Temporary Art Review celebrates its new anthology, which looks at the publication’s first five years through the writings of artists, curators, activists, and critics.
Pelican Bomb and Temporary Art Review present a book launch for To Make a Public: Temporary Art Review 2011-2016—a selected anthology of the first five years of the online publication and a catalogue of the related exhibition “Document V” celebrating the same benchmark. Edited by Temporary Art Review founders Sarrita Hunn and James McAnally, To Make A Public offers a singular lens into broader eruptions in artists’ publishing and artistic practice over the past five years as a primary document of our moment through the collected writings of artists, curators, activists, and critics.
To Make a Public: Temporary Art Review 2011-2016 has been published by Institute for Connotative Action Press (INCA Press) and was designed by Haynes Riley. Additional titles from INCA Press will also be available, including Forms of Education: Couldn’t Get a Sense of It and Free as in Free…, published on the occasion of the 11th Gwangju Biennial in collaboration with Publication Studio.
Stop by Pelican Bomb Gallery X to purchase a copy of To Make a Public and to meet Sarrita Hunn, co-founder and managing editor of Temporary Art Review. RSVP and invite your friends on Facebook. Hunn also leads an art writing workshop, “Imagining Alternative Art Criticism,” earlier this day.