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Postnational Art Histories: What Is Postnational Art History?
Postnational Art Histories: What Is Postnational Art History?
Postnational Art Histories: What Is Postnational Art History?
Postnational Art Histories: What Is Postnational Art History?
Postnational Art Histories: What Is Postnational Art History?
Postnational Art Histories: What Is Postnational Art History?
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Postnational Art Histories: What Is Postnational Art History?

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During the past half-century, contemporary art practices, theories and criticism have engaged intently with notions of the postnational. Nonetheless, the presence of the nation-state and nationalisms in art history remain steadfast. In posing the question ‘What is postnational art history?’ this publication aims not for definitive answers, but rather to broach the broader concept of postnationalism and how it might function to disrupt, rethink and complicate established discourses around national art.

With contributions by: Anna Arabindah-Kesson, Rex Butler, Wulan Dirgantoro, A.D.S. Donaldson, James Elkins, Charles Green, Helen Hughes, Nicholas Jose, Desmond Lazaro, Susan Lowish, Carol Yinghua Lu, Margaret MacNamidhe, Ian McLean, Nina Miall, Nikos Papastergiadis, Claire Roberts, Nur Shkembi, Terry Smith, and Mr Wanambi.

Published by Perimeter Books
Perimeter Editions x CoVa at the University of Melbourne
256 pages
195 x 125 mm
ISBN 9781922545206

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