GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON VISUAL VOCABULARY

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON VISUAL VOCABULARY

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Berlin-based DICKERSBACH KUNSTVERLAG presents the second issue of PRŌTOCOLLUM, an annually published artists’ journal dedicated to non-Western contemporary visual artists, art narratives and art history. Honouring its motto Global Perspectives on Visual Vocabulary, PRŌTOCOLLUM’s issue for 2015/16 features contributions by 92 visual artists and art collectives from 53 countries across Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia.

PRŌTOCOLLUM dedicates itself to the participating artists’ thoughts, visions and ideas, and offers its readership an unfiltered and unmediated encounter with contemporary global artistic practice.
The artists independently select the content they would like to have published in their respective sections and are free to determine their contributions and the way in which they would like to communicate with the journal’s readers, including their language of preference.
PRŌTOCOLLUM does not want to reflect what art experts, critics and curators think. The concept follows a strict philosophy of artistic autonomy over editorial authority, with no adverts and no editorial or curatorial interference.

For 2015/16 PRŌTOCOLLUM has invited a selection of artists from the inaugural issue to propose contributors, thus ensuring that the perspectives of local art scenes are duly represented. Featuring visual artists, art collectives and artistic practices across a wide range of media on more than 350 pages, the journal’s 2nd issue once more provides unique access to truly global contemporary art production.

Contributing artists are: Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme (Palestine), Vyacheslav Akhunov (Uzbekistan), Karo Akpokiere (Nigeria), Ammar Al-Beik (Syria), Yuri Albert (Russia), Halil Altindere (Turkey), Jude Anogwih (Nigeria), Alexander Apóstol (Venezuela), Luis Cruz Azaceta (Cuba), Cheikhou Bâ (Senegal), Fayçal Baghriche (Algeria), Ali Banisadr (Iran), Jean-Pierre Bekolo (Cameroon), Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan (Romania), Irina Botea (Romania), Luis Camnitzer (Uruguay), Nidhal Chamekh (Tunisia), Chen Chieh-jen (Taiwan), Chto Delat (Russia), Tiffany Chung (Vietnam), Carlos Cruz-Diez (Venezuela), Blue Curry (Bahamas), Danica Dakić (Bosnia), Gohar Dashti (Iran), Jose Dávila (Mexico), Gilles Elie-Dit-Cosaque (France), Patricia Esquivias (Venezuela), Etcetera (Argentina/Chile), İnci Eviner (Turkey), Rita Fischer (Uruguay), Fokus Grupa (Croatia), Jeanno Gaussi (Afghanistan), Kendell Geers (South Africa), Gil & Moti (Israel), Marina Gržinić & Aina Šmid (Slovenia), Rula Halawani (Palestine), Hoang Duong Cam (Vietnam), HowDoYouSayYaminAfrican?, IRWIN Group (Slovenia), Délio Jasse (Angola), Hiwa K (Iraq), Šejla Kamerić (Bosnia), Krištof Kintera (Czech Republic), Barbora Kleinhamplová (Czech Republic), Katarzyna Kozyra (Poland), Wiz Kudowor (Ghana), Nedim Kufi (Iraq), Miriam Syowia Kyambi (Kenya), Lee Yongbaek (Korea), Zbigniew Libera (Poland), Lucía Madriz (Costa Rica), MAP Office (Morocco/France), Misheck Masamvu (Zimbabwe), Vincent Michéa (France/Senegal), Ivan Moudov (Bulgaria), Lada Nakonechna (Ukraine), Moataz Nasr (Egypt), Aimé Ntakiyica (Burundi), Mahmoud Obaidi (Iraq), OPAVIVARÁ! (Brazil), Open Group (Ukraine), Luis González Palma (Guatemala), Jorge Pardo (Cuba), Pratchaya Phinthong (Thailand), Cameron Platter (South Africa), Shahpour Pouyan (Iran), Ana Prvački (Serbia), Pors & Rao (India/Denmark), Mykola Ridnyi (Ukraine), Luciana Rondolini (Argentina), Steve Sabella (Palestine), Georges Senga (Congo), Sheng Qi (China), Regina Silveira (Brazil), Dimitar Solakov (Bulgaria), Sun Yuan & Peng Yu (China), Teppei Kaneuji (Japan), Barthélémy Toguo (Cameroon), Tromarama (Indonesia), Rodrigo Valenzuela (Chile), Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor (Romania/Switzerland), Ryszard Waśko (Poland), Pavel Wolberg (Russia), Nil Yalter (Turkey), Héctor Zamora (Mexico), Arseny Zhilyaev (Russia).

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