Recollection is the graduate student-led journal of the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College. It follows lines of inquiry into and out of the Archives of CCS Bard, focusing on rare and under-considered publications and artworks as a way to extend contemporary curatorial and historical research.
2015 — 2018
2011 — 2015
Red Hook Journal
Red Hook Journal addresses a wide range of issues, but it is ultimately driven by key preoccupations of CCS Bard, its host institution; What are distinctive features inherent to the curating of contemporary art? Are there terminologies, exhibition histories, political stakes, and professional mythologies that set curators apart? Red Hook Journal subscribes to the working assumption that this is indeed the case, and further, that curatorial conventions and prerogatives need to be rendered more tangible and contestable, rather than ever more diffident and hazy. That said, the journal occasionally offers a platform to dissenting opinions.