An Aerial Sensibility: Notes on Franco Albini, Caterina Marcenaro and a Museum of Floating Objects

Artists Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone consider the radical museum and exhibition display design of Franco Albini.

Image of poster artwork Kissing Doesn't Kill: Greed and Indifference Do (1989) at Auto Italia, London.


Gran Fury: ‘Read My Lips’

Jay Drinkall reviews ‘Read My Lips’, the first comprehensive retrospective of AIDS activist art collective Gran Fury in the UK.

Image of artwork: Thea Gvetadze, Cabbage Hat (2018)


Monument to Gratitude; In the Aftermath of Thea Gvetadze, ‘Becoming Thea Merlani’ at M HKA

Keti Chukhrov reflects on Thea Gvetadze’s recent exhibition ‘Becoming Thea Merlani’ at M HKA, examining themes of emblem and monument in her work.


Exhibition Histories Talks: David A. Bailey – video online

David A. Bailey was joined by Louis Hartnoll to discuss ‘Mirage: Enigmas of Race, Difference and Desire’, an exhibition that interrogated the legacy of Frantz Fanon’s Black Skin, White Masks held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London in 1995.

Cover of Artist-to-Artist: Independent Art Festivals in Chiang Mai 1992–98


Artist-to-Artist: Independent Art Festivals in Chiang Mai 1992–98

This title in the Exhibition Histories series looks at Chiang Mai Social Installation, a series of artist-led, self-funded and anarchic festivals between 1992 and 1998.


Autumn/Winter 2018

Afterall is pleased to present issue 46, Autumn/Winter 2018. Featuring the work of Kader Attia, Chto Delat, Mujeres Creando and Lee Wen, Afterall 46 considers ‘Reconstruction: Performance and Collective Action'.

Afterall is a research and publishing organisation that focuses on contemporary art.


Call for Applications: Afterall BAME Writer-in-Residence

We are pleased to invite applications to the first of our Arts Council England-supported BAME writer-in-residence positions. With a £5,000 bursary, this six-month residency gives the selected writer in-depth editorial support & opportunities to publish. See here for more details.


The LYC Museum and the Museum as Practice

On the 6–7 March 2019, University of the Arts London and the Paul Mellon Centre for the Studies in British Art are convening a symposium on the LYC Museum & Art Gallery (LYC Museum), an exhibition space located in the village of Banks astride Hadrian’s Wall that showcased the work of more than 320 artists between 1972 and 1983. For more details on the symposium, please visit the events page.