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Art and the Public Sphere considers art, politics, art criticism and curatorial practices as an integral and vital aspect of culture in the 21st century and it locks practice and theory together as praxis by bringing theory to bear on practice and engages with practice to challenge accepted theory. Art and the Public Sphere is aimed at academics, artists, curators, art historians and theorists working broadly across issues concerned with contemporary art’s relation to the public sphere, as well as art’s role within the history of Western democracy and art’s participation in opinion formation, free discussion and political action.

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