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ARTMargins publishes material related to the histories of 20th-century and contemporary art, art theory, art institutions, and curatorship. It places special emphasis on marginal histories and innovative critical and methodological perspectives. The editors are particularly interested in submissions that consider art within sociocultural, political, and theoretical contexts. They also welcome attention to the work of artists and art thinkers who work outside of English-speaking and official circuits. Submissions may consider, among other things, questions pertaining to art and politics, periodization and historicization—including the contemporary—sovereignty, post colonialism, decolonization, the notion of the global, and/or the transition from and towards socialism.
Sven Spieker, Executive Editor
We stand with the women of Iran and with all of Iranian society in its fight against the repressive regime of clerics and their criminal cronies. We condemn the brutal repression of the protests all over the country, and we affirm the right for Iranians to determine their own collective as well as personal destiny. We also endorse and welcome the statement issued by Iranian artists, scholars, critics, art Historians, and curators.