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Lagos art world: the emergence of an artistic hub on the global art periphery2020 African studies review 63 (1): 170-96
  • Jess Castellote
  • Tobenna Okwuosa
*H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0002-0206French and Portuguese summaries
Turning the Pushkin Museum into a 'Russian Tate': informal creative labour in a transitional cultural economy (the case of privately funded Moscow art centres)2019 International journal of cultural studies 22 (2): 281-97
  • Margarita I. Kuleva
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
How masks travel. Aesthetics, trade, war, and authority in Eastern Nigeria, an introduction2019 African arts 52 (1): 15-17
  • Sidney Littlefield Kasfir
H6/KFY [AFRICAN-]0001-9933introduction to thematic issue 'How masks travel: aesthetics, trade, war, and authority in eastern Nigeria'
Oriental taste in imperial Japan: the exhibition and sale of Asian art and artifacts by Japanese department stores from the 1920s through the early 1940s2019 Journal of Asian studies 78 (1): 45-74
  • Younjung Oh
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Diasporas of and by design: exploring the unholy alliance between museums and the diffusion of Navajo (Diné) textile designs2019 Histories of anthropology annual 13: 111-49
  • Kathy M'Closkey
H1 [HISTORIES-]1557-637X
The art of opening: proximity and potentiality at events2019 Theory, culture and society 36 (7-8): 135-52
  • Julie Ren
  • Martin Fuller
H6 [THEORY-]0263-2764
Le caractère marchand du fétiche et son secret. L'art de profiler les objets chez les antiquaires ouest-africaines2019 Gradhiva: revue de anthropology et museologie (30): 70-91
  • Julien Bondaz
H6 [GRADHIVA-]0764-8928in thematic issue 'Précieux'
At the center of the controversy: confronting ethnic fraud in the arts2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 13-24
  • Ashley Holland
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Decentering Durham2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 25-8
  • Nancy Marie Mithlo
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463introduction to thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Not Jimmy Durham's Cherokee2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 29-32
  • Roy Boney jr.
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Walk-through at the hammer2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 33-6
  • James Luna
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
A chapter closed?2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 37-40
  • America Meredith
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
What shall we do with the bodies? Reconsidering the archive in the aftermath of fraud2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 41-54
  • Mario Caro
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Living in a (Schrödinger's) box: Jimmy Durham's strategic use of ambiguity2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 55-64
  • Suzanne Newman Fricke
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
The artist knows best: the de-professionalism of a profession2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 65-76
  • Nancy Marie Mithlo
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Hustling and hoaxing: institutions, modern styles, and Yeffe Kimball's "Native" art2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 77-92
  • Sarah Anne Stolte
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Closing the gap: ethics and the law in the exhibition of contemporary Native art2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 115-22
  • Tahnee M. Ahtoneharjo-Growingthunder
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
“Young artists can try out everything”: redefining contemporary Ghanaian art in the 21st century2019 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 13 (1): 4-20
  • Rhoda Woets
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'Twenty-first century contemporary art in Ghana'
Institutional activations and interventions in art practice in Ghana: the case of Nubuke Foundation2019 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 13 (1): 105-19
  • Odile Tevie
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'Twenty-first century contemporary art in Ghana'
A summer of art?2018 African arts 51 (1): 1-2, 4-7
  • Nadine Siegert
H6/KFY [AFRICAN-]0001-9933
Skipping the blockade run: Andile Dylavane and Camagu2018 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 12 (1): 97-106
  • Elizabeth Perrill
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'African art markets'
Centers and peripheries: the emergence of a market for African art in South Africa2018 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 12 (1): 84-96
  • Paula Girshick
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'African art markets'
The Frobenius effect: Frederick Starr in the Congo2018 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 12 (1): 71-83
  • Enid Schildkrout
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'African art markets'
The market as "artist": the French origins of the obsession with provenance in historical African art2018 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 12 (1): 52-70
  • John Warne Monoroe
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'African art markets'
The missionary as collector and dealer: Dr. George W. Harley in Liberia, 1925-19602018 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 12 (1): 36-51
  • Christopher B. Steiner
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'African art markets'
Of patterns and markets: the making and unmaking of Asafo flags2018 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 12 (1): 22-35
  • Silvia Forni
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'African art markets'
Purloined provenance: reflections on authority and authenticity in African art2018 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 12 (1): 8-21
  • Monica Blackmun Visonà
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'African art markets'
The African art market as ego-system2018 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 12 (1): 1-7
  • Christopher B. Steiner
  • Silvia Forni
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in special issue 'African art markets'
A new era begins at SWAIA2018 First American art magazine 19: 38-41
  • Jason Morgan Edwards
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
'Making' labour in Mexican artisanal workshops2018 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 24 (S1): 61-74
  • Alanna Cant
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987in special issue 'Dislocating labour: anthropological reconfigurations'; French summary
Dak'art: global black cultural politics in the twentieth century2018 Nka: journal of contemporary African art (42-43): 96-109
  • Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi
H6/KY [NKA-]1075-7163
Soul call: the First World Festival of Negro Arts at a pivot of black modernities2018 Nka: journal of contemporary African art (42-43): 124-35
  • Penny M. Von Eschen
H6/KY [NKA-]1075-7163
The effects of publications and exhibitions on Native Northwest Coast art production2018 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 48 (1-2): 101-12, 251-2
  • Solen Roth
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in thematic issue 'Récits de savoirs partagés par l'art et la création en milieux autochtone'; English and Spanish summaries
Producing, collecting, and exhibiting Bizango sculptures from Haiti. Transatlantic Vodou on the international art scene2018 African arts 51 (4): 8-19
  • André Delpuech
  • Catherine Benoît
H6/KFY [AFRICAN-]0001-9933
Art auctions and the poorer rich: the impact of the 2015 stock market sell-off on the emerging Philippine art market2018 Southeast Asian studies 7 (2): 183-97
  • J. Sedfrey S. Santiago
  • Rosalina Palanca-Tan
H6/KWY [SOUTHEAST-]0563-8682
Art market as an economic factor in the development of kitsch2018 Vestsi Akademii Navuk Belarusi 2: 211-20
  • D.IU. Buneeva
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAVUK BYELARUSKAY SSR. Vestsi seryya hramadskikh navuk]2524-2369in thematic section 'Art history, ethnography, folklore'; Russian and English summaries
Indigeneity at Documenta 142017/2018 First American art magazine 17: 28-35
  • Andrea L. Ferber
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
A patwhway to the guts: Mata Aho collective at documenta142017-2018 Art New Zealand (164): 80-4
  • Rchael O'Neill
H6/KX [ART-]0110-1102
STOP - TAAR: III conceived and destructive legislation2017 Tribal art 21 (2): 118-21
  • Jonathan Fogel
  • Kate Fitz Gibbon
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
The possiblity of trade in antique ivory2017 Tribal art 21 (4): 152-3
  • Yves-Bernard Debie
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Picking through history: 'mantiques' and masculinity in artifactual entertainment2017 European journal of cultural studies 20 (5): 509-24
  • Madeleine Shufeldt Esch
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in special issue 'Gender and property TV after the financial crisis'
Les scultptures funéraires de Cyrénaïque sur le marché de l'art2017 Libyan studies 48: 105-16
  • Morgan Belzic
H6/KY [SOCIETY FOR LIBYAN STUDIES Annual report-]0263-7189in thematic section 'Conference proceedings 'Libyan antiquities at risk''; English and Arabic summaries
With damaging legislation in the works, arts organizations fight back2017 Tribal art 22 (1): 128-31
  • Kate Fitz Gibbon
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
"They don't even know how to copy": the discourse on originality in Albania's art world2017 Focaal (78): 65-76
  • Sofia Kalo
H6/KF [FOCAAL-]0920-1297
Global images and local contexts: comparing the Havana and Johannesburg biennales2017 Iberoamericana 17 (66): 73-87
  • Carlos Garriso-Castellano
H6/KUL [IBEROAMERICANA-]1577-3388in thematic issue 'Africanist and transatlantic imaginaries. Memory and cultural agency'; English summary
Modern Őmie women: virtual indigeneity and intimations of empowerment2017 Oceania 87 (3): 282-97
  • Marta Rohatynskyj
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
A Persian weaving legacy2017 Hali (194): 82-5
  • Anonymous
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798in thematic issue 'The China edition: 2,000 years of textile art'
From Ningxia to Nichols2017 Hali (194): 86-9
  • Peter Saunders
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798in thematic issue 'The China edition: 2,000 years of textile art'
Rosati - the painter who loved textiles, but ethnographers beware2017 Asian textiles (67): 17-24
  • Gavin Strachan
H6/KGG [OXFORD-]
Hundert Fächer und der koreanische Kunstmarkt im 19. Jahrhundert2017 Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Völkerkunde (Hamburg) 50: 314-24
  • Jiyeon Kim
H6 [HAMBURG-]in thematic issue 'Uri Korea. Kunsthistorische und ethnografische Beiträge zur Ausstellung'