Volume 18, number 2
Winter 2016

X-TRA, Los Angeles

December 11, 2015

Volume 18, number 2
Winter 2016


The winter issue of X-TRA is here.
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Michael Ned Holte reviews On KawaraSilence at the Guggenheim Museum, New York in “27,991 days: On Kawara’s workload.”

Tracy Jeanne Rosenthal looks at The Animated Reader, edited by Brian Droitcour and published by The New Museum, New York, in “Let’s Take a Very Fucking Poetry Lesson: Art’s Crush on Poetry.”

The commissioned Artist’s Project in the issue is Starcom Mediavest Recognitions by Andrew Norman Wilson.

In her feature “CR Redux: Broadening the Circle,” Karen Dunbar contemplates the work of Andrea Bowers and Emma Sulkowicz and their treatment of violence against women in the Internet age.

Claire Ruud reviews Alien She at the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, in “Coming for Your Daughters: The Legacy of Riot Grrrl.”

Shana Lutker outlines the Project X Forums of 2015, occurring during our year-long curatorial research residency at 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica.

Jan Tumlir revisits an excerpt from his unfinished novel first conceived in 1995 for Project X’s Program for Paradise.

Bud Almond‘s graphic series continues in this second installment with “Art Damaged: Drip Drip.”

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