and Harry Little expressed regret at

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Book Review: Wish for Amnesia by Barbara Rosenthal

Wish for Amnesia By Barbara Rosenthal Deadly Chaps Press, 2017 314 pp./$15.00 (sb)   Barbara Rosenthal’s Wish for Amnesia is a fable-like fiction rooted in the late twentieth century. Actually, it is made of two projects: a novel and an

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Dossier: Speculations and Inquiries on New Participatory Documentary Environments

  ESSAY FOUR Speculations and Inquiries on New Participatory Documentary Environments By Reece Auguiste, Helen De Michiel, Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz, and Patricia R. Zimmermann Speculations on Theories and Practices We are now living in one of the most vibrant historical

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From the May/June 2017 Issue

Portfolio: Congratulations and Celebrations Ellen Lesperance   The Chainletter Tapes Mary Billyou The slot in our front door rattled, and my sister received a letter. I read it, looking over her shoulder. Quickly, she folded it up and put it

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Dossier: Toward a Theory of Participatory New Media Documentary

[Ed. note: This “Dossier on Collaborative Documentary Practice: Histories, Theories, Practices” will be posted on Afterimage Online in the following parts: Introduction Another Way of Being: Hidden Histories of Collaborative Documentary Practices Documentary Untethered, Documentary Becoming Toward a Theory of

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In Memoriam: Felipe Ehrenberg

In Memoriam: Felipe Ehrenberg Conceptual artist Felipe Ehrenberg passed away in May 2017 at the age of 73. Born in Mexico City in 1943, Ehrenberg began his career as an editor before progressing into graphic, and then fine, arts. He

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The Chainletter Tapes by Mary Billyou

The Chainletter Tapes Mary Billyou The slot in our front door rattled, and my sister received a letter. I read it, looking over her shoulder. Quickly, she folded it up and put it away, dismissing it: “It’s just a chain

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Current Issue, Vol. 45, nos. 2 & 3

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