Yale University Press
Edited by Joan Marter, with an Introduction by Gwen F. Chanzit and essays by Robert Hobbs, Ellen G. Landau, Susan Landauer, and Joan Marter, and an interview with Irving Sandler
Reviewed by Lara Kuykendall
Oxford University Press
By David Lubin
Reviewed by Jennifer Wingate
University of Minnesota Press
By Jason Weems
Reviewed by Andrea M. Truitt
Long before I met an art historian and long before I trained to become one, I knew that museums were sources and resources and that they were sites of social and cultural capital. I also did not expect museums to connect with me, and I did not care much if they did.
The front of the building that houses El Museo del Barrio features an artwork by the conceptual artist Luis Camnitzer that simply states: “A museum is a school: the artist learns to communicate, the public learns to make connections.”
UC-Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.
Curated by Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby, Stephanie Cannizzo, and Ryan Serpa.
Reviewed by Jackie Clay.
The Phillips Collection and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Curated by Katherine M. Bourguignon, Giovanna Ginex, Erica E. Hirshler, and Elsa Smithgall
Reviewed by Christina Michelon
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