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All posts by James McAnally
James McAnally writes an experimental elegy of alternative spaces that have closed or transitioned over the past year-plus.
Editor James McAnally articulates a manifesto for an art organization we can live in and with, proposing a new future for the nonprofit art space in America.
Editor James McAnally considers the reemergence of the alternative space as a potential community past captial in this essay commissioned for PHONEBOOK 4, published by Threewalls.
In response to a panel on Growth, Sustainability & Ethics at the Superscript conference, James McAnally asks if the economics of arts publishing perpetuate the exclusions in the art world.
Can we be both critically and socially engaged? James McAnally addresses the critical and political implications of writing about socially engaged art.