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VISUAL ACTIVISM – SFMoMA, 14-15 March 2014

Visual Activism Friday 14 March 2014, 9am – 7pm Saturday 15 March 2014, 9am – 7pm Location Brava Theater Center 2781 24th Street San Francisco, CA 94110 Map Overview Join us for a symposium exploring the relationship between visual culture and activist practices. Art can take the form of political and social activism, and activism … Continue reading

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ARCHIVES – Whitechapel launch event, 30 Jan 2014

Celebrating the publication of Journal of Visual Culture, v12n3 – The Archives Issue, edited by Juliette Kristensen & Marquard Smith Whitechapel Gallery, London Thursday 30 January 2014, 5pm The launch will be followed by ‘Autobiography and the Archive’, a screening of work by Uriel Orlow, Miranda Pennell and Sarah Purcell, exploring the archive, collective memory, and personal history, curated by … Continue reading

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ARCHIVES – Journal of Visual Culture special issue, Dec 2013

Journal of Visual Culture, v12n3 – The Archives Issue Edited by Juliette Kristensen & Marquard Smith Contributors Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme (in conversation with Tom Holert) The Archival Multitude susan pui san lok RoCH Fans and Legends (Entries) Marquard Smith Theses on the Philosophy of History: The Work of Research in the Age of … Continue reading

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COLLABORATIONS – On Working with Berger

Wednesday 12 September, 7pm London Review Bookshop with John Christie, Mike Dibb, and Andy Merrifield, introduced by Gareth Evans This September there will be a series of events around London to mark the 40th anniversary of John Berger’s controversial Booker prize-winning novel G. and his hugely influential collaborative art-historical television series Ways of Seeing. Central … Continue reading

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WAYS OF SEEING – Anniversary Issue Launch TODAY

Reception to celebrate the publication of Journal of Visual Culture’s Ways of Seeing 40th Anniversary Issue Saturday 8 September, 4pm King’s College, University of London The launch coincides with the 3 day Ways of Seeing John Berger conference organized by King’s and the British Library. Editorial Raiford Guins Penguins are often reproduced with words around … Continue reading