Journal of Curatorial Studies
Jim Drobnick and Jennifer Fisher, editors
Intellect Publishers, 2012-
The Journal of Curatorial Studies is an international, peer-reviewed publication that explores curating and exhibitions and their relation to institutions, communities, and display culture at large. The expanded practices of curating not only produce exhibitions to view, they also play a catalytic role in redefining aesthetic experience, interrogating social and political formations, and inquiring into the construction of knowledge and ideology. The journal supports in-depth investigations of contemporary and historical exhibitions, case studies of curators and their projects, and analyses of the theoretical and critical dynamics influencing the production and reception of exhibitions. JCS publishes three times a year and features both thematic and open issues, research articles on contemporary and historical exhibitions, interviews with curators, artists and theorists, and reviews of books, exhibitions, websites and conferences.
Cover image: Renée Green, Import/Export Funk Office (1992), installation view, Galerie Christian Nagel, Cologne. Photo: courtesy of the artist and Free Agent Media.