Open Arts Journal Issue 2 ‘Pavilions’ published

The Open Arts Journal is very pleased to announce the publication of their current themed issue, edited by Joel Robinson, ‘Pavilions’ (Open Arts Journal, Issue 2, Winter 2013-2014).

This peer-reviewed, open access content is available now at www.openartsjournal.org

Table of Contents

Introduction: big worlds under little tents
JOEL ROBINSON

Historical Themes and Contexts

‘Not months but moments’: ephemerality, monumentality, and the pavilion in ruins
IHOR JUNYK

At the bottom of the garden: the Caffeaus of Villa Albani
JANE LOMHOLT

Folkloric modernism: Venice’s Giardini Della Biennale and the geopolitics of architecture
JOEL ROBINSON

From the world’s fair to Disneyland: pavilions as temples
JAIMEE K. COMSTOCK-SKIPP

The Markham Moor papilio: a picturesque commentary
KAROLINA SZYNALSKA

The Architecture of Display

On Penelope Curtis’ Patio and Pavilion: The Place of Sculpture in Modern Architecture
BRIAN HATTON

Fascism, middle class ideals, and holiday villas at the 5th Milan Triennale
FLAVIA MARCELLO

‘A bazaar in the Coliseum’: marketing Southeast Asian handicrafts in New York, 1956
JENNIFER WAY

Pavilioning Manchester: boundaries of the local, national and global at the Asia Triennial
BECCY KENNEDY

Haiti’s first national pavilion at the Venice Biennale: anachronism or illuminating opportunity?
WENDY ASQUITH

The Dallas Pavilion: contemporary art and urban identity
JASPAR JOSEPH-LESTER AND MICHAEL CORRIS

Contemporary Projects

‘A glimpse of another world’: Zaha Hadid’s Mobile Art Pavilion (MAP)
SOPHIE KAZAN

The Donkey Institute of Contemporary Art (DICA): a photo-essay
YAM LAU

Electronic textiles for architecture
SARAH BONNEMAISON

The playful Ping-Pong Pavilion: learning from risky experimentation in real time
HARRIET HARRISS

Deconstructing the Children’s Art Pavilion
CHRIS TUCKER

Afterword

After word, thought, life: a stroll in Parisian parks
MICHAELA GIEBELHAUSEN

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