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From the Archives
A Call to Feminism in the Age of Biotechnologies and Bioinformatics
The Lost Films of Charles Ludlam
Figures and Ground
The Overlooked and the In-Between
The Magic Circle: The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper and the Invention of Art-Rock, Part 2
The Art of Commuting
Postcard from Seattle
In Praise of Love: The Poetics of Critique
Unruly and Legion
Members of the Same Symbiotaxium, But Probably Not Collaborators
X-TRA is a quarterly art journal published in Los Angeles since 1997. The editorial board is composed of Los Angeles-based artists and writers. X-TRA provides an outlet for projects related to contemporary visual arts. We publish diverse critical approaches including expansive features, historical essays, commissioned artist's projects, interviews, and substantive exhibition and book reviews.
Volume 17 Number 2
- Jon Leaver
- Travis Diehl
- João Enxuto and Erica Love
- Sheryl Conkelton
- Neha Choksi
- Jacqueline Bell