2014 ‘Art and Archaeology: The Abhar agus Meon Exhibition Series’ in I.A. Russell & A. Cochrane (eds) Art and Archaeology: Collaborations, conversations, critcisms. Springer-Kluwer, New York.
2014 ‘Cultural Heritage Management and Images of the past’, entry in Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, Springer, New York.
2014 Springer-Kluwer. Edited with Andrew Cochrane. Read more here.
2013 ‘The Art of the Past: Before and After Archaeology’ in D. Roelstraete (ed.) The Way of the Shovel: On the Archaeological Imaginary in Art. Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Published on the occasion of the exhibition The Way of the Shovel: Art as Archaeology. Buy the catalog here.
2012 ‘Towards an ethics of oblivion and forgetting: The parallax view’ in Heritage & Society, Vol. 5, Iss. 2, pp. 249-272. Read it here.
2012 Entries for The Oxford Companion to Archaeology, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Ian Alden Russell, Curator, David Winton Bell Gallery Alexander Lembersky, “We Propose” (1988), silkscreen. (B95 97.48) Late last week, I was preparing for a class visit by Stefan Gunn’s printing making and graphic arts students in the Brown Visual Art Department. Stefan was interested in inspiring his students with strong examples of formal imagery and typographic […]
From the Winter 2012 Symposium held at Brown University. More information here.
Ian Alden Russell, Curator, David Winton Bell Gallery Joseph Beuys, “Creativity = Capital” (1983), lithograph. Gift of Ron Feldman. (PR 1986.110) CAPITAL is at present the work sustaining ability. Money is not an economic value though. The two genuine economic values involve the connection between ability (creativity) and product. That explains the formula presenting the expanded […]
Ian Alden Russell, Curator, David Winton Bell Gallery Albrecht Dürer “The Beast with Two Horns Like a Lamb” from The Apocalypse (1498), Woodcut. (PR 0.334) On one of my first days as the new curator of the David Winton Bell Gallery, it was a wonderful serendipity to be hanging a print from one of the […]