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Judgment and Contemporary Art Criticism
Edited by Jeff Khonsary and Melanie O’Brian

Judgment and Contemporary Art Criticism examines the efficacy and function of art criticism. It is the result of a public forum co-organized by Fillip and Artspeak and includes full transcripts of the discussions held there.

The publication features essays by Jeff Derksen, Diedrich Diederichsen, James Elkins, Maria Fusco, Sven Lütticken, Tom Morton, Kristina Lee Podesva, William Wood, and Tirdad Zolghadr, as well as an extensive bibliography.

Co-published with Artspeak, Vancouver

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Contents
  1. Judgment and Contemporary Art Criticism: Keynote
  2. Judgment and Contemporary Art Criticism: Panel One
  3. Judgment and Contemporary Art Criticism: Panel Two
  4. Jeff Derksen: Times and Places of Critique
  5. Diedrich Diederichsen: Judgment, Objecthood, Temporality
  6. James Elkins: Judgment and Contemporary Art Criticism: Afterword
  7. Maria Fusco: The Penalty for Perfidy
  8. Maria Fusco: Say Who I Am / Or a Broad Private Wink
  9. Jeff Khonsary and Melanie O'Brian: Judgment and Contemporary Art Criticism: Preface
  10. Sven Lütticken: A Tale of Two Criticisms
  11. Tom Morton: Three or Four Types of Intimacy
  12. Kristina Lee Podesva: Between the Question Mark and the Comma
  13. William Wood: Notes on the Demise and Persistence of Judgment
  14. Tirdad Zolghadr: Worse than Kenosis