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Archives of American Art Journal: Spring 2023, Volume 62, Number 1
The Spring 2023 issue of the Archives of American Art Journal explores how we can better understand American art through a non-American's work and archive; examines the collaborative structure of artmaking among Senga Nengudi, Maren Hassinger, and other late twentieth-century Los Angeles-based artists; and considers the aesthetic and political implications of holographic art of the 1960s and 1970s. The issue debuts "Out of the Box," which invites a variety of responses to a single collection at the Archives (in this case, the Beverly Buchanan Papers). Finally, Ken Gonzales-Day contributes a suite of original artworks that redraw the flora and fauna in artistic depictions of lynching found in the records of a 1935 antilynching exhibition.
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