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Sep
08

Four Negotiations: A Curator Responds to an Exhibition

Introduction  by Clare Doyle In June 2021, The Library Project and Basic Space Dublin presented On Belonging, a collaborative group exhibition guest-curated by Diana Bamimeke. The artists featured were Bassam Al-Sabah, Maïa Nunes, Moran Been-noon, Osaro, Oscar Fouz Lopez, and Salvatore of Lucan. The artists were invited to respond “not only to the state of […]

Sep
08

How the arts inform public discourse and consciousness

by Prof. Belenna Mesa Lauto Author’s Note This article discusses the work of Lennart Nilsson and his work as it relates to one of the most controversial topics of the 21st century: the sanctity of life in the womb. The evidence published by biologists, chemists and of course, photography reveals the critical nature of facts […]

Jul
28

The University of Michigan Press: Transition to Open

  by Emma Di Pasquale, University of Michigan Library At the University of Michigan Press, open access is one of many ways we strive to deliver the best scholarship to the broadest possible audience. Over the last decade, the Press has been taking steps to continue developing a publishing program that better aligns with our […]


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