John C. Welchman

John C. Welchman is a professor at the Department of Visual art of University of California, San Diego. His works focuses on modern and contemporary art history and critical theory. His numerous publications include a monograph on Mike Kelley, of which he has also edited the collected writings (MIT Press, Les presses du réel / JRP|Ringier).
John C. Welchman - Out of Place
bilingual edition (English / French)
The largest and most comprehensive monograph on van den Broek's work to date, a complete and monumental survey of 1998 until now, on over 500 pages, presented and analysed by John C. Welchman.
John C. Welchman - After the Wagnerian Bouillabaisse - Essays on European Avant-Garde Art – 
XX-XXI, Vol. 2
English edition
Sternberg Press - History, Criticism and Theory
The ten essays in After the Wagnerian Bouillabaisse offer original critical discussions of some of the major European artists and movements of the twentieth century.
John C. Welchman - Past Realization - Essays on Contemporary European Art – XX-XXI – Vol. 1
English edition
Sternberg Press - History, Criticism and Theory
This volume is a collection of dynamic and engaged writings by art historian John C. Welchman on a range of contemporary European artists that emerged in the late 1960s and 1970s. Welchman poses thoughtful and provocative questions about how artists receive and negotiate the social and aesthetic histories through which they live and work.
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