About Notebook

The Notebook for Art, Theory and Related Zones is a periodical focusing on contemporary visual arts within a broader cultural and theoretical context. The Notebook’s aim is to cultivate Czech reflections on art by printing texts written by specialists in the area of the humanities and social sciences that thematize the current situation in art and contemporary culture in the Czech Republic and abroad. The Notebook is not in principle methodologically defined; the decisive criteria are quality, level of stimulation, and relevance for reflections upon contemporary visual art.

The magazine comes out twice a year and features specialised studies and reviews. From 2010 to 2013 it was listed in the list of peer-reviewed non-impact periodicals published in the Czech Republic. The original articles offered to the editors for publication have since 2009 undergone regular review.

It is listed with the State Technical Library and in the records of the Ministry of Culture. Presently it is published by the AVU Research Centre as part of a research project of the Czech Ministry of Culture.

ISSN: 1802-8918
MK ČR E 17945

Editorial Board

Claire Bishop
The Graduate Center, The City University of New York

Claudia Joles
Kunst-bulletin, Zürich

Milena Bartlová
Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design, Prague

Daniel Grúň
Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava

Hubert Guzik
Fakulty of Architecture, Czech Technical University in Prague

Edith Jeřábková
Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design, Prague

Mária Orišková
Faculty of Education, Trnava University

Tomáš Pospěch
Institute of Creative Photography, Silesian University in Opava

Tomáš Pospiszyl
Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and
The Centre of Audiovisual Studies, FAMU, Prague

Jiří Ševčík
Prague

Jan Zálešák
Faculty of Fine Arts, Brno University of Technology

 

 

Jiří Ševčík
Prague

Martin Škabraha
Faculty of Arts, Ostrava University in Ostrava

Editor-in-chief:
Václav Magid, VVP AVU, Prague

Editors:
Jakub Stejskal, Department of Aesthetics, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague
Pavlína Morganová, Terezie Nekvindová, Dagmar Svatošová – AVU Research Centre, Prague

Assistant editor:
Eva Ellingerová

Contact to editors:
sesit.redakce@gmail.com

VVP AVU 2014