Third Text has established itself as the leading international journal dedicated to the critical analysis of contemporary art in the global field. It has brought with that analysis a particular focus on both the impact of globalisation on cultural practices and the lessons of postcolonial theory. The journal has created a significant archive of critical knowledge to benefit artists, researchers and art historians. Third Text offers a platform to pursue timely dialogue about experimental cultures, to advance independent education, and to study the historical and current conditions of art’s practice, reception and distribution worldwide.
Third Text is published by Routledge on behalf of Third Text Ltd, a registered charity, no 11108974
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