January 2014

Allan Sekula

Benjamin H. D. Buchloh

A TRUE UNDERSTANDING of the tragic early loss of Allan Sekula may emerge only slowly in American culture, but it will steadily expand beyond the relatively limited circles in which his work has until now been recognized. He will be celebrated as an artist, first of all, and as a photographer and one of the most important critics, historians, and theoreticians of …

ARTFORUM SUBSCRIBERS have full access to this issue. If you are a subscriber, but haven't activated your online account log in below to activate your subscription online.

SUBSCRIBE NOW for immediate access to this issue and to our online archives, and receive the printed magazine for only $46 a year.* Plus, you'll receive a year of Bookforum, Artforum's award-winning book review, at no additional charge.**

Login to purchase online access to the January 2014 issue for $5.99 or order the print edition for $15.00.***

* This rate applies to domestic US subscriptions.

** Bookforum is included in individual domestic subscriptions only.

*** Price does not include shipping and handling fees.