Editorial. After Crises: Art, Museums, and New Socialities

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Editorial. After Crises: Art, Museums, and New Socialities

Ekaterina Muromtseva. Quarantine Outfit, Part 1. Balcony Gallery (courtesy of the artist, 2020)

Titled ‘After Crises: Art, Museums, and New Socialities’, the issue explores a variety of crises and socialities from a range of perspectives, including the ideas of (in)visibility, (dis)continuation, and (non)representation. Paying attention to different kinds of crises (political, social, economic, health, and other), the issue surveys a range of cultural contexts, including Japan, Hong Kong, Russia, and the United States, and explores how new socialities are replacing existing identities. Through research articles, practice-based essays and visual essays, discussions and research-based artworks, the contributors offer a critique and conceptual proposition for the arts and institutions emerging from the global pandemic, too. The issue will be of interest to researchers, artists, curators, art managers, and all those working on contemporary issues in arts and humanities.

To cite this item:

Strukov V (2021) Editorial. After Crises: Art, Museums, and New Socialities. The Garage Journal: Studies in Art, Museums & Culture, 02: v-xii. DOI: 10.35074/GJ.2021.12.59.001

Published: 12.04.2021

Publication type: Editorial