We’re pleased to introduce our new digital publication.
FRESH ART INTERNATIONAL NOW
The Voice of Contemporary Art
volume one // january 2015 // Shifting Points of View Three International Art Biennials in North America
This first volume considers the conceptual underpinnings of three 2014 international art biennials in North America. Featuring artistic directors and select artists of SITElines—Irene Hofmann/Unsettled Landscapes; Prospect New Orleans—Franklin Sirmans/P.3: Notes for Now; and the Montreal Biennial—Sylvie Fortin/L’avenir (Looking Forward).
FRESH ART INTERNATIONAL NOW explores themes embedded in Fresh Talk, the audio podcast series produced by independent curator Cathy Byrd for Fresh Art International. Each downloadable publication includes a thematic overview, relevant biographies and histories, illustrated podcast transcriptions, and a reading list.
In Art Schools this January!
Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA; Dillard University, New Orleans, LA; and Florida International University, Miami, are among the art schools that will introduce FAI NOW to students this semester.
For a limited time only, FAI NOW Volume One is yours for free upon request. Submit the form below to receive your copy of the downloadable interactive pdf.
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