The Archive holds the following issues of Afterall:

2002: Issue 05

2006: Spring/Summer(No.13, 2 copies)

2007: Autumn/Winter(No. 16)

2008: Spring(No. 17)

2009: Summer(No.21), Autumn/Winter(No. 22)

2010: Spring(No. 23), Autumn(No. 25)

2012: Summer(No.30)

2013: Spring(No.32), Summer(No.33), Autumn/Winter(No.34, 2 copies)

2014: Summer(No.36, 2 copies), Autumn/Winter(No.37, 2 copies)

2015: Spring(No.38), Summer(No.39), Autumn/Winter(No.40, 2 copies)

2016: Spring/Summer(No.41), Autumn/Winter(No.42)

2017: Spring/Summer(No.43), Autumn/Winter(No.44)

2018: Spring/Summer(No.45), Autumn/Winter(No.46, 2 copies)

2019: Spring/Summer(No.47), Autumn/Winter(No.48)

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Onsite

Location code PER.AFT
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

1999

Publication status

In print

ISBN / ISSN

14654253

Content type

magazine/journal/newspaper

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Afterall: A Journal of Art Context & Enquiry (All Holdings)

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