Volume 21, number 2

Volume 21, number 2


X-TRA winter 2018.

November 20, 2018
Volume 21, number 2

The winter 2018 issue arrives next week! 
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In the issue:

A Clear-Eyed Sense of the World: In Conversation with Paul Chaat Smith
by Candice Lin 

Asher Hartman: Sorry, Atlantis: Eden’s Achin’ Organ Seeks Revenge 
by Rossen Ventzislavov 

Cally Spooner: DRAG DRAG SOLO 
by Sabrina Tarasoff

Artist’s Project 
by ektor garcia

Rothko Chapel and Ellsworth Kelly’s Austin 
by Ellen Birrell

Stress and Jest: A Conversation with Janiva Ellis 
by Laura Brown 

Ringier AG and Their Artists: The Synergy of Subversion
by Travis Diehl 

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X-TRA’s mission is to provoke critical dialogue about contemporary art. As a collective of artists and writers, we produce the quarterly art journal X-TRA, the website x-traonline.org, and public programs. Founded in Los Angeles in 1997, X-TRA collaborates with artists, writers, and institutions to generate meaningful content for a diverse contemporary art community.

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Contact us: editors [​at​] x-traonline.org

X-TRA is published by the nonprofit Project X Foundation for Art & Criticism, which is generously supported by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Isambard Kingdom Brunel Society of North America, Michael Asher Foundation, VIA Art Fund, Pasadena Art Alliance, The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, California Arts Council, the Center for Cultural Information, and our patrons and subscribers. 

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